Paul Goydos withdraws from U.S. Open sectional qualifier due to continued problems with his injured left wrist.
It was a rocky return to the PGA Tour for Steve Marino after a four-month absence from competitive golf, but as he would say later, it was better than sitting on the couch and watching television.
Sources close to the Presidents Cup have told Golfweek that Fred Couples will return to lead the U.S. team and Nick Price of Zimbabwe will captain the International team in 2013 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.
Gov. Rick Scott says golf is so important to Florida’s economy that, in a state with more than 1,200 golf courses, more should be built.
The defections of key agents and pros such as Trevor Immelman and Sean O'Hair sent IMG scrambling to court to protect its business. An injunction hearing is scheduled for June 4.
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.
Simon Dyson joins D.A. Points, Paul Casey, Hunter Haas and Angel Cabrera, as the Englishman withdrew due to a “sharp, shooting pain” from his hip all the way down the leg.
Blake Adams contending at the Players Championship would be surprising because he is physically a mess. He shot 6-under 66 Thursday.
Thirty years later, Mark Brooks finds himself back on the bag, this time as the caddie for J.J. Henry at the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.
Rory McIlroy skipped the Players Championship in 2011. This year, plenty of Euros are choosing to skip TPC Sawgrass. Our Alex Miceli says the tournament might be losing its unofficial "fifth major" status.
Wells Fargo notebook: Lee Westwood makes a weekend run despite making the cut on the line, while Ben Curtis continues to play his best golf since 2008.
Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player showed no mercy in winning the Houston Greats of Golf Challenge by two shots after Saturday’s second round of the Insperity Championship.
DigiGard, a neoprene sleeve that is used instead of tape, was deemed to be non-conforming by the USGA.
A rib injury might keep Davis Love III, the U.S. Ryder Cup captain, off the PGA Tour until next month.
Las Vegas oddsmakers have made Phil Mickelson the clear favorite to win on Sunday, with a 5/4 line. Current leader Peter Hanson is a 7/2 favorite.
Peter Hanson has a chance to win his first major on Sunday, holding a one-shot lead at the Masters. He needs to cash in while he can if he sticks to his plan of retiring after the 2016 Olympics.
Augusta National's 18th hole was a nightmarish experience for Henrik Stenson in Round 1.
Mark O’Meara, the 1998 Masters champion, withdrew from the 76th Masters with an injury to his back and ribs.
Graeme McDowell has a dubious record at the Masters. His new approach: Take Augusta National for what it is.
Las Vegas is still favoring Tiger Woods this week at the Masters, but Rory McIlroy has crept a bit closer to the four-time champion.
Dustin Johnson withdrew from the Masters due to back pain, which flared up after he picked up a jet ski at his home in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Our Alex Miceli says that this isn't a new problem for Johnson.
When the PGA Tour rolls out its anticipated schedule changes in the fall of 2013, the Aussies will face a quandary: play the season-opening U.S. events or return Down Under for their country’s version of major championships (Australian Open, Australian PGA and JBWere Masters).
John Senden could record the first win by an Australian in the history of the year's first major.
The final odds - which can be updated - came out of Las Vegas last night and Tiger Woods at 9-2 is a slight favorite over Rory McIlroy at 5-1 to win the 2012 Masters.
Shaun Micheel and Omar Uresti are taking whatever they can get on the PGA Tour.
Sheila Johnson, head of Salamander Hotels & Resorts, wants to host an LPGA event at a Salamander property in Florida. Salamander's Innisbrook Golf Resort is the site of the PGA Tour’s Transitions Championship.
Graeme McDowell and Tiger Woods will share one commonality on Sunday: They are both looking for an elusive win says Alex Miceli.
PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem announced significant changes to the structure of how players qualify for the Tour.
As a star of reality TV, Irvine can be seen on such Food Network staples as “Dinner: Impossible,” “Worst Cooks in America” and “Restaurant: Impossible.” Irvine, an Englishman, was on the grounds at last week’s Transitions Championship at Innisbrook Golf Resort in Palm Harbor, Fla., preparing his healthful cuisine for the patrons.
Ernie Els made a run on Saturday at the Transitions Championship, but it could have been even better if it wasn't for his faulty putter.
Arjun Atwal finally will pick up a paycheck at the end of this week, making his first cut in eight starts on the PGA Tour in 2012.
John Senden's biggest weakness has been the flatstick. That is changing quickly.
Paul Goydos, a two-time PGA Tour winner, will miss 10-15 weeks after surgery on his left wrist Monday in California.
The third round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship was predicated on scoring. With perfect weather conditions, you had to go low to move up.
The two combatants who battled down the final 18 holes of the 2009 PGA Championship at Hazeltine National shot identical 5-under 67s on Friday in the second round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship. But with most of the ink dedicated to Tiger Woods, who tied his second best score of the young PGA Tour season, it seems only appropriate to give kudos to the winner of that PGA, Y.E. Yang.
Donald Trump plans to invest $200 million to transform his latest golf acquisition: Doral Golf Resort.
Phil Mickelson said changes to the greens at Augusta National's Nos. 8 and 16 holes have softened some of the hole locations, making it potentially easier for players to attack the pins during the 75th Masters. Miceli
Roberts, 52, heads a Fortune 100 media and entertainment company whose interests include Golf Channel, hockey’s Philadelphia Flyers and NBCUniversal. The self-described “frustrated mid-to-high single-digit-handicapper” is the son of Comcast founder Ralph Roberts.
That was a preposterous question only a few years ago. But, on the eve of the Honda Classic, both Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman addressed the question that everyone seems to be asking.
Ernie Els knows how Luke Donald feels after soundly beating the World No. 1 on Wednesday.
Despite playing decent golf, Graeme McDowell is defeated by Y.E. Yang at the Match Play for the second year in a row.
FedEx announced it has agreed to a five-year sponsorship extension of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup, the year-long competition that culminates in a playoffs finale.
The PGA Tour’s quest for an umbrella sponsor for the Nationwide Tour will continue after Hyundai declined a proposal, according to a source close to the negotiations.
Pat Perez's calm demeanor helped him salvage his third round of the Northern Trust Open.
Phil Mickelson has an odd history in events after a victory. That's not stopping the odds-makers from making him the favorite this week at Riviera. Alex Miceli
Phil Mickelson's big Pebble win didn't come with as many Official World Golf Ranking points as you might think.
Ken Duke didn't win at Pebble, but the fact he was there at all is remarkable enough.
It's been a while since Tiger Woods has won at Pebble, but that's not stopping the oddsmakers from projecting him as the heavy favorite this week. Alex Miceli
Lou Dobbs, host of "Lou Dobbs Tonight" on the Fox Business Network, adopted golf later in life and knows it's the sport of business.
Sure, the Tour’s bombers tend to fare well at TPC Scottsdale. But Mark Wilson, the 2011 Phoenix champion, proves that winning golf can come in many shapes and sizes. Keep that in mind as you predict a winner.