Geoff Ogilvy

In-depth look at 10 past champs in U.S. Open field

Here is a closer look at the 10 past U.S. Open winners that have secured tee times for next week, while also looking at two players that are still active, but not participating in the year's second major, including Tiger Woods.

5 Things: Battles at top, on cut line of Players

From stars at the top such as Martin Kaymer and Jordan Spieth to stars at the bottom such as Adam Scott and Rory McIlroy, here are 5 Things to know from Friday’s second round.

Ogilvy heads into Players weekend in top 10

For Geoff Ogilvy's game, there’s light again. You can see it in his play and hear it in his words as he's in the top 10 midway through the Players Championship.

5 Things: Kaymer's record; Spieth's savvy; more

Partly because of soft, slow greens and partly because of light wind, the first round of the Players Championship will be remembered for low scoring, notably Martin Kaymer's record-tying 63. Here are 5 Things to know.

Cink, Ogilvy hunger for return among elite

With Earth's population in the billions, being ranked in the top 155 golfers isn't awful. But to former top-5 players Stewart Cink and Geoff Ogilvy, "No. 200 sounds pretty bad when you’ve been in the top 10,” as Cink put it.

5 Things: McIlroy, Woods find different agendas

Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Geoff Ogilvy have differing priorities this week at Doral during the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

Notebook: Perspective tempers Horschel's bad day

Billy Horschel might have shot 81 on Saturday, but the struggles of Tucker Anderson - son of his coach Todd Anderson - have the young up-and-comer realizing that life shouldn't be taken for granted.

5 Things: Thompson conquers PGA National for win

Michael Thompson bested a trying PGA National layout and a star-studded field to earn his first PGA Tour title at the Honda Classic. Here are 5 Things to take away from the tournament . . .

Thompson, Ogilvy earn last-minute invites to Doral

After the Official World Golf Ranking was updated with results from the Honda Classic, Michael Thompson and Geoff Ogilvy found out they will be making the drive from PGA National in West Palm Beach, Fla., to nearby Trump Doral in Miami for next week’s WGC-Cadillac Championship.

5 Things: Guthrie, Thompson tied for lead heading into Sunday

The Honda Classic began with the world’s top two players in the field. Its final pairing will feature two players chasing their first PGA Tour victory. Luke Guthrie and Michael Thompson are tied for first at 8-under 202, two shots ahead of a major champion (Geoff Ogilvy) and former World No. 1 (Lee Westwood).

Ogilvy battles wind for Aussie Masters lead

Geoff Ogilvy took a two-stroke lead Saturday in the Australian Masters, shooting an 8-under 63 on his boyhood course at Victoria Golf Club.

Ogilvy-Allenby spat looms at Aussie Masters

Geoff Ogilvy says it could be "quite interesting" if he's paired with Presidents Cup teammate Robert Allenby this week in the Australian Masters after their public spat last month.

Shoulder injury forces Ogilvy out of Quail Hollow

Geoff Ogilvy has withdrawn from the Wells Fargo Championship because of a sore left shoulder.

Seven tied for Texas Open lead in San Antonio

Seven players, including Geoff Ogilvy, are tied for the lead at the Valero Texas Open after a windy second round knocked much of the field off-course.

Notes: Ogilvy turns in another 3-under 69

Masters notes: Geoff Ogilvy turns another 69 to put himself in position to put pressure on leader Rory McIlroy.

Johnson, Ogilvy, Sabbatini pick up pace at Doral

The desire to finish a round the same day it started is extremely important – especially when sleep is involved.

2006: Ogilvy holds his own

Woods and Mickelson were the top cards, Ogilvy a warm-up act with plenty of potential.

2006: From out of nowhere

Overlooked and underappreciated, Geoff Ogilvy plays 129 holes, escapes a few certain defeats, beats four major champs, then calls it a week

2005: 28 earn British Open spots via international qualifying

Tom Pernice and Geoff Ogilvy led all qualifiers after shooting 10-under 134 at British Open International Final Qualifying June 27.

2003: Nationwide Tour - After further review, it’s Ogilvie

Joe Ogilvie survived a few tense moments and bumps along the way to victory March 2 in the Nationwide Tour’s season-opening Jacob’s Creek Open.