Will the arms race in baseball finally come to a breaking point? Will the NFL regain its mojo? What lies ahead in sports is not a sure bet. CNBC's Dominic Chu offers his insights.» Read More
NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice reveals that he invests his money "very wisely" in stocks and real estate, and shares his pick for mobile phones.
Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus told CNBC he's disappointed about the political divide in Washington.
World Golf Hall of Famer Jack Nicklaus remotely rings the NYSE's opening bell and discusses golf and increasing the public's interest in the sport.
Former President George W. Bush says golf is a good outlet for White House pressures and President Obama should not be criticized for playing golf.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo spoke with British Open champion Phil Mickelson about his controversial tax rate point of view.
Liberty National kicks off next week. PGA tour player Keegan Bradley speaks to CNBC's Tyler Mathisen about the PGA Championship, and advice for Tyler's swing.
Paul Fireman, Liberty National golf course co-owner, discusses the tee off of Barclays PGA tour, the outlook for retailers and where he sees the best global investment opportunities.
Dominic Chu, CNBC's newest markets reporter, is a golfer with an enviable seven handicap. He talks about his favorite links, fantasy round and whether he'll hit the greens with Squawk Box co-anchor, Joe Kernen.
The PGA Championship finished Sunday with Jason Dufner, pro golfer, winning his first major title. He joins to discuss 'Dufnering' and his championship.
Tiger Woods reportedly started noticing doors scraping the floors, and cracks in walls at his home in Jupiter Island, Florida. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
Belvedere is the official vodka of the PGA Tournament. Charles Gibb, president of Belvedere, provides insight into advertising and sponsorship.
Peter Bevacqua, CEO of the PGA of America, discusses the battle between Time Warner Cable and CBS, as well as efforts to get the tournament in front of as many people as possible. He also talks about the competitiveness of the tour.
British open champ Phil Mickelson said that new technology in his golf clubs helped him hit key shots in the final round of the major championship.
Phil Mickelson won the British open, but only gets 39 percent of the money after taxes. Mickelson has talked about leaving California to escape high income taxes. Mike Ozanian of Forbes, offers insight.
David Friedman, president of Wealth-X, talks about sports earnings after Phil Mickelson won the Golf British Open, but whose wealth remains $400 million below Tiger Wood's.
Rory Scott, U.K. public relations manager at Paddy Power, discusses betting odds on cricket and golf ahead of the week end's events as well as on the awaited royal baby.
NFL Hall of Famer Joe Theismann joins CNBC's Maria Bartiromo at the Century Celebrity Championship Golf Tournament. He weighs in on player safety and the markets. "I"m a lousy trader, but I have some really good investors to protect me," he said, adding that "78 percent of NFL players that leave the game within two years are usually financially destitute or bankrupt."
Jonathan Thomas, American Century CEO, discusses where he feels the economy is headed. He also explains where his company's profits go.
NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley sits down with CNBC's Maria Bartiromo at the Century Celebrity Championship Golf Tournament. "I probably wouldn't bet on myself winning, you got to know your limitations, one of the keys to being successful" Barkley on his odds in the tournament. He also weighs in on the George Zimmerman case.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin shares what he learned about the importance of training and investing while hitting a couple of golf balls at the Chelsea Piers driving range with golf pro Jeffrey Anderson and Ed Keon of Quantitative Management Associates.