Golfweek special report: Lance Ringler has seen first-hand the effects of the .500 rule, which has prompted teams to pull out of a tournament in fear of dipping below .500. The potential solution? A contract, and a steep fine to back out of a tournament.
Ken Green played his first Champions Tour event Friday since losing his lower right leg 10 months ago. After partnering with Mike Reid for a 67, Green thinks this comeback is for real. <strong>Jeff Rude</strong> reports.
Three years to the day after becoming the No. 1 player in the world, Lorena Ochoa walked away from the LPGA on Friday. As <strong>Beth Ann Baldry</strong> writes, the Mexican star is at peace with the decision to focus on her family.
International Presidents Cup captain Greg Norman, if he happens to be watching the Deutsche Bank Championship while out on the yacht today, at least has to be buoyed by two of his players showing some signs of life.