With Europe's dominance in the last 10 Ryder Cups, the United States needs to stay out of its own way in order to get back on top.
Two of the world's top players, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy, will visit the Philippines to play an exhibition match to raise money for Alagang Kapatid.
Thanks to a season-opening win, Arkansas' Maria Fassi rockets to the top spot on the ANNIKA Award Watch List.
Ariya Jutanugarn made four straight birdies to finish her first round in 8-under 65 at the Reignwood LPGA Classic in Beijing.
The American plans to compete this week at Hazeltine National with the driver he used to win the 2015 British Open, with PXG's blessing.
As parts of Iowa recover from flooding this week, Zach Johnson is breathing a sigh of relief. He knows things could have been a lot worse for his hometown of Cedar Rapids.
Which European Ryder Cup rookie will emerge from the shadows at Hazeltine to become a hero?
Matt Kuchar's personality shines through most when “the needle” is out, those times when poking fun is the order of business.
Junior Ryder Cup golfer Wilson Furr gained several new fans from the PGA Junior League during Wednesday's friendship match at Hazeltine.
Dustin Johnson, who has worn Adidas clothes and shoes since 2007, also has signed to continue playing TaylorMade clubs.
Thanks to Arnold Palmer's charity work, Annika Sorenstam has two healthy kids with husband Mike McGee.
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