With two rounds complete in Las Vegas, it's Andrew Putnam and Russell Knox tied atop the leaderboard at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Stewart Cink and Martin Laird sit atop the leaderboard through 18 holes of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, but it was Jarrod Lyle who stole the show at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas Thursday.
You can look at it in a number of ways and digest all the curiosities, but the bottom line to each is this: It’s the most unproductive start to a season that Phil Mickelson has had since he turned pro in mid-1992.
With Earth's population in the billions, being ranked in the top 155 golfers isn't awful. But to former top-5 players Stewart Cink and Geoff Ogilvy, "No. 200 sounds pretty bad when you’ve been in the top 10,” as Cink put it.
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.
Stewart Cink might have the first-round lead after carding an 8-under 64 on the easier of Torrey Pines' two courses Thursday, but a proper assessment can't be made until after two rounds are in the books at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Connor Cink remembers watching his dad, Stewart Cink, win the 2009 Open Championship. Four years later, the Cinks teamed up to win the 2013 Father/Son Challenge.
It seems that even the Claret Jug might need a bit of a break -- and maybe a polish or two -- after a trip around the globe.
It's been nearly four years since Stewart Cink won the 2009 Open Championship. But swing changes and all, the slumping Cink finds himself in contention after three rounds of the Humana Challenge.
Stewart Cink has a share of the lead. Rocco Mediate is gaining confidence. Arjun Atwal is just trying to make it to a weekend. On Thursday, all three showed signs of progress, says Jeff Babineau.
J.J. Henry and former British Open champion Stewart Cink are atop the Texas Open leaderboard after shooting 5-under 67s, but the spotlight belonged to Kevin Na during a historic meltdown on No. 9.
Halving the sixth with double bogeys, Stewart Cink and Ian Poulter proved just how wild the match play format can be Wednesday in Arizona.
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Lehman picked Stewart Cink and Scott Verplank.
Stewart Cink didn’t know what to do with himself at Harbour Town, and had only his stellar play to blame.