A large cast of characters came from around the globe for the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions, and in the end, it was a David and Goliath struggle.
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.
Sometimes a win on the PGA Tour means heartbreak for someone else. That was the case in St. Simons Island, Ga., on Sunday, when Chris Kirk survived for a win.
Here is a closer look at the International squad for the 2013 Presidents Cup, which will take place Oct. 3-6 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.
Tim Clark is waiting for the PGA Tour to announce its position regarding the application of Rule 14-1b. But he's already explored legal options if the decision isn't favorable to players like him who practice anchoring.
Tim Clark broke his monthslong silence on the proposed ban on anchoring and shed light on the presentation he gave at a PGA Tour players' meeting Jan. 21 to preserve the stroke.
In the agony of defeat, two players stepped up after the Travelers Championship and accepted the blame.
Tim Clark, who underwent surgery in August to repair a torn tendon in his right elbow, says he knows his rusty game isn’t quite Tour-ready, but he’s eager to tee it up in competition and assess exactly where he is in terms of strength.
Tim Clark would rather be playing in the Presidents Cup, but he's OK with his assistant captaincy.
Tim Clark, who has not been able to compete most of the year because of an injured left elbow, agreed Tuesday to be an assistant captain under Greg Norman when the Presidents Cup is played Nov. 17-20 in Australia.
Tim Clark has withdrawn from the U.S. Open with an injury to his left elbow that keeps bothering the South African.
Frustrated as he was to have been forced to withdraw from his title defense of The Players Championship, Tim Clark had no regrets.
Tim Clark has withdrawn from the Match Play Championship because of an elbow injury and been replaced in the 64-man field by J.B. Holmes.