One element of the Champions Tour’s historic 20-year marketing extension with Charles Schwab & Co., sponsor of the season-ending Schwab Cup, is to add some spice to the end of the schedule with a couple of playoff events leading into the 30-man finale.
Blayne Barber and Nick Taylor were standouts in college, but it has taken them some time to reach the PGA Tour. Now, the Tour rookies, both teeing it up at this week's Sony Open, are getting a chance to see how they stack up against golf's best.
Most players at the top of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions leaderboard through two rounds had played Kapalua before. That is, except for Chesson Hadley, who is using the week to get himself "game ready."
Russell Henley's New Year's resolution was to become more consistent from tee to green. One round into his year, at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, it's so far, so good as Henley leads at 8-under 65 at Kapalua Resort's Plantation Course.
Matt Kuchar says he’s never been much of a goal-setter, but mainly, he’s driven by one idea when each new year rolls in: just find a way to get better and with a fast start each year, he has certainly done that.
The sons playing in this weekend's PNC Father/Son Challenge range from strong junior and amateur golfers to players who are relatively new to the game. Still, this "family major" is a highlight for the major-winning dads and their kids.
It's nearly 9,400 miles from Sydney, where Jordan Spieth won the Australian Open, to Orlando, Fla., where the 21-year-old is competing in this week's Hero World Challenge at Isleworth. Yet, Spieth appears to be as fresh as anyone in the field.
Ousted PGA of America president Ted Bishop spent Tuesday morning inside the studios of Golf Channel in Orlando trying to explain how two regretful messages expressed across two social-media platforms late last week have thrown his near four-decade career as a PGA professional into turmoil.
It took three weeks, but the PGA Tour got its first playoff of the new season at the McGladrey Classic, with Robert Streb prevailing over Brendon de Jonge on the second extra hole to win his first PGA Tour title.