Tiger Woods is 10-1 to win the FedEx Cup according to Golfodds.com. He’s not the favorite, but he’s pretty close.
Hunter Mahan won’t need a captain’s pick for the Ryder Cup. He played his way onto the U.S. team with a victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Meanwhile, Tiger Woods finishes his worst ever, and Phil Mickelson misses a chance to take over world No. 1.
It has taken some time, but finally someone has made themselves “the man” to beat this summer.
Ernie Els looked like he was on to something with a 6-under 64 in Saturday’s third round of the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.
As golf prepares for the season’s final major, Golfweek ponders a foursome of lingering questions. No. 1: Will Tiger Woods be a dominant golfer again?
This 489-yard, par-4 is the most confusing on the Straits Course.
A trip to Whistling Straits will cap off what has been quite possibly golf’s best year for major championship venues. As Jeff Rude writes, it is a course that tests your entire arsenal.
squanders opportunity Gather around the water cooler and join in the debate. It sure didn’t look like Tiger Woods, who finished T-78 at 18 over – good enough to beat one player (Henrik Stenson) in the limited-field WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Jhonattan Vegas rallied from six strokes down by shooting a 7-under 64 in the final round to win Wichita Open on Sunday.
Hunter Mahan won his third PGA Tour title Sunday, closing with 64 to capture the Bridgestone Invitational, his second victory of 2010.
David Frost shot an 11-under 61 on Sunday and the way to a record-setting victory at the 3M Championship.
Bill Lunde rallied with a 6-under 66 to finish at 17-under 271, topping J.J. Henry by one stroke to win the Turning Stone Resort Championship on Sunday.
Despite the highest score of his career, Tiger Woods will stay No. 1 in the world for another week.
Sophie Gustafson continued her winning streak in Ireland by claiming her fourth Ladies Irish Open title on Sunday at Killeen Castle. The Swede enhanced her prospects of returning to the course next September as part of Europe’s Solheim Cup team.
Sergio Garcia won’t have a tough choice between playing on the PGA Tour or the European Tour the final week of qualifying for the Ryder Cup team. He’s not playing either.
The U.S. Junior Ryder Cup team was finalized Saturday, with nine of the top 20 juniors in Golfweek’s rankings scheduled to make the trip to Scotland for the biannual event. Ryan Lavner reports.
Thai players continue their domination of the 2010 China LPGA Tour season. Ornthana Chuenarrom won the US$50,000 Grand Hill Challenge on Sunday, beating compatriot Patcharajutar Khongkraphan by two strokes.
Is there a 36-hole day in the works for Tiger Woods? Hard to say, but one thing seems for sure: He’s got a full workload on tap.
Angelo Que of the Philippines bested England’s Chris Rodgers in a playoff at the Selangor Masters for his third Asian Tour title.
Lucas Bjerregaard of Denmark protected his lead all day to win the European Amateur golf title on Saturday.
Tiger Woods finished with 77 on Sunday at the Bridgestone Invitational to complete the highest 72-hole score of his career.
After a summer of solid play, Richard Jung finally captured the elusive big junior win Friday at the Canadian Junior Boys Championship.
Europe captain Colin Montgomerie is considering handing a Ryder Cup wild card to Bernhard Langer, even though the German is now on the Champions Tour.
The golf world’s focus today will be in Akron, where players are fighting for a big trophy (and the world’s No. 1 player is fighting his swing). Those that love the underdog tale should keep at least one eye on the Nationwide Tour, though.