From Jim Furyk to Adam Scott to Tiger Woods to Steve Stricker, our panel of experts weighs in one last time for the 2013 season with predictions for the Tour Championship.
Nick Watney will be relying on the Tour Performance Collection at the Open Championship July 18-21.
A shank and an O.B. ball. We saw both of those on the back nine Saturday at the Wells Fargo Championship, and they came from the co-leaders. Nick Watney and Phil Mickelson are tied at 8-under 208 after the third round at Quail Hollow Club. Here are 5 Things you need to know from the third round.
Half of our panel agrees that there is a man to beat this week: Nick Watney. And after a T-4 and T-13 to start the season, there is little reason to disagree. Our predictions.
On a weekend that saw two players come to the 18th hole needing birdie to fire a 59 - golf's magic number - it was Nick Watney who did just enough on Sunday to walk away with the CIMB Classic title.
Nick Watney turned a two-shot deficit against Sergio Garcia into a three-shot lead in four holes and captured the opening playoff event for the FedEx Cup.
Nick Watney (pictured) and Webb Simpson, who are rooming together this week, will have plenty to talk about Friday night. The two are a combined 23 under after two rounds at the Wells Fargo.
In what is becoming a troubling trend for Tiger Woods, he missed a match-extending birdie putt so badly that it never even touched the hole, giving Nick Watney the win at Match Play.
Match Play notebook: Nick Watney was struggling entering the tournament, but you wouldn't have known that from his dismantling of Darren Clarke on Wednesday.
Fantasy Tip Sheet: Our panelists are a bit all over the place this week, but there is one guy that received a couple of votes: Nick Watney. Can he win at Torrey Pines again?
As the PGA Tour kicks off its 2012 season, our panel of experts says that Bubba Watson, Nick Watney and Steve Stricker could be good fantasy plays this week.
Nick Watney and Bill Haas simply halved the 12th hole in their match against Charl Schwartzel and Geoff Ogilvy, but it felt like a win. On Thursday, the 12th was America's best friend.
Nick Watney's AT&T win was a product of straight driving and clutch putting. Could those lead to a British Open title?
Nick Watney capped off an amazing weekend at Aronimink to win the AT&T National on Sunday, moving him to No. 10 in the world and atop the PGA Tour money list for the first time in his career.
American Nick Watney wins his fourth career PGA Tour title - and second this season - after Rickie Fowler falls off the leaderboard and K.J. Choi picks up a late double bogey at the AT&T National.
Nick Watney entered the Masters as a favorite, but will enter the final round near the bottom of the leaderboard. Jim McCabe has the details, plus other notes from Saturday at Augusta.
With help from caddie Chad Reynolds, Nick Watney has made his wedges his friends. As Jim McCabe writes, it’s paying off in a big way.
After blowing a 3-shot lead at last year's PGA Championship, Nick Watney held off Dustin Johnson to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship Sunday.
Yawners out ahead, routs coming in from behind. Corporate chalets were jammed packed with folks who had plenty to drink and much to eat, but very little competitive golf to watch.