Charl Schwartzel is chasing his second straight Alfred Dunhill Championship – and in a solid spot to do so, leading by two shots after a third-round 67.
Continuing his march toward a Down Under triple crown after winning the Australian Masters and PGA Championship, Adam Scott moved into a four-shot lead during Saturday's third round.
A Stanford recruiting letter written to Tiger Woods when the future hall of famer was just 13 years old was recently found on display at Nike's headquarters.
A PGA teaching pro reports that Bubba Watson, he of the near-miracle shot to win the 2012 Masters, recently shot 81 with nothing but a hybrid -- and did it to work on his shotmaking.
Entering the final round with a two-stroke lead, Kevin Kisner finished at 13 under -- thanks to a 15-footer for par -- to win the Pebble Beach Invitational by a shot over Chesson Hadley.
With six birdies, Scott Brown's 68 at Spyglass Hill moved him to 10 under as he took the second-round lead at the Pebble Beach Invitational by a shot over Jason Kokrak.
There was enough time in between rain and darkness at Champions Tour Q-School for Wes Short Jr. to take medalist honors along with a $30,000 check and fully exempt status for 2014.
Despite a rocky start, Wes Short Jr. remains in the lead at Champions Tour Q-School after three rounds at TPC Scottsdale in Arizona.
Extending a sponsorship agreement that began in 1999 and is one of the PGA Tour's longest running, the deal takes effect after the 2014 Sony Open to be held Jan. 9-12 at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu.
Jason Bohn is excited about his strong start to the 2013-14 PGA Tour season, having found an unusually productive early pace.
World Cup host Australia will feature reigning Masters champion Adam Scott, while Matt Kuchar will strive to win again as he helped the U.S. do in 2011. Here are capsules of top teams and a complete field list:
Tiger Woods' upcoming Northwestern Mutual World Challenge has filled a vacant spot in its field with Jordan Spieth, according to the event's website.
In his first trip to the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, Harris English pulled away during the back nine of Sunday's final round to win by four shots over Brian Stuard.
To cap the Manila Masters, winner Liang Wen-chong donated half of his $135,000 prize to typhoon relief efforts.
After back-to-back birdies at Nos. 2-3, Webb Simpson opened up a six-shot lead and coasted to a win at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, well clear of the field.
Rory McIlroy's final-round 67 lifted him to second at the Kolon Korea Open – which Sung-hoon Kang won by a shot after a two-stroke penalty dropped third-round leader Hyung-tae Kim from the lead.
Tiger Woods, Henrik Stenson, Adam Scott and Zach Johnson lead the way into the Tour Championship this week to wrap up the FedEx Cup. Here's a look at the 30-man field.
In what would become a duel with amateur Lydia Ko, Suzann Pettersen took advantage of an early opportunity and never trailed again – shooting 68 to add her second major championship.
Mika Miyazato began and ended Saturday's second round of the Evian Championship, the LPGA's fifth major, with a one-shot lead as amateur sensation Lydia Ko pulled within a shot of the lead.
Touring the front nine in 31, Mika Miyazato took the first round lead at the LPGA's fifth major, the Evian Championship, Friday in Evian-les-Bains, France.
Tokyo's winning bid for the 2020 Summer Olympics includes the selection of Kasumigaseki Country Club, northwest of the city, as the intended venue if golf is part of the games.
Thomas Bjorn and Stephen Gallacher moved to the top of the Omega European Masters leaderboard with a 66 and 65, respectively, in Friday's second round, good for a one-shot lead.
India's Anirban Lahiri leads Paul Casey, Tommy Fleetwood and Miguel Angel Jimenez by two shots after the first round of the Omega European Masters while Brooks Koepka and 13-year-old Ye Wo-cheng also make noise.
The Sanderson Farms Championship at Annandale Golf Club in Madison, Miss., which moves to late October in 2014, will retain its title sponsor for the next three years.
Henrik Stenson, who tops the FedEx Cup standings after his Deutsche Bank win and will play alongside World No. 1 and FedEx No. 2 Tiger Woods at the BMW Championship, rose four spots to No. 6 in the Official World Golf Rankings.
The leader in FedEx Cup points this season on the PGA Tour, Tiger Woods fought back pain and spasms during last weeks' playoff opener. But all indications are that he will play this week at TPC Boston.
Amateur Lydia Ko took the lead Sunday at the Canadian Women's Open and pulled away with a 64 to win by five shots and successfully defend her title.
Solheim Cup hero Caroline Hedwall moved to 10 under and took the Canadian Women's Open lead by a shot over defending champion Lydia Ko and Suzann Pettersen.
Finally getting its schedule back on track after two rain delays Thursday, The Barclays will send co-leaders Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland out in the last group Sunday as the FedEx Cup playoffs' first event is decided.
Kevin Chappell one-upped Keegan Bradley during Saturday's third round at The Barclays, with a 62 to break the course record that had just been set Friday.
World No. 1 Inbee Park and Cristie Kerr played alongside each other Thursday and Friday to open the Canadian Women's Open – and share the lead after two rounds.
A four-time winner on the European Challenge Tour, former Florida State standout Brooks Koepka is chasing a win this week on the premier tour across the pond.
Ben Crane's playoff bubble has burst in an unfortunate fashion, a back injury prompting him to withdraw from The Barclays; Lucas Glover is out early as well.
Amateur Lydia Ko opened her Canadian Women's Open championship defense with a 65 to tie for the lead alongside Christel Boeljon -- who notched an ace down the stretch Thursday -- and Angela Stanford.
One way Samuel L. Jackson helps keep his game in shape might be surprising: the actor reportedly has time for the links written into his movie contracts.
Louisiana-Monroe has hired former Washington State coach Walt Williams as its men's head coach, Warhawks athletics director Brian Wickstrom announced Saturday.
Following an opening-round 65 by posting a 64 is a strong way to open a tournament, giving Patrick Reed the Wyndham Championship lead; Ernie Els needed a late birdie to make the cut; plus more in our 5 Things.
With bad weather threatening the Greensboro, N.C. area Saturday, tee times for the third round of the PGA Tour's Wyndham Championship are early -- that means no sleeping in for the leader Patrick Reed, or anyone else.
While Rory McIlroy has remained positive through the struggles of his season, his upbeat comments rang truer after the PGA Championship. Bouncing back from a triple bogey to finish in the top 10 will do that.
After a 6-over 76 on Sunday at the PGA Championship, Lee Westwood was tired of hearing it from the "trolls" on Twitter and decided to fire back in earnest.
Keegan Bradley's 66 was a welcome sight as he finished the PGA Championship 1 under, where he'd started it with an opening-round 69.
As he makes the turn at Oak Hill, Tiger Woods is trying to avoid his fifth weekend this season in which he failed to shoot par in either round.
A hole-in-one makes for a particularly special memory during a major. Tim Clark earned the first ace of the 2013 PGA Championship, holing out Sunday at No. 11.
Judging by the mix of successes and failures among the world's top-ranked golfers, Oak Hill is standing the test of time as a worthy host site for a major. Here's how the world's top 10 golfers are faring.
While still needing help to get into contention at the PGA Championship, Dustin Johnson shot 65 Saturday to Oak Hill, rising to T-15 as he headed to the clubhouse.
Rickie Fowler showed his potential by spending most of his first round of the PGA Championship at 2 under, then gave it back on his day's final hole to finish his day even par.
Another tourney, another 59 for the Web.com Tour – as Russell Knox cards the magical sub-60 score during the second round of the Boise Open.
Brendan Steele birdied seven of 11 holes to take the opening-round lead Thursday at the RBC Canadian Open – but he's got some well-known company not far behind him. Here are 5 Things to Know.
J.B. Holmes won't return to PGA Tour play this season in the wake of a broken ankle in March, he announced Tuesday morning on Twitter – saying he wants to be sure it's 100 percent. Fact is, he's recovered from worse.
Rocco Mediate's equipment is his livelihood. Thus, there was a notable tone of angst when he posted on Twitter that his clubs hadn't completed the trip to the Senior British Open.