No. 6 Sam Snead bracket seed Keegan Bradley takes on Jonas Blixt at 9:55 a.m. EST in the first round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play, with Bradley looking for his first win since the 2012 WGC-Bridgestone.
Golfweek Editor Jeff Babineau takes a few moments to take a trip down memory lane, with 2013 offering everything from a Rory walk-off to holding the Claret Jug to witnessing the 17th-hole streaker at the Presidents Cup.
Golfweek Senior Writer James Achenbach has seen his fair share of innovation in his career, but says 2013 showed him superior new golf clubs and balls are all around us. They exist to service the dreams and fantasies of golfers young and old.
While splitting time between the PGA and Web.com Tour, Russell Knox made a 165-spot jump in the rankings. He will have full status on the PGA Tour for the 2013-14 season after opening the season with four straight cuts made.
Tommy Fleetwood came into 2013 with a different approach that 2012 as a rookie. He earned his first victory on the European Tour at the Johnnie Walker Championship and that's he made a big move up in the rankings.
From Adam Scott's humility and style in winning the Masters to the off-the-course distraction of deer-antler spray to Mother Nature's effect on the world of golf, our Jim McCabe reflects on an incredible year in golf.
Henrik Stenson wrapped up the European Tour's 2013 season with a DP World Tour Championship win that made him the first to take the FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai titles in the same year. But that wasn't the only highlight for the tour.
The reason for Jonathan Byrd's unexpected fall in the rankings? He missed the first three months of 2013 after left wrist surgery, came back too soon, couldn’t practice as much, hit bad shots, lost confidence and put too much pressure on his putting.
Consistency was the hallmark of Jessica Korda’s third year on the LPGA. She hasn’t missed a cut since the 2012 Ricoh Women’s British Open and increased her number of top-25 finishes to 13 this season from five in 2012.
If you want to give him an “A” for effort and competitive intentions, so be it. But if Luke Guthrie's being honest, the one-time standout at Illinois will tell you that he’d love a mulligan on his early schedule.