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Pro golfer Jesper Parnevik garners high reality-TV ratings in Sweden
Jesper Parnevik's Swedish reality show "The Parneviks" has led to the pro golfer's wife, Mia, being named Sweden's “new TV Personality of the Year.”
Craig Parry welcomes busy weekends with golfers his own age
Parry is eligible for the next two years to play on the PGA Tour Champions.
SuperStroke strives for innovation as it looks to build beyond putter grips
SuperStroke may have come to prominence thanks to the putter and Jason Dufner, but Jordan Spieth and more innovation may be the key to future growth.
Johnni-O golf-lifestyle apparel line stands out at PGA Show
The line has moved from "rinky-dink" polo shop to selling merino wool, cashmere sweaters and more.
Charlie Robson, former head of the Metropolitan PGA, recognized at PGA Merchandise Show
Charlie Robson, who stepped down Jan. 1 after 43 years as executive director of the Metropolitan PGA, was recognized for his service during the first day of the PGA Merchandise Show.
Cure putters finding niche on PGA Tour Champions
Cure Putter touts itself as the fastest-growing putter on the PGA Tour Champions.
Callaway's Chrome Soft golf ball with Truvis Technology designed for better focus, visibility
Callaway Golf's Chrome Soft golf ball with Truvis Technology is designed specifically for better focus and visibility.
PGA Tour Tiger Woods' most memorable victories
Tiger Woods has 79 PGA Tour victories and Golfweek writers picked the win that was most memorable.
Memorable moments from Tiger Woods' career
There are countless moments from Tiger Woods' career that stand out, but the writers at Golfweek picked out their most memorable.
Favorite quotes from Tiger Woods PGA Tour
In celebration of Tiger Woods' 40th Birthday, our Golfweek writers weigh in with their favorite quotes from Tiger.
Number crunching: Mo Martin sneaks up golf rankings
Over the final three weeks of 2015, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight Mo Martin.
Schupak: Favorites moments from 2015 include Hall of Famers and Bandon Dunes
Golfweek's Adam Schupak recounts his top memories from 2015, including dinner with Hall of Famers and 18 holes at Bandon Dunes.
Number crunching: Roberto Castro uses swing changes to gain traction in rankings
Roberto Castro uses swing changes on PGA Tour to move up nearly 250 spots in Golfweek's rankings in 2015.
PGA Tour two-time major champion Zach Johnson talks about his short-game strategy
Two-time major champion Zach Johnson opens up about his short-game strategy.
Number crunching: Michael Thompson uses late run to move up golf rankings
It wasn't a huge rise for Michael Thompson in Golfweek's rankings in 2015 but the former Alabama golfer rose 15 spots after an up-and-down season.
For Your Game: Dawie van der Walt sets goal to stay on PGA Tour with help from coach Brian White
Dawie van de Walt didn't celebrate making the PGA Tour because his real goal is to stay there with the help of his coach Brian White.
Virtual golf skyrockets in golf-crazed South Korea
In golf-crazed South Korea, virtual golf has become a huge outlet and the screen-based way of playing the game could be heading toward a global trend.
Tom Watson, Jack Nicklaus rivalry captured in Joe Posnanski's 'The Secret of Golf'
In The Secret of Golf, Joe Posnanski does a good job capturing the Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus rivalry, writes Golfweek's Adam Schupak.
Schupak: Golf book guide for the holiday shopper
Golfweek's Adam Schupak offers up some 2015 golf book reviews to guide the eager Christmas shopper with a golfer in his/her life.
PGA Tour top 10 moments in 2015: Jordan Spieth's breakout; Tiger Woods' tough season
From Jordan Spieth's several shining performances in a breakout season to Tiger Woods' stunning decline, Golfweek's Jim McCabe, Adam Schupak and Jeff Babineau count down their top 10 moments in PGA Tour golf in 2015.
Number crunching: Danny Lee leads PGA Tour in birdies, rises in rankings in 2015
Over the final three weeks of 2015, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight Danny Lee.
Lanny and Tucker Wadkins grab unlikely Father/Son win with eagle in playoff
Lanny Wadkins earned his first victory in 14 years thanks to his son Tucker's eagle putt in a playoff to win the PNC Father/Son Challenge.
Dave Stockton projects big 2016 for putting pupil Rory McIlroy
PGA Tour golfer Rory McIlroy has worked with Dave Stockton on his putting on and off since 2011, and Stockton believes McIlroy is primed for a big 2016.
Vijay and Qass Singh power their way to 59 and Father/Son Challenge lead
With help from long drives, Vijay and Qass Singh open with 13-under 59 and lead at Father/Son Challenge at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Fla.
PGA Tour's Jack Nicklaus finds joy in playing with sons in post-professional life
In his post-competitive-golf life, the Golden Bear doesn't get out on the links much but relishes any time on the golf course with family.
PGA Tour Thomas Strange Curtis Strange's son to mark off bucket list item playing alongside Jack Nicklaus
Curtis Strange's son, Thomas, will realize a dream come true in teeing it up with the Golden Bear this week at the PNC Father-Son Challenge.
Patrick Rodgers takes cues from Zach Johnson despite different playing styles
PGA Tour golfer Patrick Rodgers has found a mentor in British Open champion Zach Johnson.
Judy Bell applauds Diana Murphy’s nomination as USGA president
First USGA female president Judy Bell comments on Diana Murphy becoming the second female president in the history of the USGA and applauds it.
After his Presidents Cup heroics, Bill Haas looks to take game to next level this PGA Tour season
After earning the winning point at the Presidents Cup, Bill Haas begins 2015-16 PGA Tour season at RSM Classic looking to take his game to the next level.
Dru Love ready for PGA Tour debut alongside dad Davis Love III at RSM Classic
PGA Tour golfer Davis Love III and his son, Dru, will compete in the RSM Classic at Sea Island Golf Club on St. Simons Island, Ga.
PGA of America honors former PGA Tour commissioner Deane Beman as old wounds heal
The PGA of America honors former PGA Tour commissioner Deane Beman at the 99th PGA Annual meeting.
Justin Rose sees success at UBS Hong Kong Open with new coaching partnership
Justin Rose partnered with mental and performance coach Jason Goldsmith, who formerly worked with Jason Day, and has since win the European Tour's 2015 UBS Hong Kong Open.
LPGA's Asian Swing has pros and cons for golfers, who are treated like rock stars
LPGA Tour golfers enjoy playing in South Korea for LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship, but feel pressure to perform in front of family and fans.
No longer lost in translation, South Koreans like Ilhee Lee feel right at home on LPGA
South Korean women's golfers like Ihee Lee feel at home on LPGA Tour after learning English and adjusting to life in America.
Young at heart: Nearing 80, golf hall-of-famer Gary Player attacks life with youthful vigor
World Golf Hall of Famer Gary Player attacks life with vigor as he reaches 80, with his fitness and workout regimen serving as proof.
Harold Varner III aims to be toast of PGA Tour in rookie year
Harold Varner III, the first black golfer to earn his PGA Tour card via the Web.com Tour, aims to be toast of the Tour in rookie year and the circuit's new bon vivant.
Sung Hyun Park makes LPGA debut in style with 62 to lead KEB Hank Bank Championship
In her LPGA debut, Sung Hyun Park fired a course-record 10-under 62 to grab a four-stroke lead over Charley Hull and Gerina Piller in the opening round of the KEB Hana Bank Championship.
Fairytale ending in South Korea as Bill Haas and Jerry Haas steal the show at Presidents Cup
U.S. Presidents Cup captain Jay Haas and his son, PGA Tour golfer Bill Haas, came up big for the Americans in their 2015 victory at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea.
Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth walk the talk in Presidents Cup but have some second thoughts
The U.S. won the Presidents Cup by the slimmest of margins, but when it came to bulletin-board material, the Americans, specifically Phil Mickelson and Jordan Spieth, smack-talked their way to a rout.
Quest for No. 1 in Rolex Rankings pits LPGA's Inbee Park against Lydia Ko in South Korea
LPGA Tour golfers Lydia Ko and Inbee Park play for the World No. 1 ranking in the Rolex Rankings this week in South Korea at the KEB Hana Bank Championship.
Sangmoon Bae continues to win in front of Korean countrymen
Sangmoon Bae continues to win in front of his Korean countrymen at the 2015 Presidents Cup at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club in Incheon, South Korea.
South African Branden Grace begins to realize his star potential
South African Branden Grace begins to realize his major-champion potential in 2015, as he plays strong golf in the majors and could be the country's next big ticket under Ernie Els' guidance.
International team shows heart with Friday Presidents Cup comeback
The International team made a comeback on Friday during four-ball play at the 2015 Presidents Cup golf match with Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson.
South African duo inspires with critical Presidents Cup point over Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson
The South African duo of Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace inspires with crucial Presidents Cup point over Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson, in Day Two four-ball in Incheon, South Korea.
Presidents Cup: Friday four-ball preview, pairings and tee times
Trailing the U.S. 4-1 after the first day of the Presidents Cup, the Internationals know that Friday's four-ball session is a crucial one.
Opposites attract as Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson click in U.S. victory in Presidents Cup foursomes
PGA Tour golfers Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson teamed up to beat Jason Day and Steven Bowditch in Thursday's foursomes session at the 2015 Presidents Cup.
Korean Sang-Moon Bae will sit out opening foursomes session in Presidents Cup
South Korea's Sang-Moon Bae, who will likely report for his mandatory two-year military service in November, will sit out the opening foursomes session of the 2015 Presidents Cup.
Jordan Spieth gets his wish for Presidents Cup in pairing with Dustin Johnson
Jordan Spieth, the top-ranked player in the world, will pair with U.S. teammate Dustin Johnson in Thursday's opening foursomes session of the 2015 Presidents Cup.
Phil Mickelson offers uncomplicated theory on U.S. success in Presidents Cup
Phil Mickelson addresses U.S. team's success at Presidents Cup and more quotes including the possibility of a Jason Day and Jordan Spieth singles matchup.
Haas father-son pairing enhances storyline for U.S. team in Presidents Cup
When the 2015 Presidents Cup begins Thursday, PGA Tour golfer Bill Haas will be the first son to play for his father (U.S. captain Jay Haas) in the biennial competition.