World No. 1 Rory McIlroy and Jim Furyk are among our experts' favorites for The Barclays this week on PGA Tour -- see who else our senior writers expect to contend in this week's FedEx Cup playoffs opener.
The answer to, "Who can stop Rory McIlroy?" could emerge during Saturday's third round of the PGA Championship -- with Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler and Jason Day capable. Follow the highlights here!
Jim Furyk has re-established himself as a consistent contender this season, and now after Thursday's 66 in the first round of the PGA Championship, the 44-year-old is once again in the mix at Valhalla.
Tiger Woods' shorter swing is apparently a conscious choice after back surgery -- “I can’t turn that far,” Woods said before the WGC Bridgestone Invitational -- and it means longer odds on a playoff window.
Jim Furyk's runner-up finish Sunday at the RBC Canadian Open helped him secure an already solid standing in the U.S. team's Ryder Cup points, while Graeme McDowell inched closer to a European team nod.
Tim Clark's 65 Sunday gave the South African a win at the RBC Canadian Open, his first on PGA Tour since the 2010, as Jim Furyk's run of strong finishes continued despite a closing 69.
One day after matching the Royal Montreal Golf Club course record, Jim Furyk played bogey-free and carded a 5-under 65 to claim a three-stroke lead over Tim Clark heading into the final round of the RBC Canadian Open.
Jim Furyk tied the course record with a 7-under 63 to vault into a tie for the RBC Canadian lead with Tim Petrovic at 10 under.
At the British Open, Rickie Fowler was thinking of Gleneagles and the fact he rose from seventh to third in Ryder Cup points -- pretty much securing a spot on the U.S. roster.
Rory McIlroy sealed his British Open championship not with thunderous drives that had put him in commanding position, but with deft precision in short-game prowess at the final two holes.
Jim Furyk fired a 1-under 71 on Friday at Royal Liverpool, showing the growth that the 44-year-old has made playing links golf over the course of his career.
A break in Utah and Paris in recent weeks with his wife and kids seems to suit Jim Furyk, judging by his first-round 68 at the 2014 British Open.
While the 2006 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool might be best remembered for Tiger Woods' dominating performance en route to his third Claret Jug, Jim Furyk's caddie, Mike Cowan recalls another special memory – Furyk's putt from a bunker that led to an up-and-down par.
When Jim Furyk's U.S. Open week ends Sunday, caddie Mike "Fluff" Cowan will hang around Pinehurst and loop for Lydia Ko, adjusting to women's yardages while lending his knowledge of the No. 2 course.
The riddle of Pinehurst is reflected in our senior staff's expert picks -- which range from young up-and-comers to players at their peak including Adam Scott and Bubba Watson to wiley veterans. See all their picks and reasoning right here.
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.
Jim Furyk tops our senior writers' predictions for the PGA Tour's 2014 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial this week in Fort Worth, Texas. See the rest of the picks here.
On the verge of taking over the World No. 1 ranking, Adam Scott has committed to playing next week's Crowne Plaza Invitational, the PGA Tour announced Thursday.
Martin Kaymer's victory at the Players Championship moved him into position to make the European Ryder Cup team.
"The last few holes, it was not about how good I play or how bad I play, it’s about how much you want to win," Martin Kaymer said after closing out his Players Championship win.
Jim Furyk yuks it up with partner Brandt Snedeker after their 1-up victory.
Jim Furyk took the Tour Championship lead behind a 6-under 64 on Friday.