Lee Trevino still enjoys tweaking his swings and his club selection to display his shotmaking skills -- especially when he's about to compete alongside his son in the PNC Father/Son Challenge.
Can Jason Day's World Cup win -- a fitting end to his long victory drought, coming in his home country -- set up his first win in a major?
The sale of Edwin Watts Golf Shops LLC took an important step forward on Nov. 20, even if one of its potential buyers did not.
Tiger Woods' limited-field World Challenge event will move in 2014 from Thousand Oaks, Calif., to Windermere, Fla. – where the Tavistock Cup will cease to exist.
The only mistake Harris English made in Mexico occurred after his win when he accidentally hoisted the FedEx Cup Trophy; Robert Karlsson irons out his swing; plus more in senior writer Adam Schupak's six-pack of PGA Tour notes.
When the final stage of Champions Tour Q-School gets under way at TPC Scottsdale, some of the 78 pros in the field will be playing hooky from their day jobs.
Robert Karlsson continues to make birdies in bunches and pursue his first PGA Tour title. But he’s got company at the top of the leaderboard at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in the name of second-year pro Harris English.
Harris English torched El Camaleon Golf Club to the tune of a tournament-best 9-under 62 in the rain-delayed completion of the second round of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba on Saturday.
The sun hung around long enough for the first round of the OHL Classic to be completed Friday and for 29 players to finish the second. Robert Karlsson, who squeezed in 36 holes just before darkness, and Kevin Stadler, who managed 34 holes, share the lead at 12-under 130 at El Camaleon Golf Club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Here are 5 Things You Need to Know from Friday.
David Duval went back to a once trusty putter and poured in seven birdies to shoot an opening round 4-under 67 at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
Rain suspends the first round of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico as Brian Stuard leads; Alvaro Quiros and Erik Compton extend their comeback trails; plus more in 5 Things.
As the Space Coast tour relaunches and another established circuit expands into the Orlando area, mini-tours jostle for market share amid an age-old question: Can they all make it?
With the creation of PGA Tour China in 2014, the PGA Tour has incentivized players to compete in Canada, Latin America and now China with the carrot of earning Web.com Tour status.
The PGA Tour expanded its web of influence with the Nov. 3 announcement of its role in a new professional golf tour in China.
Hideki Matsuyama and Tianlang Guan have helped put the Asian Amateur on the map after making the cut at the Masters as a result of the automatic invitation, leaving Masters chairman Billy Payne mighty proud.
The U.S. continued its dominance of the Presidents Cup, winning for the eighth time since its inception in 1994. “Everyone that I've seen on their team has played really beautiful golf," Aussie Adam Scott said.
Chesson Hadley won the Web.com Tour Championship and John Peterson claimed the money title for the four-event Web.com Tour Finals, while others in the field faced dramatic finishes in Florida.
Scott Gardiner arrived at the Web.com Tour Championship knowing he had already regained his PGA Tour card for next season. After shooting a 5-under 65 to grab the 54-hole lead, Gardiner has a chance to end his three-year victory drought. Here are 5 Things you need to know.
The problem with the Web.com Tour Championship, with its $1 million purse, is it feels too much like another ho-hum event. Q-School, on the other hand, felt like life or death, says Adam Schupak.
The Web.com Tour Championship played at the Dye Course at TPC Sawgrass is where some dreams will come true and others go to die. Here are 5 Things to Know from the Web.com Tour finale.
Our Adam Schupak was on site as Sean Foley, Amy Alcott, Michael Thompson and Hunter Mahan offered tips, tricks and background in Israel.