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It's Martin Laird's neighborhood, and it could be his year
Martin Laird rode a hot putter to a 3-under 68 and a three-stroke lead over a trio of players heading into the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Jon Rahm in contention, showing shades of young Phil Mickelson
Jon Rahm is in contention entering the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, and will try to make history on Sunday.
Francesco Molinari's ace at 16: 'Something you don't see every day'
Francesco Molinari's hole-in-one at TPC Scottsdale's 16th was the shot heard round the course on Saturday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Hank Haney: No quick fix for Tiger Woods' chip yips
Tiger Woods' former coach Hank Haney made comments about Woods' recent struggles Saturday on his radio show, including saying that Woods has the chip yips among other holes in his game.
The high school Class of 2011, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger, are making a name for itself on the PGA Tour
The high school graduating Class of 2011 is having success on the PGA Tour. Believe it or not, that class includes Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger, all of whom are in contention at the Phoenix Open.
Arizona State junior Jon Rahm will play the weekend at the Phoenix Open after making the cut
Jon Rahm, an Arizona State junior, will play the weekend at the Waste Management Phoenix Open as he carded a 3-under 68 in the second round at TPC Scottsdale.
Tiger Woods shot an 82, his career-worst round during the Waste Management Phoenix Open second-round
Tiger Woods shot 11-over 82 at TPC Scottsdale in the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open. It was the highest round of his career, and he missed the 36-hole cut for just the 13th time worldwide.
Schupak: Tiger Woods' keys to making the cut in Phoenix
After a poor first round, Tiger Woods will need better performance off the tee and around the green to make the cut at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Ryan Palmer buys a round at No. 16; leads in Phoenix
Ryan Palmer, for one, hasn’t let the PGA Tour stop him from interracting with the crowd at the Waste Management Phoenix Open as he passed out $10 bills attached to golf balls for fans to buy beer.
Tiger Woods shoots 73 at the first round of the Phoenix Open as he struggled early and often at TPC Scottsdale
Tiger Woods managed to shoot a 2-over 73 in the first round of the Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale showing his game may need some time to be competitive-round ready.
Morgan Hoffmann sported an oversized orange hat on No. 16 in honor of his alma mater Oklahoma State Thursday during the first round of the Phoenix Open
Hats off to Morgan Hoffmann who won best prop at TPC Scottsdale’s 16th hole with an oversized orange Styrofoam hat in honor of his alma mater Oklahoma State.
Phil Mickelson rallies after early problems at Waste Management Phoenix Open
Phil Mickelson rallied from a sluggish start Thursday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open to shoot 2-under 69 at TPC Scottsdale.
Technically, Jordan Spieth is looking for his third consectuive title at the Phoenix Open this week in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Technically, Jordan Spieth is looking to win for a third consecutive win, but with all eyes on Tiger Woods this week at the Phoenix Open, even Spieth forgot about his winning streak.
Phil Mickelson, Keegan Bradley's bromance continues at Phoenix Open with a long drive competition on the 14th hole
The bromance between Ryder Cup partners Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley continued at the Waste Management Open pro-am Wednesday. Why? Read the full story:
Robert Allenby sticks to his story of what happened in Hawaii
Robert Allenby stuck to his story of what happened Jan. 16 in Honolulu when he spoke to the media Tuesday at TPC Scottsdale prior to the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Tiger Woods' Phoenix Open presser filled with tooth inquiries
Tiger Woods fielded several questions during his press conference Tuesday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, including a few about his missing tooth during a recent trip to Italy.
Severe drought could delay test event at Olympic Course in Brazil
A severe drought could further delay efforts to hold a mandatory test event at golf's Olympic Course in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
USGA to introduce Senior Women's Open, sources say
Golfweek has learned that the U.S. Golf Association soon will announce a new national championship, the U.S. Senior Women’s Open.
Growing popularity of indoor golf simulators good for the game
Golf simulators have come a long way, and the next step is expanding beyond those who can afford such a high-priced toy. As a new generation of lower-cost simulator devices become available, virtual golf could become a viable solution for golf’s future.
Cobra takes clubmaking to space, touts new Fly-Z+ driver
Cobra Golf touts a low center of gravity and adjustability with its Fly-Z+ driver.
G/Fore leaps into golf-lifestyle arena with introduction of apparel
G/Fore has taken the leap into men's clothing, and now is a full-fledged golf lifestyle brand. It marks extreme growth since the company debuted at the PGA Show in 2011.
Golf For Her aims to grow number of women golfers
To make golf more welcoming to females of all ages and abilities, the World Golf Foundation launched “Golf For Her,” a web site designed to be a resource and hub to attract an underserved audience.
Mickelson tees up, endorses new Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball
Phil Mickelson will start the 2014-15 PGA Tour season at the Humana Challenge, and with a Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball in play.
Jack Nicklaus turns 75, still going strong as CEO of Nicklaus Companies
Jack Nicklaus, who turned 75 on Wednesday, is going stronger than ever as CEO of the Nicklaus Companies. Far from a figurehead, he visited 15 different countries and 24 different states in 2014 to provide his personal touch.
Tour Edge finds advantage in being small, nimble
Tour Edge has thrived in the past 29 years despite a tough sales environment in recent years.
Fox to air Jack Nicklaus documentary ahead of NFC title game
As a lead-in to the NFC Championship on Jan. 18, Fox Sports will air “Nicklaus: The Making of a Champion,” a one-hour documentary highlighting the career of Jack Nicklaus.
Adam Schupak gives his take on why Tiger Woods needs to start someplace in 2015, and why it could be at the Phoenix Open
Word on the street is that Tiger Woods will make his 2015 debut at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Golfweek senior writer Adam Schupak says it makes sense for a number of reasons.
Scotsman Aitchison, 85, caddied for British Open winners
Willie Aitchison, who guided Roberto De Vicenzo and Lee Trevino to Open Championship titles, died shortly after New Year's at his home in Glasgow, Scotland.
Acushnet hires adviser for potential IPO, Uihlein confirms
Acushnet has confirmed the hiring of Solebury Capital Group as an adviser for the company’s potential return to public trading, as confirmed by Wally Uihlein, the chairman and chief executive at Acushnet.
Stat man: Scott Hamilton's Tour stable grows
Scott Hamilton, a tech-savvy teacher, does a number on a growing stable of Tour talent. As he might attest, that's insane, man.
For Your Game: Brendon Todd on track thanks to hard work, Scott Hamilton
For Brendon Todd, 'hard work' and Scott Hamilton's insight offer a new direction on Tour.
My Year in Golf: PGA Tour full of gracious pros in '14
From Bubba Watson to Billy Horschel's caddie, Micah Fugitt, Adam Schupak reflects on the 2014 PGA Tour season by remembering the gracious golfers.
Number crunching: Andrew Putnam improves in all facets during 2014
Over the final two weeks of 2014, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight Andrew Putnam.
Number crunching: Colt Knost's new-found maturity leads to success
Over the final two weeks of 2014, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight Colt Knost.
Schupak: Ozark rain delay spawns Nicklaus fish tales
During the Legends of Golf in June, Adam Schupak took advantage of a torrential downpour to hear more about Jack Nicklaus' long-overlooked hobby: fishing.
For Your Game: Swing knowledge leads Compton to Tour success
Erik Compton understands his golf swing as he seeks marquee billing on PGA Tour.
Number crunching: J.J. Henry vows to push harder after down year
Over the final two weeks of 2014, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight J.J. Henry.
Teams Strange, Langer share Father/Son Challenge lead
Curtis and Thomas Strange found themselves tied with Bernhard and Jason Langer through one round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge.
Johnny Miller on Tiger Woods: 'Don't write him off just yet'
Love him or hate him, Johnny Miller never is at a loss for an opinion, and he showcased that after teaming with son Andy to post a 9-under in the opening round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge.
Three of a kind: Nicklaus trio ready for PNC Father/Son Challenge
Three members of the Nicklaus family – Jack, Jack II and Jack III – will be in attendance at this weekend's PNC Father/Son Challenge. Jack and Jack II will play while Jack III will caddie for his dad.
PNC Father/Son Challenge more about the people than the trophy
The PNC Father/Son Challenge isn't as much about the trophy as it is about the people, but don't think it's not competitive.
Lee Trevino on Ryder Cup: 'Four guns' needed to show up for U.S.
Why has the American side been beaten like a drum in the Ryder Cup for the better part of two decades now? Lee Trevino attributes that to the struggles of the top U.S. players.
Curtis Strange savors early Christmas present: Father-Son Challenge
Curtis and Thomas Strange circled the week of the PNC Father-Son Challenge on the calendar long ago.
With sheer length, Tony Finau turns heads in rookie season
With odds at making the PGA Tour seemingly as long as his powerful drives, Tony Finau turns heads as a rookie.
Tiger Woods finishes last, but pain-free, at Hero World Challenge
Tiger Woods finished in last at the Hero World Challenge, 26 strokes behind Jordan Spieth, but finished the event in no pain.
Tiger Woods battles bad health, chips in improved round
Tiger Woods fought sickness and short-game woes during his third round at the Hero World Challenge at Isleworth Golf and Country Club, but managed to card a 3-under 69.
Tiger Woods' new swing shows flashes at World Challenge
Tiger Woods showed signs of improvement in his overall game and in his new swing under Chris Como during the second round of the Hero World Challenge at Isleworth Golf and Country Club in Windermere, Fla.
Short game fails Tiger Woods at Hero World Challenge
Tiger Woods struggled to a 5-over 77 in the first round of the Hero World Challenge and sits in last place at Isleworth Golf and Country Club.
Tiger Woods returns with swing that looks polished but familiar
The Tiger Woods show is back. Woods, who is making his return to tournament action following back surgery in August, declared Tuesday that his full range of motion and “explosiveness” have returned.
At 75, Lee Trevino still loving life, golf and one-liners
As Lee Trevino turned 75 on Dec. 1, a handful of Tour players look back on what he has given the game.