Consider Round 1 of Tiger Woods' Northwestern Mutual World Classic to have been filled with many hits (the field average for the 18 players was 72.78, with 64 bogeys) and barely any giggles.
Tiger Woods conceded that moving his end-of-year World Challenge tournament from southern California to central Florida made sense, albeit with some emotions.
Angel Cabrera seeks to defend his Argentina Open title in his home country as the LatinoAmerica Series wraps up; Q-School still packs pressure for status on Web.com Tour from all walks; plus more notes from pro golf.
Jordan Spieth has re-defined the expression “making all the right moves” since leaving the University of Texas early in his sophomore year – and is looking beyond his rookie-of-the-year season on PGA Tour.
This weekend would certainly fall into a time of year considered the 'offseason' that touring pros openly seek -- yet 39 of the world’s top 50 players are playing golf.
Touring pros often speak of seeking an 'offseason,' but tournaments such as Tiger Woods' World Challenge boast strong fields nonetheless; plus standout rookie Jordan Spieth's outlook, Angel Cabrera's chase of another Argentinian Open and more in this week's recap of pro notes from senior writer Jim McCabe.
Gene Sarazen, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson are among American PGA Tour stars to win the Australian Open -- but few follow their footsteps on the trek these days.
Had Connor Arendell wanted to enjoy the European Tour card he had just secured, he didn’t really have the time. He went from Spain to Florida for the Web.Com Tour's second stage of Q-School.
Adam Scott's successful Australian Masters defense, followed by a team win at the World Cup, overshadowed two good performances from Matt Kuchar.
Former LPGA players remember Lenny Wirtz -- better known as a college-basketball referee -- for his devotion to women's pro golf in the 1960s and remain thankful for all he contributed.