5 Things: Ted Potter Jr. needed a furious finish and patience in a sudden-death playoff to pick up his first career PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the Greenbrier Classic.
5 Things: Webb Simpson takes control at Greenbrier while J.B. Holmes and Troy Kelly try to get their respective seasons untracked in West Virginia.
Big Australian Marc Leishman fires a final-round, 8-under 62 to vault up the leaderboard and capture his first PGA Tour victory at the Travelers Championship.
In a battle of Texas Longhorns - one current and one future - Jordan Spieth, 18, got the better of Beau Hossler, 17, for low-amateur status at the U.S. Open on Sunday.
Beau Hossler, 17, might have a baby face, but his game is mature enough. And after an even-par 70 on Saturday at the U.S. Open, he's focused on winning it all.
At 17, Beau Hossler never expected to be leading a U.S. Open. But, for a short time, the world took notice of a teenager maturing before our eyes.
Andy Zhang, 14, had some bad (two doubles and a triple), some good (two birdies) and a lot of nerves as he played his first round in a major championship.
Don't care about Thursday's big-name pairings? We've got 10 others you should keep an eye on throughout the day, courtesy of our Nick Masuda.
On the surface, Brooks and Chase Koepka have had a banner eight months, with four titles between them. However, life off the course has been anything but easy for the talented brothers.
Andy Zhang stole headlines across the world over the past 24 hours as the youngest player in U.S. Open history, but that only begins to tell the 14-year-old's story.
Andy Zhang, 14, will be the youngest golfer ever in the U.S. Open, having received a spot into this week's event at The Olympic Club after Paul Casey withdrew because of an injury.
Dennis Miller - no, not the comedian - is living in a fairy tale and has no intention of leaving it this week at the U.S. Open in San Francisco, says our Nick Masuda.
5 Things: Brooks Koepka had an immediate chance to re-conquer the par-5 18th and grabbed the final qualifying spot in a playoff at the U.S. Open sectional in Florida.
5 Things: Tiger Woods showed his old flair for the dramatic on Sunday, overcoming a three-shot deficit on the back nine to win the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village.
2012 U.S. Open: From Davis Love III to Beau Hossler, there are plenty of big names across all walks of golf that are ready to take on one of today's 11 U.S. Open qualifiers.
5 Things: Zach Johnson - despite an odd, post-round two-stroke penalty - won his second Colonial title Sunday in what turned out to be a match-play style afternoon with the red-hot Jason Dufner.
At 15, Carl Yuan sports an uncanny ability to stay calm under the toughest of situations. And, on Thursday in central Florida, that helped him move one step closer to the U.S. Open.
In the youngest class of finalists in its 11-year history, UCLA's Patrick Cantlay, Texas' Jordan Spieth and Stanford's Patrick Rodgers have been named finalists for the prestigious Hogan Award.
2012 Palmer Cup: The U.S. will boast plenty of young talent, as well as a few veterans as it travels to Northern Ireland to try and make it three Cup victories in a row.
2012 Palmer Cup: Team Europe, led by Swedish National Team coach Rickard Lindberg, will feature a roster that could put an end to its two-year losing streak.
5 Things: From Ben Curtis simply not giving shots away, to Matt Every's failure to seize another opportunity to TPC San Antonio wreaking havoc on Kevin Na yet again . . .
From Fred Couples' impression of Bubba Watson to Adam Scott's plans to buy post-round drinks, here is what the players were saying after Sunday's final round.
5 Things: Bubba Watson was trending toward victory Sunday, but it was his work around Augusta's greens that led him to the green every player dreams about: the jacket.
Masters notebook: Sergio Garcia says he meant it when he said he wasn't good enough to win a major, claiming he would need to get 'lucky' to do so.
The Tiger Woods who showed up at Augusta National this week is not the player with whom Masters patrons are familiar. This Tiger remains a work in progress.
Notebook: Brandt Snedeker knows exactly why he was able to shoot a 4-under 68 and leap into contention on Saturday at Augusta National: His putting.
Hunter Mahan has tried to exorcise his Ryder Cup demons by winning golf tournaments. Maybe a green jacket will help everyone else forget too.
Whether he was trying to convince himself of it or not, Tiger Woods says that he still has a chance on Sunday despite his even-par 72 and 3-over total.
5 Things: Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods packed the media room for their scheduled press conferences, but one seemed to walk away on Tuesday with more obstacles than the other.
Luke Donald says he has two advantages over the field: His short game and the fact that he can go about his own business. Still, a win on Sunday would change a lot for the current World No. 1.
5 Things: Luke Donald climbs back to World No. 1 with a birdie on the first hole of a four-way playoff, while Ernie Els and Retief Goosen falter on Sunday.
5 Things: Justin Rose now has his eyes on a major victory, Bubba Watson falls apart only to get another chance and Rory McIlroy is showing why he is the World No. 1.
5 Things: FedEx Cup champion Bill Haas played it safe and wound up with the victory on Sunday at the Northern Trust Open, outlasting Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley in a playoff.
5 Things: Tiger's trouble off the tee prevented him from challenging Robert Rock on Sunday, while Rock has started 2012 with three top-12 finishes and his first win since the Italian Open.
In his 211th PGA Tour start, Kevin Na birdied Nos. 15-17 to hold off Nick Watney in Las Vegas for his first PGA Tour victory. Five Things
Tyler Whitehurst, 20, could barely play four holes of golf when he first picked up the game. On Sunday, he was one of many winners at the Special Olympics Golf Invitational in Florida.
Lost in the Steve Williams circus Sunday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational was an incredible performance by Adam Scott. 5 Things to take away from the week that was . . .
The outfit can be a bit snug, and you might look like a guy ready to jump on a Velcro wall, but Ian Poulter and Edoardo Molinari came away impressed after a motion-capture session with EA Sports. Check out Golfweek's exclusive access to the session:
Brandt Snedeker broke a three-year winless streak Sunday at The Heritage, closing in 64 and winning a playoff over Luke Donald, who had a chance to takeover the No. 1 spot in the world.
Brendan Steele captured his first PGA Tour victory with a 1-under 71 on Sunday, outlasting Kevin Chappell and Charley Hoffman to clinch a spot in the Players Championship and the Masters.
Charl Schwartzel broke through for his first major title Sunday at the Masters. Here are five things you may not know about the 26-year-old South African.
Charl Schwartzel closed with four consecutive birdies to claim the green jacket on a wild Sunday at Augusta. FIVE THINGS
K.J. Choi provided plenty of fireworks to stay in contention at the Masters, but thanks to a pairing with Tiger, did anyone notice? Nick Masuda weighs in with some thoughts heard in the gallery Saturday at Augusta.
K.J. Choi made the decision earlier in the week to use four hybrids to get the ball in the air and land it soft. The decision seems to be working, as Choi has put himself in third place.
After a breakfast of Korean rice, Y.E. Yang blitzed the field early, making four front-nine birdies. But a shaky putter down the stretch left him in a tie for fourth place.
Japan was hit with another devastating earthquake Thursday morning, leaving the Japanese players at the Masters with much more than golf to worry about.
Chris Williams didn't just jettison that monkey off his back, he hurled it like a Major League fastball.
In-bee Park blitzed the field with a final-round, 6-under 66 to overcome an overnight three-stroke deficit and capture the Daikin Orchid Ladies Tournament in Okinawa, Japan.
Nick Masuda captured these images Wednesday at Demo Day, the kickoff to PGA Merchandise Show week near Orlando, Fla.
As 2010 winds down, we take a look back at each tour's majors (and the Ryder Cup) ... but a bit differently. Check out our photo gallery, which is threaded by stand-out quotes from each event: