Players worrying about keeping their card next year will have plenty of time to fret while the Tour’s stars are cashing in in Asia.
Hate To Be Rude: Disney makes dreams come true, and for a handful of golfers, this weekend will be more than just hitting greens. It will be about collecting some of it.
It comes as no surprise that Ariya Jutanugarn was named Rolex Junior Player of the Year. Julie Williams says she and sister Moriya bring a new level of competition to the junior golf circuit.
Cody Proveaux isn’t a prototypical AJGA All-American. He’s not a product of a golf academy; the nearest course is 25 miles from his home in Leesville, S.C.
For the four major champions at the Grand Slam of Golf, a tip of the cap to their supporting casts – especially their fathers – made for a family-friendly week in Bermuda. Jim McCabe
In some circles, Kent State might be considered one of those so-called “mid-major” schools, but after two victories this fall, Ron Balicki disagrees.
Asher Wildman doles out his weekly thumbs up and thumbs down awards.
Let’s make one thing clear before we start talking about the pressure surrounding the PGA Tour’s season finale at Walt Disney World.
Keegan Bradley held off a final-round charge from Charl Schwartzel to win the PGA Grand Slam on Wednesday.
Nearly 50 days after brain surgery, rehabbing J.B. Holmes marvels at his new titanium insert. Plus, check out our new instruction piece with Holmes, courtesy of our partners at ShotVision.
Webb Simpson has the PGA Tour money title on the line this weekend at Disney. And one of our expert fantasy panelists likes him to take home another title.
For the first time in eight years, Austin Peay has won back-to-back tournaments.
It's no secret why Luke Donald showed up at Disney for the PGA Tour finale, but the chase for the money title isn't the only story this week. Ryan Lavner has five things to watch.
A steady rain and falling temperatures kept golfers away from courses around Zanesville - which was a blessing in disguise, as 51 exotic beasts were on the loose.
The PGA Tour announced its 2012 schedule, which includes a few date changes, a couple of new sponsors and some venue changes.
Ariya Jutanugarn and Cody Proveaux have been selected as the AJGA's Rolex Junior Players of the Year after fast-paced summers that left their trophy shelves considerably more crowded.