Check out images from our Tracy Wilcox, who chronicled the final day at the NCAA Men's Championship.
You couldn't have drawn Sunday's finale at the NCAA Championship - where Dylan Frittelli drained a 30-footer for birdie to lead Texas to the title - any better, even if you were a Hollywood screenwriter, says Ron Balicki.
5 Things: Tiger Woods showed his old flair for the dramatic on Sunday, overcoming a three-shot deficit on the back nine to win the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village.
First, it was Bobby Wyatt. Then, Jordan Spieth. Finally, Dylan Frittelli put an exclamation point on a day that won't soon be forgotten, says Lance Ringler.
Stacy Lewis won the ShopRite LPGA Classic in runaway fashion on Sunday, securing her second victory in three events and is now the highest-ranked American on the LPGA tour.
Dylan Frittelli makes a birdie on the 18th hole to help the Texas Longhorns win their first national title since 1972. See how it happened with our running blog!
Jay Haas finished with a 16-under 197 total to win the tournament by five strokes, becoming the first golfer to win the Champions Tour event in Iowa three times.
James Hahn earned his first Nationwide Tour victory Sunday by beating Scott Parel on the second hole of a playoff at the Rex Hospital Open.
Tiger Woods fired a 5-under 67 on Sunday and held off Rory Sabbatini to win his fifth Memorial title and 73rd title overall - tying Jack Nicklaus for second on the all-time list. See how it happened . . .
Mark Steinberg, the longtime agent for Tiger Woods, was arrested late Saturday in Ardsley, N.Y., on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Five Things: With Ross Fisher's one-stroke penalty during the final round of the Wales Open, it looks like the authorities are clamping down on slow play. Alistair Tait.
Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee survived a poor start to win the Wales Open by 1 stroke on Sunday, with a final round 1-over 72 in wet conditions.
Alabama's Justin Thomas was one of five golfers to win the Jack Nicklaus Award for the nation's top golfer.
Liberty may have missed making the match-play portion of the NCAA Championship by one shot, but the Flames are ambitious and look forward to success in the future. Lance Ringler.
Paul Goydos withdraws from U.S. Open sectional qualifier due to continued problems with his injured left wrist.