Ryo Ishikawa

5 Things: Ishikawa, Merrick 3 back of Scott at API

With Tiger Woods withdrawing Tuesday, Adam Scott was left as the headliner of this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational. Thursday, he didn't disappoint, shooting 10-under 62 to take a three-shot lead on Ryo Ishikawa and John Merrick.

Callaway adds Ishikawa to its tour staff

Japanese phenom Ryo Ishikawa has signed a multi-year contract with Callaway Golf.

Ishikawa takes special membership on PGA Tour

Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa has decided to take special temporary membership on the PGA Tour, which allows him to accept as many sponsor exemptions as he wants for the rest of the 2012 season.

Ishikawa earns status on anniversary of disaster

On the one-year anniversary of the devastating Japanese earthquake and tsunami, Ryo Ishikawa paid homage to his fellow countrymen by earning his PGA Tour card.

Maginnes on Tap: An opportunity for Ishikawa, Kim

Maginnes on Tap: Ryo Ishikawa and K.T. Kim started sluggishly at the Presidents Cup, but finished with a flourish, which should convince them they can compete with the best in the world.

Notes: Kim, Ishikawa prove to be quick studies

Presidents Cup notebook: K.T. Kim and Ryo Ishikawa started the tournament in rough fashion, but both earned two points over the final two sessions to show that they are quick studies.

Els' faith in Ishikawa pays off for Internationals

Despite two early losses, Ernie Els never went to captain Greg Norman to change partners, instead telling Norman that Ryo Ishikawa was "coming along." And that faith led to a 1-up win.

Ishikawa, Els an obvious pairing for Internationals

Ryo Ishikawa and Ernie Els make up one of the more lopsided Presidents Cup partnerships in terms of experience. Jeff Babineau explains why it was the obvious pairing.

Norman shrugs off Ishikawa's delay to Australia

The International Team began its first practice round in the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne Golf Club down a man as Ryo Ishikawa was delayed coming out of Japan and won’t get to Melbourne until Tuesday.

Horrible start: Ishikawa stumbles to 15-over 85

Ryo Ishikawa lost five balls in the water in his first nine holes Thursday and shot a 15-over 85, four shots worse than the next-highest morning score.

5 Things: Don't forget about Scott's stellar win

Lost in the Steve Williams circus Sunday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational was an incredible performance by Adam Scott. 5 Things to take away from the week that was . . .

Scott runs away with Bridgestone victory

Steve Williams is familiar with winning WGC titles, winning seven with Tiger Woods. He said that this week, with Adam Scott taming Firestone for a four-stroke win, was his greatest ever.

Ishikawa apologizes for license incident

Ryo Ishikawa departed for the U.S. Open on Friday after apologizing to fans and sponsors for driving with an international driver's license that wasn't valid in Japan.

Ishikawa earns spot in the U.S. Open

Ryo Ishikawa may have been disappointed with his playoff loss at the Japan Tour's Totoumi Hamamatsu Open, but the result came with one benefit: it got him into the U.S. Open.

Kobayashi tops Ishikawa for first JGTO triumph

Masanori Kobayashi birdied the second hole of a playoff with Ryo Ishikawa to claim the Totoumi Hamamatsu Open title in Japan.

Japanese players cope with homeland disaster

While Hunter Mahan leads the event, all eyes at Doral were on the three Japanese players struggling to put homeland tragedy out of mind.

Miyazato, Ishikawa vie for Japan’s fans in TV duel

Ishikawa and Miyazato often have expressed mutual admiration for each other, but this week such pleasantries might have to be set aside. They’re battling each other on that all-important front: TV ratings. Both are competing on home soil in televised contests that promise to wear out TV remote controls: Miyazato is the featured attraction in the Japan Women’s Open, while Ishikawa is the man who will add the fizz to the Coca-Cola Tokai Classic on the men’s tour.