Camilo Villegas

Notes: Strong Barclays field; Villegas' path; more

Thirty-eight of the world’s top 50 and 69 of the top 100 will tee it up at The Barclays on PGA Tour, while Camilo Villegas' path to the FedEx Cup was a rare one; plus more PGA Tour news.

Villegas wins Wyndham Championship

Camilo Villegas' 7-under 63 on Sunday enabled him to win the Wyndham Championship -- his first PGA Tour win in four years -- as a handful of players around the FedEx Cup points bubble secured playoff spots.

5 Things: Villegas leads; Team Reed's return; more

Camilo Villegas took the first round lead at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, N.C., Ryder Cup hopeful Webb Simpson is a shot back along with William McGirt, and Patrick Reed's wife Justine made her competitive return as her husband's caddie.

5 Things: Johnson, Villegas fire 64s at John Deere

Zach Johnson and Camilo Villegas got off to hot starts at the John Deere Classic on Thursday, posting 7-under 64s to share the 18-hole lead at TPC Deere Run.

5 Things: Villegas makes statement with 64

Camilo Villegas may not have full status on the PGA Tour, but he holds the first-round lead at the Honda Classic. Villegas shot 64 Thursday at PGA National’s Champion Course. 5 Things to know after Thursday's first round.

5 Things: Villegas trying to retain Tour card at Disney

Here are 5 Things you need to know as players scramble to earn one last paycheck at the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic before the year comes to a close.

Toms, Villegas lead low scores at Humana

David Toms and Camilo Villegas used a nice winter break to get some rest, and it paid immediate dividends on Thursday, as they both shot 63 to lead the PGA Tour's Humana Challenge.

5 Things: Villegas starts fast at Humana

5 Things: Camilo Villegas started 2012 in much-improved fashion, jumping into a share of the Humana Challenge lead and potentially the momentum necessary to pick up a Masters invite.

Number-crunching 2011: Tringale up, Villegas down

On Day 3 of our annual number-crunching series, where we break down who has risen and fallen in our Golfweek/Sagarin rankings, Cameron Tringale rose mightily, while Camilo Villegas fell backward.

5 Things: Tour in a post-Masters haze

Certainly, if baseball has the dog days of August, that time of year when a long season has worn on some players and teams, and focus is less than sharp, we are at that point in the PGA Tour schedule.

Viewer who reported Villegas penalty meant well

Dave Andrews says he is not a snitch. He’s not an expert on the rules of golf, either

Villegas DQ’d in Hawaii for rules violation

Camilo Villegas has been disqualified at Kapalua after a television viewer notified PGA Tour officials of a rules violation Thursday night.

Villegas goes nude for ESPN The Magazine

Camilo Villegas went nude for ESPN The Magazine’s “Body Issue,” which hits newsstands this week. Villegas is featured in the magazine in his famous “Spiderman” pose as he lines up a putt.

Lawsuits filed over TMAG-Villegas deal

TaylorMade-Adidas Golf’s freshly inked endorsement deal with Camilo Villegas isn’t scheduled to take effect until 2011, but it’s already causing a legal ruckus. Gene Yasuda reports.

Latin pipeline needs to be tapped

The Villegas brothers are proof of the success that Latin American golfers can achieve. But there is still more we can do to help, writes Sean Martin.

Camilo’s brother is pretty good, too

Last week was an important one for the Villegas brothers, and not just because of Camilo’s dominating victory at the Honda Classic.

Villegas wins Honda Classic in runaway

Let the party continue in Colombia. The same week Camilo Villegas flew home to help kick off his country’s first Nationwide Tour event, he ran away from the field at PGA National to win his third PGA Tour title.

Villegas helps Colombia refine its image

Camilo Villegas is not playing in the first PGA Tour-sanctioned event in his native Colombia, but he will have a busy week nonetheless.