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Babineau: Is Jim Furyk worthy for the World Golf Hall of Fame? You bet
PGA Tour players Jim Furyk has the criteria and should be in the World Golf Hall of Fame writes Golfweek senior writer Jeff Babineau.
Parting thoughts from the Masters 2015, where Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson stole PGA Tour headlines
A Masters week that produced a stellar champion in Jordan Spieth also left a few questions regarding Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia and others.
Thrilling Masters chase gives Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson satisfaction from second place
Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson share Masters runner-up honors after a week that saw a revitalization of both players' games.
Late mistakes haunt Rory McIlroy during Round 3 of the Masters
The Masters 2015 Rory McIlroy in Round 3 at Augusta National Golf Club in pursuit of the career Grand Slam trails Jordan Spieth after bogeys at 16 and 18.
Ben Crenshaw's final Masters ends with Texas-sized farewell at Augusta National
Masters champion and PGA Tour veteran Ben Crenshaw received a hero's farewell Friday at Augusta National.
This looks familiar: Jordan Spieth, 21, sets up Masters runaway
PGA Tour winner Jordan Spieth is setting up a Masters runaway in a move reminiscent of Tiger Woods.
Jason Day fires 67 at the 2015 Masters, even without Tiger Woods' help
The 2015 Masters Round 1 Jason Day at Augusta National Golf Club 67 with text to Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia.
PGA Tour players Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy lack firepower on Masters opening day
Masters veteran Phil Mickelson and career Grand Slam contender Rory McIlroy didn't have all the pieces Thursday at Augusta.
As 2015 Masters dawns, star power suggests thrilling weekend
Masters 2015 is upon us, and the field is so deep – what with Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson – that it's hard to say how the week might go.
Sweet Masters Memories: Ben Crenshaw prepares for 44th and final Masters
Ben Crenshaw never will stop loving Augusta National, but after this week’s Masters, the winner of two green jackets won’t compete here anymore. This is 44th and final Masters.
Rory McIlroy faces Masters head on with career Grand Slam on the line
The 2015 Masters could close PGA Tour player Rory McIlroy's career Grand Slam but he's facing Augusta National without fear.
PGA Tour player Jason Day merges all the pieces in quest for Masters 2015 victory
PGA Tour player Jason Day keeps chasing a Masters victory after hanging around Sunday at major championships.
Matt Kuchar opens Masters week as Venus Williams' tennis partner
As Masters week opened, Matt Kuchar wasn't working on his game at Augusta National but playing an exhibition with Venus Williams instead.
Gary Player on Tiger Woods at the Masters: Only Tiger knows if he has the chipping ‘yips’
Tiger Woods wasn't on the ground Sunday at Augusta National but past Masters champions weighed in on his game.
Ben Crenshaw will fill Arnold Palmer's shoes at Masters Par 3 Contest
Masters Par 3 Contest will include Ben Crenshaw in the Big Three pairing instead of Arnold Palmer, who is out with an injury.
Adam Scott puts long putter back in his bag for Masters at Augusta National
After playing three straight tournament with a conventional putter, Adam Scott will put a long putter back in his bag for the Masters.
Tiger Woods' 2015 Masters return leaves one question: Why?
Tiger Woods at the 2015 Masters decision to return and play at Augusta National Golf Club leaves unanswered questions.
Top American? Put Valero Texas Open winner Jimmy Walker in that mix
The answer to the question, "Who is the top American golfer?" used to be an easy one. That was the Tiger Woods era. Now, there's a whole string of candidates, among them Jimmy Walker.
VIDEO: Bubba Watson, Jimmy Fallon play pie golf on 'The Tonight Show'
Bubba Watson appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Monday night and competed against Fallon in a game of pie golf.
Zach Johnson lands Bay Hill's second albatross in two days
One day after Daniel Berger made double-eagle 2 at Bay Hill’s 549-yard, dogleg sixth hole (4-iron, 240 yards), Zach Johnson produced a little Bay Hill magic of his own.
Sam Saunders bounces back in grandfather Arnold Palmer's backyard, Bay Hill
Sam Saunders recovered on the back nine at Bay Hill to move into contention at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, which his hosted by his grandfather, Arnie.
After bogey-free 65 at Bay Hill, Kiradech Aphibarnrat in hunt at PGA Tour Arnold Palmer Invitational
Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnat moved into contention at the Arnold Palmer Invitational after firing a 7-under 65 Saturday at Bay Hill.
Kevin Na claws his way onto Arnold Palmer Invitational's leaderboard at Bay Hill
Kevin Na put himself in good position an the PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational by using a claw putting grip inside 20 feet and a traditional grip outside of that mark at Bay Hill.
Robert Gamez starts new chapter at Bay Hill during PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational
Robert Gamez is playing in his second competitive round since having quadruple-bypass heart surgery in June at the PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
Arnold Palmer and Sam Saunders make up a coming-of-age story at Bay Hill PGA Tour stop
Arnold Palmer and Sam Saunders, each his own man, enter Bay Hill week with a special kind of bond. Through the years, it has become stronger than ever.
Tiger Woods will skip Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, hopes to be ready for Masters
Tiger Woods will not play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, Woods announced Friday via his website.
Jordan Spieth returns to PGA Tour stop at Innisbrook with fond memories of pivotal finish
Jordan Spieth, then 19, needed a solid finish on Sunday at the 2013 Valspar Championship to secure status as a special temporary member on the PGA Tour.
John Daly calls PGA Tour’s drug-testing program 'a big joke' on radio show
John Daly, on a radio show Tuesday night, called the PGA Tour's anti-doping testing program "a big joke."
Depth in pro golf, post-Tiger Woods prime, makes winning on PGA Tour, other tours a tougher task than ever
During his prime, Tiger Woods lulled most all of us into believing that winning on PGA Tour is easy. But that is far from the case.
Alex Cejka endures for maiden PGA Tour title at Puerto Rico Open
Alex Cejka won the PGA Tour's 2015 Puerto Rico Open at Trump International Golf Club Puerto Rico for his first PGA Tour victory.
PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open up for grabs heading into final round
Alex Cejka fell back during the third round of the PGA Tour's 2015 Puerto Rico Open, opening the door for Scott Brown and Chris Smith, who leading heading into Sunday's final round.
Local Erick Morales ‘living the dream’ at PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open
Erick Morales is just a normal guy, a former college player at Rutgers who works at an eyeglass distribution center. But this week at the Puerto Rico Open, he's living the dream.
John Daly eyes top-10 at PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open
John Daly looks for a top 10 at the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open, where he is 2 under through two rounds.
Long-hitting Brandon Hagy turns heads at PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open
Brandon Hagy, a former Cal standout, is turning heads at the PGA Tour's 2015 Puerto Rico Open with his long drives and impressive swing speed.
PGA Tour rookie Mark Hubbard aims for 'trifecta' in Puerto Rico
To say it’s been an eventful few weeks for PGA Tour rookie Mark Hubbard would be a bit of an understatement.
David Duval tees it up at PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open before donning TV analyst hat for Golf Channel
David Duval played 18 holes at the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open before reporting for afternoon television duty in the Golf Channel booth.
Putting tip sparks Luke Donald at PGA Tour's Honda Classic
Luke Donald is in contention at the Honda Classic thanks in part to a putting tip from Northwestern head coach Pat Goss.
Brooks Koepka makes cut at PGA Tour's Honda Classic after 14-stroke turnaround
Brooks Koepka rebounded from an opening 8-over 78 to card a second-round 64 and make the cut Friday at the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Rory McIlroy struggles at 2015 Honda Classic in PGA Tour return
Rory McIlroy, the No. 1 player in the world, shot a first-round 3-over 73 at PGA National's Champion Course during the first round of the PGA Tour's 2015 Honda Classic.
Phil Mickelson enjoys wind-blown challenge at PGA Tour's Honda Classic
Phil Mickelson shot a 71 in the first round of the PGA Tour's 2015 Honda Classic at PGA National and noted how the wind and water hazards made the course difficult.
Past Honda champs grind for another shot at PGA Tour glory
Three former Honda Classic champions lingered on the range Wednesday after most practice had wrapped up. There is no room for rest in this game.
Greg Norman on Tiger Woods: He's mentally ‘unraveled’
In a “Today Show” interview on NBC, Greg Norman expressed doubts that Tiger Woods can make the climb back to the pinnacle of the game.
Reason for Ryder Cup optimism with U.S., Davis Love III and Redeem Team II
For those who view the Ryder Cup through red, white and blue lenses, we've been hovering over the hospital bed, gravely distressed. How did we get ourselves into this mess?
Jimmy Walker calls Riviera favorite PGA Tour playground as he tees up at Northern Trust Open
One guy to watch as the Northern Trust Open gets underway today outside Los Angeles? Jimmy Walker, who has been solid and consistent since the fall of 2013.
Could U.S. Ryder Cup captaincy find Davis Love III for a second time?
Reports surfaced Monday that Davis Love III would captain the U.S. Ryder Cup team in 2016. Could a troubled U.S. Ryder Cup team forge into its future by once again reaching into its past?
2015 inductees Mark O’Meara, David Graham visit World Golf Hall of Fame
Mark O’Meara and David Graham, two members of the World Golf Hall of Fame's 2015 induction class, made a first-time visit to the shrine Monday.
Champions Tour golfer Jim Thorpe reflects on 'inspiration' of Charlie Sifford's life
Ahead of the Allianz Championship, veteran touring pro Jim Thorpe recalls the importance of Charlie Sifford, who died Feb. 3 at age 92, to the world of golf.
Champions Tour eyes options for Charles Schwab Cup playoff system
One element of the Champions Tour’s historic 20-year marketing extension with Charles Schwab & Co., sponsor of the season-ending Schwab Cup, is to add some spice to the end of the schedule with a couple of playoff events leading into the 30-man finale.
Tiger Woods needs his old swagger, Colin Montgomerie says
When it comes to Tiger Woods and his recent struggles, there is no short supply of opinions on what’s happening with the former World No. 1, and what he should do next.
Nolan Henke will make his Champions Tour debut this week at the Allianz Championship and stepping insde the ropes once again
Having been on golf’s sidelines for the better part of, oh, a decade, Nolan Henke will make his Champions Tour debut at this week’s Allianz Championship at the Old Course at Broken Sound.