Hideki Matsuyama didn't expect to break 70 on Friday, yet he posted 65 to surge ahead of the field in Shanghai.
With a second-round 69, Amy Yang moves from two to three ahead. But Michelle Wie is still lurking.
Brentley Romine breaks down his current top candidates for the 2017 Haskins Award presented by Stifel.
A special team of Golfweek’s Best course raters is on a 10-day trip through Portugal and Spain, and correspondent James R. Hansen weighs in on the group's magical travels.
UCLA's Bronte Law, the reigning ANNIKA Award winner, moves back to No. 1 on the ANNIKA Watch List as the end of the fall season closes in.
Phil Cannon, the longtime tournament director for the FedEx St. Jude Classic, died Wednesday from lung cancer at the age of 63.
Johnny Travale, who shares a swing coach with PGA Tour golfer Mackenzie Hughes, has verbally committed to Hughes' alma mater, Kent State.
Rickie Fowler fired a 7-under 65 Thursday at Sheshan International in Shanghai and sits a shot back of WGC-HSBC Champions leader Rikard Karlberg.
The PGA Tour announced Wednesday that the former Deutsche Bank Championship has a new name (again).
The World Nos. 2 and 3 will be teeing it up together in a charity event next month.
The PGA Tour announces that the AT&T Byron Nelson will move to Trinity Forest, which is not yet officially open, in 2018.
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