Kevin Na

Golfweek PostGame: Moore repeats at CIMB Classic

Ryan Moore became the first to defend a title on the PGA Tour since Tiger Woods in 2013 with a win at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia ... that and much more in Golfweek PostGame.

Tee times: CIMB Classic, final round

Co-leaders Kevin Na and Ryan Moore will play with World No. 4 Sergio Garcia Sunday in the final round of the CIMB Classic.

5 Things: Moore, Na share CIMB Classic lead

Defending champion Ryan Moore is in a familiar position at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia. After three rounds, Moore has a share of the lead with Kevin Na.

5 Things: Matsuyama perseveres; Watson wanes; more

Hideki Matsuyama shared or traded the lead Sunday several times with Bubba Watson before defeating Kevin Na in a playoff at the Memorial Tournament for his first PGA Tour win.

Na picks up pace, yet reputation remains

Kevin Na, who became golf's poster boy for slow play at the 2012 Players Championship and was put on the clock at last week's Valspar Championship, enjoyed a lighthearted poke at the topic from Sunday's gallery at Bay Hill.

5 Things: Senden survives; Copperhead strikes; more

Nearly eight years removed from his other PGA Tour win, John Senden endured a roller-coaster back nine Sunday at Innisbrook's Copperhead Course to hold off Kevin Na by a shot and win the 2014 Valspar Championship on PGA Tour.

Rude: Slow-play controversy surrounds Na again

While Robert Garrigus' caddie insists the slow play of Kevin Na got his player out of rhythm, Garrigus aid Saturday that Na had gotten a lot better, even after both players were put on the clock at the Valspar Championship.

Valspar Championship: Tee times, final round

Here are the tee times and pairings for the third round of the Valspar Championship Sunday at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, Fla.

5 Things: Garrigus fires 66, takes lead at Valspar

Cool temperatures and windy conditions again made scoring difficult early Friday at the Valspar Championship. But things heated up in the afternoon, including Robert Garrigus, who shot 5-under 66 to take a three-shot lead.

TV notes: Media quick to defend Na's slow play

TV anchors defended Kevin Na at Sawgrass, but his slow play should have been addressed long ago.

Na is slow, but Sawgrass hecklers took it too far

Kevin Na is slow. He knows it. The golfing world knows it. But it doesn't excuse the heckling that Na received on Sunday at Sawgrass. That was just embarrassing, says our Ryan Lavner.

Na battling a case of the waggles at Sawgrass

Kevin Na admits he has a hard time pulling the trigger, but also says it's not nearly as painful for viewers as it is for him. Jeff Rude explains.

Na leads Players by one; Fowler three back

Kevin Na rolled in a 15-foot birdie putt on the final hole Saturday for a 4-under 68 and a one-shot lead at The Players Championship.

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.

Na records PGA Tour-record 16 at Texas Open

Kevin Na will remember the ninth hole at the Texas Open for a long time. Na recorded a 16 there in the first round, the highest score on a par 4 in PGA Tour history.

Again in contention, Na waits for first win

His stats look like a grizzled veteran's, but Kevin Na is only 27. Sunday at Riviera, the question remains: Will this be his breakthrough week?

Na rebounds from wrong-ball scare with birdies

There was no reason to look at the ball when he got to the drop zone, but Kevin Na is glad he did. Had he not, the first round of the Tour Championship might have been a very costly day.

PGA Tour at a high risk for birdies

With the low scoring of late on the PGA Tour, rules officials should think about putting out an advisory like those issued by the Department of Homeland Security. The current threat advisory level definitely is orange: High risk of BIRDIES.

2006: Na dominates in PGA warmup

Local resident Kevin Na was planning to use the Mark Christopher Charity Classic only as a tune-up. Instead, he turned it into a victory celebration.