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.
The superstar grouping of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott didn't disappoint on Saturday. Neither did Sergio Garcia, as he leads by one over Robert Castro and Henrik Stenson. Check out today's action right here.
For the second time in 2013, the Rory & Tiger Show were in full effect - this time with different storylines for each player. Tiger finished at 6 under and a share for the lead, while Rory finished the day at 1 over par. See how it happened with the Tracker.
South African Michiel Bothma had earned victory on his native Sunshine Tour, but for five seasons he had toiled on the Challenge Tour without similar success. On Sunday, that drought finally came to an end.
It's as if the Sunshine Big Easy Tour was created just for Bryce Easton. The developmental tour, named after Ernie Els, was created to help more professionals in South Africa gain competitive experience and sharpen their skills.
Youngster Kiradech Aphibarnrat picked up his first Asian Tour victory, outlasting Siddikur of Bangladesh with a clutch putt on No. 18 to win by one stroke at the SAIL Open on Friday at the Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi.
A few years ago, Andre Stolz didn't know if he'd ever swing a golf club again. On Sunday, Stolz picked up a riveting victory by firing a 4-under 68 to outlast overnight-leader Rory Hie by a stroke to win the $1 million Indonesia PGA Championship at the Imperial Klub Golf in Jakarta.
PGA Tour winner Brett Wetterich won the Nationwide Tour's Louisiana Open for the second time, closing with a 2-under 69 on Sunday for a one-stroke victory over University of Florida senior Andres Echavarria.
For four and a half years, American Cody Slover has been waiting for a professional victory. The long wait ended suddenly when his 20-foot putt on the 72nd hole dropped for an eagle, giving him a one-stroke victory at the Pacific Colombia Tour presented by Helm Barranquilla Open Sunday afternoon.
From two meters off the green, JG Claassen struck his putt on the 16th hole of Windhoek Country Club. When it went in, it provided the decisive blow that yielded Claassen a victory at the MTC Namibia PGA Championship.
The show will go on for the Japan Golf Tour next month despite last week's devastating earthquake. That's the plan, anyway. A senior tour official told Reuters that the Japanese men's tour will open the season on schedule April 14 at the Token Cup in Nagoya.
Nick Watney didn't let this one slip away. Two years removed from a heartbreaking loss at Doral, Watney birdied the tough No. 18 at Doral to help him win the Cadillac Championship on Sunday, picking up a World Golf Championship title in the process.
Hyo-joo Kim, Ji-hee Kim and In-gee Chun led Korea to its fifth consecutive victory at the Queen Sirikit Cup in the 33rd edition of the 14-nation Asia Pacific Women's Amateur Team Championship in Delhi.
Luke Donald captured his first World Golf Championships title Sunday at the Match Play, but something more significant transpired in the Arizona desert. For the first time in nearly two decades, Europeans will occupy the top four spots when the new world rankings are released Monday, including new No. 1 Martin Kaymer.
The WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship is the most individual of PGA Tour pursuits, but it sure feels like it’s the U.S. PGA Tour versus the European Tour this week in the Arizona desert. Isn’t it imperative – if only for the health of pro golf – that they are all in this together?
The World Golf Championships are more worldly than ever, as 15 countries are represented in this week's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. Indeed, a rivalry is taking shape – not between two players, but two continents.
North Africa’s recent unrest hasn’t changed a U.S. mini-tour’s plans to host two events in the region. In light of massive political protests in Egypt and Tunisia, the eGolf Professional Tour still plans to visit Morocco for the Samanah Classic on March 6-9 in Marrakech and the El Jadida Classic on March 12-15 in El Jadida.
Tournaments this week: BMW Championship (U.S. PGA), KLM Open (European), NW Arkansas Championship (LPGA), Handa Singapore Classic (Asian), Hyundai Capital Invitational (Korea vs. Japan), Konica Minolta Cup (Japan LPGA).
Tournaments this week: Ryder Cup qualifying at Johnnie Walker Championship (Euro Tour), The Barclays (U.S. PGA playoffs), Vana H Cup (Japan Tour), Thailand Open (OneAsia), U.S. Amateur and CN Canadian Open (LPGA).