Henrik Stenson, the hottest golfer on the planet since the Open Championship, led the field in greens in regulation in three of the four FedEx Cup events en route to taking the PGA Tour's season title.
In case you were wondering, Adam Scott brought his Masters green jacket with him to Atlanta for this week’s Tour Championship. “It comes pretty much everywhere,” he said. “I wear it in my hotel room all the time just by myself.”
During his "State of the Tour" media conference at the Tour Championship, commissioner Tim Finchem covered a variety of topics, ranging from charitable contributions to slow play.
When Peter Jacobsen was named the recipient of the 2013 Payne Stewart Award on Tuesday at the Tour Championship in Atlanta, the only question was, What took so long?
Zach Johnson proved to be the ultimate putting machine, breaking out of a late three-way tie for the lead for a victory at the BMW Championship. Here are 5 Things to Know from Chicago.
Leader Jim Furyk was one of 22 players who never got to start the final round Sunday at the BMW Championship. With play to resume on Monday at 9 a.m. Eastern, 8 Central, here are 5 Things to Know.
The approach shot that set up Jim Furyk's 59 Friday was so close that a fan broke the silence and screamed, “Jimmy, I’ll give it to ya.” Even Furyk, who had been his usual stoic self on the course, cracked a smile and laughed.
Pro Links Sports orchestrated an 11th-hour deal that paired sponsor Valspar Corp. with PGA Tour's Tampa event, keeping the tournament at Innisbrook Resort on the schedule.
The PGA Tour's event in Tampa has struggled to retain title sponsors, but it keeps finding new ones to stay on the schedule. Its latest savior: Valspar Corp.
Bev Norwood, 66, a longtime publicist and editor for IMG, died on Sept. 4 at the Cleveland Clinic after a short battle with cancer.
Last year, Jordan Spieth was getting ready for the Red River Rivalry against border rival Oklahoma when he was a sophomore at Texas. Now, after being selected as one of two captain’s picks for the U.S. team, Spieth is getting ready for his first Presidents Cup.
Amateur golf lost one of its last remaining giants Aug. 30 with the passing of Bill Campbell. Indeed, at an interview at his home just a few years ago, Campbell remarked to me, “I see myself as the last man standing.”
Gary Christian was looking forward to some time off from golf after a disappointing year, just not like this. His season came to a premature end in late July when he made an awkward step and injured his right knee and required surgery.
Patrick Reed goes from trouble to the shot of his life, securing his first PGA Tour victory in a playoff with fellow youngster Jordan Spieth at the Wyndham Championship.
On a rainy, dreary day when the greens remained lightning fast at Sedgefield Country Club, John Huh weathered the kind of jittery passage from which most golfers never recover, and he leads along with Patrick Reed entering Sunday.
Charles Howell III was disqualified prior to the start of Saturday's third round of the Wyndham Championship for violating Rule 4-1a, using a non-conforming driver, during the second round.
Jarrod Lyle is full of perspective after his battle with acute myeloid leukemia -- which took two rounds of chemo to send into remission -- and will return to golf looking to pick up where he left off.
Published reports in the United Kingdom that the PGA Tour is in talks to buy the European Tour led to denials by both parties.
Fox Sports is in; NBC Sports and ESPN are out. The USGA's new deal with Fox is set to begin in 2015 and will broadcast a variety of USGA championships, not to mention bolster the association's coffers.
PGA president Ted Bishop, an outspoken Indiana course owner, plies wit and wisdom in seeking to reverse golf's fortunes.
Lee Trevino's win at Oak Hill in the 1968 U.S. Open had several ramifications – among them a quickly built relationship with a caddie paired by blind draw.
On a day of high-fives and hijinks, hugs and air kisses, it was tough to identify the best addition to this year's Greats of Golf at the 3M Championship.
Oliver Horovitz is a smart guy, and not just because he matriculated at Harvard University. The author of “An American Caddie in St. Andrews: Growing up, Girls, and Looping on the Old Course” enrolled at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland for his gap year between high school and college. Now that is genius.
Chris Armstrong, Hunter Mahan's representative, did his best to allow Hunter Mahan have a private moment with his wife despite the cameras rolling at the RBC Canadian Open last Saturday.
Phil Mickelson brought the Claret Jug with him to this weeks WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, and intends to do so again for the PGA Championship: 'It's not like I'm going to leave it.'
This summer, golf fans will get rare look at elite Hamptons clubs -- including National Golf Links, which will host of the Walker Cup.
After Hunter Mahan withdrew an hour before his tee time due to the pending birth of his first child, Brandt Snedeker rose to the top of the leaderboard behind a 9-under 63.
Hunter Mahan, the 36-hole leader of the RBC Canadian Open, withdrew less than an hour before his third-round tee time when his wife, Kandi, went into labor.
On a chamber of commerce day, Hunter Mahan birdied his last three holes to shoot 64 and seize the 36-hole lead of the RBC CanadianOpen at Glen Abbey Golf Club.
On a leaderboard packed with talent, 46-year-old Steve Stricker has emerged as the perfect figure to cast in the role of Rocky Balboa.
Hitting 18 greens in regulation in a round is so rare that the USGA is still researching how often it has been done in U.S. Open play.
The Hogan 1-iron returned to Merion Golf Club for the first time since the day Ben Hogan hit one of golf’s iconic shots in the 1950 U.S. Open.
Barber had battled health issues in recent years, including stomach cancer. “Golf has lost a great man and competitor,” Tour commissioner Tim Finchem said.
During the U.S. Open, USGA president Glen Nager unveiled a pace-of-play public-education campaign designed to combat one of the most significant threats to the game.
A deluge of rain has stacked the deck against feisty, old Merion Golf Club. But this is old hat for a course that has raised questions of whether time has passed it by each time it has hosted the Open.
Al Geiberger, 'Mr. 59,' recently sold the memorabilia associated with his record round, but now he has the visual archives to last a lifetime
To some pros, withdrawing once your U.S. Open qualifying chance dwindle is pragmatic, simply good business. If you’re not going to make it, save your energy. But this is also their job.
The wait was worth it as Scott Langley made his first hole-in-one, while Kevin Sutherland kept his cool and earned medalist honors at U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying in Memphis, Tenn.
Eddie Merrins recently spoke to Golfweek about his tenure as UCLA coach, his best team and the quality he believes is the key to success.
Though Esteban Toledo hung up his boxing gloves for health reasons, he still possesses a fighter’s spirit that carried him to his first Champions Tour victory.
Acting "for the Good of the game," the USGA and R&A announced the adoption of Rule 14-1b, which prohibits anchoring the club in making a stroke.
USGA executive director Mike Davis, USGA president Glen Nager and USGA Rules Committee chairman Mark Newell field questions about the anchoring ban.
With no status on the PGA Tour, 2010 U.S. Amateur champ Peter Uihlein boldly went where few Americans go anymore. Uihlein took the fork in the road and joined the Challenge Tour, the European Tour’s developmental circuit.
Ken Venturi, winner of the 1964 U.S. Open and the voice of golf for CBS Sports for 35 years, died Friday afternoon.
Graeme McDowell went nearly two years in between wins on the PGA Tour, making it back to the winner's circle behind accepting the way he needs to play the game and learning how to deal with his fame.
In a Q&A with Golfweek's Adam Schupak, Steve Mona, executive director of the World Golf Foundation, outlines the industry's five-year plan to grow participation to 30 million by 2017.
Ken Venturi, who overcame severe dehydration on the final day to win the 1964 U.S. Open, has been hospitalized recently with an infection following a surgical procedure and will be unable to attend the World Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
After sewing up his PGA Tour card at Q-School late last year, Billy Horschel boldly predicted he would win his first Tour title this season. Sunday at TPC Louisiana, he did.
From runner-up D.A. Points to Monday qualifier Ken Looper to 2009 U.S. Open champ Lucas Glover and beyond, here are 5 Things to Know about the Zurich Classic – beyond Billy Horschel's win.
From Lucas Glover's 2-under 70 atop the leaderboard to 14-year-old amateur Tianlang Guan's high round of the day, here are 5 Things to Know about the third round at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.