Rookie Jason Kokrak earned his first career Nationwide Victory on Sunday, making the most of being the last player to get into the Albertsons Boise Open.
Julie Williams: Eighteen conferences are on the ground at Red Sky Golf Club for the Golfweek Conference Challenge. Demi Runas and UC Davis are a good bet for the title after a season-opening win last week.
Paul Simson, 60, is proving that age is nothing but a number, as he moved onto match-play at the weather-plagued U.S. Mid-Am on Sunday.
Tiger Woods was among the winners after the BMW Championship, even though he didn't play. Woods slipped to No. 49 in the world ranking Sunday, meaning he will be eligible for the Chevron World Challenge, the tournament he hosts in Southern California in December.
Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples faces a tough decision for wild-card picks. Is it Keegan Bradley's to lose?
Justin Rose chipped in for birdie on the 17th hole and hung on to win the BMW Championship on Sunday. Rose closed with an even-par 71 at Cog Hill for a two-shot victory and is headed to the Tour Championship with a shot at the $10 million FedEx Cup prize.
Not only did Navistar benefit from 16-year-old Lexi Thompson's historic win on Sunday, but the LPGA now has a much-needed big story on its hands.
Justin Rose extended his lead to five strokes at one point on Sunday, but had to hold on for dear life on the back nine to capture the BMW Championship on Sunday. Our 5 Things . . .
The U.S. put the finishing touches on its domination of the 25th PGA Cup, remaining undefeated on American soil with a 17.5-8.5 win Sunday at CordeValle in California.
Stanford picked up its first men's team title since February 2010 with a blowout victory in Illinois, while Cardinal standout freshman Patrick Rodgers was the medalist in his first collegiate start.
At 16, Lexi Thompson has become the youngest player to win an LPGA Tour event. The Floridian closed with a 2-under 70 on Sunday to win by five strokes at the Navistar LPGA Classic.
Jay Don Blake beat fellow American John Cook on the fifth playoff hole at the Songdo IBD Championship Sunday for his first Champions Tour victory.
Plenty of players are competing for the final spots on the Int'l Presidents Cup team. Who's looking good?
Britain & Ireland held off a strong effort from Continental Europe in singles to retain the Vivendi Seve Trophy 15½ to 12½.