More than two years removed from a brain tumor that threatened not only his golf career but life as he knew it, J.B. Holmes re-entered the PGA Tour winner's circle with a 1-shot win at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte.
A day after setting the course record at TPC Avondale, Zurich Classic of New Orleans leader Ben Martin shot 67 to maintain a healthy second-round margin as Keegan Bradley made a move. Here are 5 Things to know.
At Torrey Pines on Friday, the Farmers Insurance Open came into focus as young Jordan Spieth put on an absolute ball-striking clinic to take the lead while playing the North Course alongside Tiger Woods.
J.B. Holmes won't return to PGA Tour play this season in the wake of a broken ankle in March, he announced Tuesday morning on Twitter – saying he wants to be sure it's 100 percent. Fact is, he's recovered from worse.
J.B. Holmes, sidelined since brain surgery, told <em>Golfweek</em> on Tuesday that he plans to make his PGA Tour return at the Farmers Insurance Open Jan. 26-29 at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, Calif.
J.B. Holmes and Robert Allenby each shot 6-under 66 on Thursday to take the first-round lead at The Players. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson shot 70 and are four back after an ideal day for scoring at TPC Sawgrass.
Davis Love III – who needs a win in the next two weeks to qualify for the Masters – made a good start toward that goal Thursday at Bay Hill. Love posted a 6-under 66 for a share of the lead with J.B. Holmes.