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Golfweek PostGame: Martin takes Vegas

Ben Martin played his final four holes in 4 under -- birdie, eagle, par, birdie -- for a 3-under 68 that turned his 56th PGA Tour start into his first victory ... that and much more in Golfweek PostGame.

Bob May keeps PGA Tour dreams alive in Vegas

Years after playing with Billy Horschel PGA Tour Q-School, Bob May hopes to make it back to the Tour one day.

Horschel stays committed to Hoffman's pro-am event

Billy Horschel could have used every excuse in the book: tired from his run to the FedEx Cup title or needing more time at home with his newborn. But the Florida product refused to do that to Charley Hoffman and his pro-am event in Las Vegas.

Curran finally joins best friend Bradley on Tour

Through state championships and tragic deaths, Jon Curran and Keegan Bradley have remained the closest of friends. In 2014-15, Curran will finally join his roommate on the PGA Tour.

Bikinis and birdies? Only in Vegas

Swimming pools – six of them – are going to offer spectators the chance to cool off from the desert heat while watching the action at the 16th green, 17th tee and 18th hole at TPC Summerlin for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open this week.

Golfweek PostGame: Bae claims Frys.com

Winning isn’t easy. Sang-Moon Bae knows after closing with 73 at the Frys.com Open to claim his second PGA Tour victory. As the 2014-15 season begins, here's the debut edition of Golfweek PostGame.

Removed from golf, Mallon returns to Pinehurst

After a successful golf career at Duke and a stint on the PGA Tour, Bill Mallon's professional work as a doctor brings him back to his beloved Pinehurst.

Right or wrong, Mickelson forces Ryder changes

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson issued a statement Oct. 4, dealing with recent reports of an emotional team-room scene at Gleneagles and taking responsibility for his team's issues.

The Dunhill provides pro-am fix; Ryder Cup notes

The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship offers pairs some of the world's top golfers with notable celebrities at St. Andrews, Ryder Cup notes and more.

McDowell, Rose lead Euros' Ryder Cup grades

In their 16.5-11.5 win over the U.S. in the 2014 Ryder Cup, the European players earned varying grades for their performances. Check out our senior writers' assessments.

Reed leads U.S. grades for Ryder Cup

In their 16.5-11.5 loss to Europe in the 2014 Ryder Cup, the U.S. players earned varying grades for their performances. Check out our senior writers' assessments.

Ryder Cup predictions, Sunday's singles matches

Our senior writers take a look at Sunday's Ryder Cup singles matches, making their predictions as the action is set to conclude at Gleneagles.

Hindsight is 20/20 on Tom Watson's picks

U.S. captain Tom Watson made surprising moves on Saturday at the 2014 Ryder Cup, including sitting Phil Mickelson for both matches.

Watson left with 12th-man decision for Sunday

United States captain Tom Watson faces a tough decision in determining with American will play 12th in Sunday's singles matches at the Ryder Cup.

Mickelson gets day off Saturday at Ryder Cup

For the first time in Phil Mickelson's Ryder Cup career, he will not partake in any action on Saturday, as captain Tom Watson stuck with a pair of hot hands in afternoon foursomes.

Ryder Cup predictions, Saturday morning four-balls

Our senior writers take a look at Saturday morning's Ryder Cup four-ball matches, making their predictions as the action continues at Gleneagles.

Rose and Stenson make steady team for Europe

Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson teamed up to create a strong force for Europe at the 2014 Ryder Cup, winning two points Friday.

U.S. rookies trust Watson's selections

Ryder Cup rookies Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth were initially disappointed by being left out of Friday's afternoon foursomes, but trust captain Tom Watson's picks.

Notes: Four-balls first; slow greens; more

Ryder Cup play began with four-balls Friday, as Seve Ballesteros initiated in '97; slow greens have been a factor already; plus more news and notes from Gleneagles.

Ryder Cup pairings for Friday four-ball matches

U.S. captain Tom Watson and European captain Paul McGinley revealed their pairings for Friday's morning matches at the 2014 Ryder Cup.