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Bound for glory, Morgan Hoffmann extends lead in Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill
Morgan Hoffmann backed up an opening 66 with a 7-under 65 extends his lead to three strokes Friday in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
Jay Haas remakes image of Presidents Cup captain
As Jay Haas remakes the image of a Presidents Cup captain (gasp! no major!), peers laud his inherent trait: humility.
Rory McIlroy relishes debut at Bay Hill PGA Tour stop, with eye on Augusta and Masters
Rory McIlroy calls his first start in the PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational "a long time coming."
Earning his place: Sam Saunders charts own path to PGA Tour
Sam Saunders, aka Arnold Palmer's grandson, charts his own path onto the PGA Tour – after some tough love from The King.
Self-belief powers Derek Ernst to PGA Tour's Valspar Championship contention
Derek Ernst chases Ryan Moore and Jordan Spieth at the PGA Tour's Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor, Fla., as he looks for his second PGA Tour victory.
Instruction: Arnold Palmer's grandson Sam Saunders blends fundamentals, flexibility in golf swing
Arnold Palmer's grandson Sam Saunders benefits from sound fundamentals and a dose of hot yoga. They helped him find his way to the PGA Tour.
Rory McIlroy points to his lack of rhythm, tentativeness after 73 at Doral
Rory McIlroy, a week removed from missing Honda Classic cut, opens WGC-Cadillac Championship with 1-over 73 after a first-nine, 4-over 40.
PGA Tour's David Lipsky brings well-worn passport, keen short game to WGC-Cadillac
American David Lipsky played two PGA Tour events in Asia last fall, but he is set to make his debut on home soil at the Cadillac Championship this week.
At Doral, Anirban Lahiri carries the torch for Indian golf on the PGA Tour
Anirban Lahiri, the 35th-ranked player in the world, hails from India and has rocketed into relevancy with victories at the Maybank Malaysian Open and his national open, the Hero Indian Open.
Putnam brothers blend family time into PGA Tour life
The Putnam brothers bring a spirited rivalry to the PGA Tour, golf's biggest stage.
Jack Nicklaus' love of ice cream leads to the launch of his own brand
Even Jack Nicklaus, golf’s Superman, has his version of kryptonite. It has been said that Nicklaus never walks by a clubhouse buffet without grabbing a scoop or two of ice cream. Now the Golden Bear is giving in and sharing his love of ice cream with the public.
From shoe salesman to PGA Tour champion, John Hahn breaks through at Northern Trust Open
James Hahn, a former down-on-his-luck shoe salesman, outlasted Dustin Johnson and Paul Casey in a playoff Sunday at Riviera Country Club to win the Northern Trust Open and notch his first PGA Tour victory.
Retief Goosen keeps Northern Trust Open lead as he eyes 1st PGA Tour title since 2009
Retief Goosen moved closer to his first PGA Tour victory since 2009 by carding a 2-under 69 on Saturday and taking a two-shot lead after 54 holes of the Northern Trust Open.
Russell Henley to rock with O.A.R. on stage after Northern Trust Open's third round
Russell Henley will play the guitar on stage with rock back O.A.R. for a concert following the third round of the PGA Tour's 2015 Northern Trust Open.
Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas trade jabs, soak in test of Northern Trust Open
Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth are fueled by a friendly rivalry at the PGA Tour's 2015 Northern Trust Open, and enjoy the test at Riviera Country Club.
Statistics show PGA Tour's Northern Trust Open leaders relied on long game
Five of the six leaders through the first round of the PGA Tour's 2015 Northern Trust Open ranked well in strokes gained tee-to-green, stressing the importance of the tee shot in relation to putting.
Fred Couples copes with missed Ryder Cup captaincy bid, Davis Love III reflects on lessons learned
Fred Couples and Davis Love III discuss the the 2016 Ryder Cup captaincy at the PGA Tour's 2015 Northern Trust Open.
70 years after assault on Iwo Jima, Hebert's exploits stand out
Jay Hebert and Lloyd Mangrum were great warriors for our country as well as great champions on the PGA Tour.
Sergio Garcia at 35: Looking for rhythm, confidence, major title
Sergio Garcia turned 35 in January, a reminder that his scissor-kicking days at the PGA Championship at Medinah Country Club were more than 15 years ago.
Who was that guy? Early-season Tiger Woods observations
Tiger Woods needs to hit the reset button – again – after an abbreviated season opener marred by chipping yips.
Instruction: PGA Tour rookie Max Homa blends old and new
PGA Tour rookie Max Homa mixes old and new swing mechanics. Homa is a Ben Hogan disciple trying to make his swing more modern and repeatable.
Paul Goydos brings light heart to Champions Tour
With his Champions Tour victory at the Allianz Championship on Feb. 8, Paul Goydos has matched his two PGA Tour wins. What took him 507 starts against the flat bellies required just 12 attempts since joing the 50-and-over tour.
Tiger Woods drops from OWGR top 60, faces schedule questions
Tiger Woods' 2015 PGA Tour schedule comes into question after his withdrawal from the Farmers Insurance Open and subsequent departure from the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking.
Tiger Woods cites lower-back pain after WD at Torrey Pines for PGA Tour's Farmers Insurance Open
Tiger Woods withdrew from the PGA Tour's Farmers Insurance Open on Thursday on his 12th hole. He had been wincing in apparent pain and holding his lower right back after many of his full swings.
U.S. Amateur champion Gunn Yang's goal in PGA Tour debut: make the cut at Torrey Pines
U.S. Amateur champion Gunn Yang wants to make the cut in his PGA Tour debut at the Farmers Insurance Open, but he's also hoping for more.
Jon Rahm ends week of a lifetime with top 5 at Phoenix Open
What a week for Jon Rahm at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The Arizona State junior carded a 3-under 68 en route to a tie for fifth place at 12-under 272, three strokes behind winner Brooks Koepka.
Keegan Bradley hustles out of TPC Scottsdale to live Super Bowl dream
Keegan Bradley never dreamed he would get to attend a Super Bowl, let alone see his beloved New England Patriots play for the title.
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.