Rory McIlroy is No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings, but as the playoffs begin the man in that position has only prevailed twice -- and defending champion Henrik Stenson is working against history as well.
Tiger Woods has dropped out of the top 10 in the OWGR after missing the cut at the PGA Championship, while Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler made gains.
Henrik Stenson made a good run at the 96th PGA Championship at Valhalla, but one 3-foot putt late on Sunday gave away one stroke he couldn’t afford to lose.
Rory McIlroy lost the PGA Championship lead for some time Sunday, but fought back past Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler and Henrik Stenson to win at Valhalla for his second straight major title.
Rory McIlroy used a back-nine, 3-under 33 to post a 4-under 67 and stay atop a tight PGA Championship leaderboard that features the likes of Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson, Jason Day and Henrik Stenson.
Lee Westwood, Kevin Chappell and Ryan Palmer share the lead after 18 holes at the PGA Championship, while stars Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods head in opposite directions on Thursday.
In what looks a lot like the recent Open Championship leaderboard, Sergio Garcia will be in the driver's seat and try to hold off Rory McIlroy on Sunday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
With just 45 points in his five tournaments, Woods is No. 215 in the FedEx Cup standings, but he's not yet out of the playoffs.
Henrik Stenson, the dryly humorous Swede, would be a great player to have as a next-door neighbor, writes Jeff Rude -- especially after his wit shined Wednesday at Hoylake.
Henrik Stenson’s success in the later half of the 2013 season, when he swept the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup and the European Tour's Race To Dubai, is something that Ian Poulter would love to duplicate.
Chasing his second major title, Martin Kaymer starts Sunday at the U.S. Open in control of his destiny at Pinehurst -- while Erik Compton, Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson give chase. Follow the highlights right here!
If asked to identify the U.S. Open quote of the week so far, your correspondent would look no further than Henrik Stenson's quip about the fifth green at Pinehurst No. 2 after an opening 69.
It was supposed to be the Henrik Stenson show, but Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee crashed the World No. 2's party. The 44-year-old took the title in a playoff over Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher and Victor Dubuisson of France.
Second-ranked Henrik Stenson shot an 8-under 64 to share the third-round lead with England's Eddie Pepperell at the Nordea Masters on Saturday.
Henrik Stenson chased World No. 1 Adam Scott to no avail, but passed Tiger Woods in the OWGR for the No. 2 spot -- while Rory McIlroy's win at the BMW PGA Championship lifted him four spots to No. 6.
Hideki Matsuyama, David Toms, Chad Campbell and Chris Stroud are all at 7 under after 54 holes, but will need to hold off the likes of Jason Dufner, Adam Scott, Jordan Spieth and Jimmy Walker on Sunday in Fort Worth, Texas.
Henrik Stenson is in contention at the BMW PGA Championship, and a solid finish could land him a big prize: the world's top-ranked golfer.
The Volvo China Open was the second leg of a three-tournament stint for the European Tour in the Far East. Here are 5 Things you need to know about Alexander Levy's win.
Henrik Stenson was a bundle of laughs on Tuesday at Augusta National, but knows that it will take a serious putting display to secure Sweden's first male major championship.
Adam Scott and Henrik Stenson don't even need to win the Masters to have a chance to supplant Tiger Woods as World No. 1, while Jason Day would take the top spot if he were to slip on the green jacket come Sunday at Augusta National.
David Dusek talks about the golf equipment Henrik Stenson used to win the 2013 Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.
Our David Dusek breaks down Henrik Stenson's winning equipment from the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Henrik Stenson, who is in the clubhouse at 2 under, talks with the media after his second round of the 2013 Open Championship at Muirfield.