Ryan Lavner: Survive and advance? Not for Tiger Woods, who's 2 under going into the weekend at TPC Sawgrass.
While Matt Kuchar's solid play put him in a share of the lead at The Players, playing competitors Keegan Bradley and Webb Simpson were swirling storms around Kuchar’s serenity. Jim McCabe
LSU's Austin Ernst is in position to earn a regional crown to match last year's NCAA Championship hardware. Her team is in position to take home the West Regional title, too.
South Carolina's Katie Burnett last won an individual title at the 2010 East Regional. She's more than due for another as her team leads the pack in State College, Pa.
Lisa McCloskey and USC extended their Central Regional lead on Friday by 11 shots. The team is chasing its eighth regional win in program history.
Zach Johnson, Matt Kuchar and Kevin Na share the lead going into the weekend at The Players Championship.
Campbell senior Michelle Koh filled an important role for the Camels on Friday at the NCAA East Regional with a 3-under 69. It's all part of veteran coach John Crooks' plan for a national-championship bid.
Oliver Wilson of England shot a 7-under 65 Friday to take a one-stroke lead after two rounds of the Madeira Islands Open.
At 5 under, Ben Curtis may be in contention at The Players, but he fails to garner the media attention of "personalities" like Rory McIlroy. Jim McCabe
Rory McIlroy, a victim of TPC Sawgrass' visual trickery, misses his first cut in more than a year at the Players Championship. Sean Martin
Players Championship notebook: Brian Harman will be playing the weekend at the Players, while a familiar weekend warrior, Steve Stricker, will not.
James Dodson insists we not forget three legends – Byron Nelson, Sam Snead and Ben Hogan – who all were born in 1912 and set the stage for Arnold Palmer’s generation and those who followed.
Peter Alliss has enjoyed a long, fruitful career in golf because he hasn’t taken the game too seriously. That trait shines through in his commentary.
At 5,800 yards from the back tees, par-70 Aiken Golf Club might seem an anachronism. But golf in its traditional form has a long shelf life. Bradley Klein explains.
Byron Nelson attended his final HP Byron Nelson Championship in 2006, passing away that September. Six years later, the event will try to bring the memory of Nelson front and center with its first ever Argyle Saturday on May 19.
Thank your greenkeeper, because without greenkeepers there's no golf.