Fowler returns to big stage and takes lead in Vegas

Rickie Fowler returned to the spotlight Saturday in the foothills above Las Vegas with his best round in three years, a 9-under 63 that gave him a two-shot lead over Rory McIlroy going into the final round of the CJ Cup at Summit.

Fowler returns to big stage and takes lead in Vegas

Report: Martin has right leg amputated

Casey Martin, the Oregon golf coach who successfully sued the PGA Tour for the right to use a cart because of a rare circulatory disease, had his right leg amputated in what he told Golf Digest was always going to be “my destiny.”

Report: Martin has right leg amputated

Jimenez, Cejka tied for lead in SAS Championship

Miguel Angel Jimenez eagled the par-5 17th in a 4-under 68 for a share of the second-round lead Saturday with Alex Cejka in the PGA Tour Champions’ SAS Championship.

Canada’s Hughes goes low at CJ Cup

Dundas, Ont., product Mackenzie Hughes fires a round of 10-under 62, rising 48 spots on the leaderboard and into a tie for eighth place heading into weekend play at the CJ Cup at the Summit in Las Vegas, Bob Weeks writes.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

Rahm fails to make cut at Andalucía Masters; Langasque leads

Jon Rahm’s woes back in Spain only worsened on Friday when he failed to make the cut at the Andalucía Masters. The top-ranked Rahm shot 3-over 74 through Friday’s second round, finishing with a share of 99th place and 14 strokes off the lead of Romain Langasque.

Parel shoots 65, takes one-shot lead in SAS Championship

Scott Parel shot a bogey-free 7-under 65 on Friday to take the first-round lead in the PGA Tour Champions' SAS Championship.

Streb leads a day of low scoring in CJ Cup

Robert Streb went from making putts to wondering if he would ever miss Thursday in the CJ Cup at Summit. It led to his best start to any tournament and his lowest score on the PGA Tour.

Hadwin ready to get back on track

Canadian confident he’s turned the corner after an overhaul of his game and a season full of struggles, Bob Weeks writes.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

Rahm's struggles continue with 7-over round in Spain

Jon Rahm’s struggles at home continued on Thursday with a 7-over 78 that matched his second worst round ever as a professional and left him 11 shots off the clubhouse lead at the Andalucía Masters.

Im runs the table in Las Vegas victory

Im runs the table in Las Vegas victory

Sungjae Im turned a shootout into a one-man show Sunday in Las Vegas, running the tables with seven birdies in eight holes around the turn for a 9-under 62 and a four-shot victory in the Shriners Children's Open.

After Rahm struggles, Cabrera Bello wins Spanish Open

With Jon Rahm out of contention, Rafa Cabrera Bello prevailed in a Spanish duel with Adri Arnaus on the first playoff hole to win the Spanish Open on Sunday.

Mickelson holds off Jimenez for third PGA Tour Champions win

Phil Mickelson won for the third time in four career starts on the PGA Tour Champions, closing with a 4-under 68 on Sunday for a two-shot victory in the Constellation Furyk & Friends.

Schenk leads, Hadwin four back in Vegas

Adam Schenk let the wind do the work for a driver onto the green at the par-4 15th, setting up three birdies over his last four holes for a 5-under 66 and a one-shot lead, the second time in his last five starts he has held the 54-hole lead. Canadian Adam Hadwin is four shots back of the lead at 14-under.

Ko gets 13th straight round in 60s, leads at Founders

One more round in the 60s at the Founders Cup is all Jin Young Ko needs to join Annika Sorenstam in the LPGA Tour record book. That might be all it takes to win the Founders Cup, too.

Ex-NBA guard Smith makes tournament debut as college golfer

J.R. Smith couldn’t help but feel anxious, but he had never been in the situation like he was Monday: lining up tee shots as a 36-year-old freshman walk-on playing his first college golf tournament for North Carolina A&T at Elon’s Phoenix Invitational.

Rahm struggles in 3rd round of Spanish Open, 6 shots back

World No. 1 Jon Rahm will need a big comeback to have a chance at successfully defending his Spanish Open title.

Mickelson rides hot stretch to 2-shot lead on Champions Tour

Phil Mickelson needed only three holes to go from lagging behind to seizing control with an eagle-birdie-birdie stretch that carried him to a 5-under 67 and a two-shot lead Saturday in the Constellation Furyk & Friends Invitational.

Burns one back after two rounds in Vegas

Sam Burns made a pair of 6-foot par putts on the only two greens he missed in regulation, ran off eight birdies in the morning for an 8-under 63 that left him a shot behind Sungjae Im and Chad Ramey on Friday in the Shriners Children's Open.

Ko leads, Henderson five back at foggy Founders Cup

Jin Young Ko had a three-stroke lead with four holes left Friday when second-round play in the LPGA Tour's Cognizant Founders Cup was suspended because of darkness. Canadian Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., shot a one-under 70 to sit five strokes back heading into the weekend.

Rahm a shot off the lead entering weekend at Spanish Open

Jon Rahm had a lackluster second round at the Spanish Open on Friday, carding a 4-under 67 to stay one shot behind leader Wil Besseling going into the weekend.

Kang eagles last hole for 61 and two-shot lead at Shriners Children's Open

Sung Kang found the missing piece to his game and put everything together Thursday in the Shriners Children's Open for a 10-under 61 that gave him a two-shot lead after the first round.

Ko has early lead at Founders Cup, 11 straight rounds in 60s

Jin Young Ko put a tough loss behind her quickly and ran off six birdies over a seven-hole stretch on the back nine for an 8-under 63 on Thursday to build a three-shot lead in the Cognizant Founders Cup.

Burns pulls away in Mississippi for second win of the year

Sam Burns ran off four birdies in a six-hole stretch to start the back nine and pulled away for a 5-under 67 to win the Sanderson Farms Championship on Sunday for his second PGA Tour victory this year.

Boutier rallies with a 63 to win ShopRite LPGA

Celine Boutier birdied two of her last three holes for an 8-under 63 and won the ShopRite LPGA Classic on Sunday when South Korea's best two players faltered down the stretch Sunday.

Park, Ko tied at the top in ShopRite LPGA

Park, Ko tied at the top in ShopRite LPGA

Inbee Park birdied three of her last five holes to match Jin Young Ko with a 6-under 65 and the leave two top South Koreans in the world tied for the lead Saturday in the ShopRite LPGA.

Bursey builds a two-shot lead at Uplands Golf Club

Blair Bursey shot a 3-under round of 67 and is in the driver’s seat heading into the final round of the Reliance Properties DCBank Open, the season-ending Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada tournament.

Theegala fires 64, leads at Sanderson Farms Championship

California rookie Sahith Theegala carved his tee shots into play and made it look easy from there Thursday for an 8-under 64 and a one-shot lead over Nick Watney and Harold Varner III in the Sanderson Farms Championship.

Brock wins six straight holes, takes US Women's Mid-Am crown

Blakesly Brock won six straight holes in the middle of the championship match Thursday and sailed to a 5-and-4 victory over Aliea Clark to win the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur.

DeChambeau fits right in with long drivers

It wasn’t quite the same as competing in the Ryder Cup, but Bryson DeChambeau still had plenty of enthusiasm and excitement when he teed off Tuesday at the Professional Long Drivers Association World Championship in Mesquite, Nev.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

U.S. beats Europe for decisive Ryder Cup win

The Americans won back the Ryder Cup and perhaps a whole lot more Sunday, sending a strong message to Europe with a powerful performance from their youngest team in history.

Ryder Cup

Americans set new course with Ryder Cup win

It’s hard to think of anything American team captain Steve Stricker didn’t accomplish this week at Whistling Straits. First and foremost, his side won the Ryder Cup, trouncing the Europeans 19-9 in a one-sided affair.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

The likely end of an era for Europe at the Ryder Cup arrived -- and it wasn't pretty

As the United States team celebrated wildly around the 18th green after winning the Ryder Cup in a record-breaking 19-9 rout at Whistling Straits on Sunday, the 12 European players and captain Padraig Harrington sat on stools in a nearby tent for post-match interviews.

Mark Schlabach

Tears fall, putts don't: Europe overmatched at Ryder Cup

Rory McIlroy's face reddened and his eyes welled up with tears. It was hard not to see this coming. His most difficult week at the Ryder Cup — one of his most difficult weeks in golf — came to a merciful close Sunday. Finally, he won a match. To call it a bittersweet finish would probably be too kind.

DJ settles score at Whistling Straits, winning all 5 matches

Dustin Johnson was making the short stroll from the 10th green to the 11th tee at Whistling Straits when the galleries on either side of the narrow path began roaring: “MVP! MVP! MVP!”

DeChambeau, Koepka 'wanted to play together,' hug after Ryder Cup win

Things went so well for the U.S. Ryder Cup team this week that by the end of the 19-9 blowout victory, Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka were hugging. Several times.

Bob Harig

Casullo takes the early lead in Victoria

Marc Casullo shot a 5-under round of 65 Thursday to take the clubhouse lead at the weather-delayed Reliance Properties DCBank Open. The Aurora, Ontario, native holds a two-shot lead over Travis Fredborg and Eric Banks with half the field still looking to complete the first round after heavy rain delayed play for four hours.

Choi wins at Pebble Beach for first PGA Tour Champions victory

K.J. Choi shot a closing 4-under 68 Sunday for a two-shot victory over Bernhard Langer and Alex Cejka at the PURE Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach for his first PGA Tour Champions win.

Americans building toward a blowout at the Ryder Cup

Even with their best start in 46 years, the Americans wanted to wipe the slate clean and play Saturday as if the Ryder Cup was just starting.

USA leads 11-5 going into Sunday singles at Ryder Cup

The United States entered the second day at the Ryder Cup with a nice lead. On Saturday, it increased it and now the Americans head into Sunday with a six-point lead over Europe at Whistling Straits.

Mark Schlabach

U.S. storms out to big opening day lead at Ryder Cup

U.S. storms out to big opening day lead at Ryder Cup

The Americans got production from almost every corner, including the six rookies on the team, using hot putters to push out to a strong 6-2 lead against the Europeans on the first day of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits, Bob Weeks writes.

U.S. storms out to big opening day lead at Ryder Cup
- Bob Weeks

Fitzpatrick hopes for better start, more action at Ryder Cup

Matt Fitzpatrick's Ryder Cup debut wasn't great. He lost. Europe lost. And he never really felt like he played any real golf.

The Americans prepare for the 'big one' at home Ryder Cup

The U.S. bring another loaded team to Whistling Straits, 11 of them among the top 16 players in the world. Not only is it a home game, the travel restrictions because of COVID-19 make this crowd even more one-sided than Lambeau Field.

At 48, Westwood makes 11th Ryder Cup appearance

The 48-year-old Englishman is heading into his record-tying 11th Ryder Cup this week. At his first one, in 1997, he partnered with Nick Faldo, who is now 64 and doing TV work.

DeChambeau: No feuding with Koepka at Ryder Cup

Not only does Bryson DeChambeau believe everything will be fine between him and Brooks Koepka this week at the Ryder Cup, he hinted that some sort of collaboration is in the works.

Bob Harig

'COVID Envelope' contingency plan in place at Ryder Cup in event player tests positive for virus

There's a plan in place in the event a player contracts COVID-19 and is unable to play in singles Sunday at the Ryder Cup -- and it is being called the "COVID Envelope."

Bob Harig

'I don't know if I can do it' - Tales from the first tee at the Ryder Cup

First-tee jitters are a thing. But at the Ryder Cup, they escalate to a level that makes for considerable discomfort among professional golfers.

Bob Harig

Europe's Ryder Cup team gets motivational history lesson

European captain Padraig Harrington made it clear on the first night together at the Ryder Cup that his players have a place in history, one by one.

The lapsed fan's guide to the Koepka vs. DeChambeau feud

In 2004, when Ryder Cup captain Hal Sutton paired Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods together at Oakland Hills, it was considered bold.

Tom VanHaaren

Can the U.S. Ryder Cup team get along for one week?

Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are unlikely to sit together, eat together or chit-chat together this week at the Ryder Cup. But what if they played together? Would the previously derisive "Brooksy'' chants from the gallery then be considered complimentary?

- Bob Harig
Can the U.S. Ryder Cup team get along for one week?

Nine rookies should learn from McIlroy and know the Ryder Cup is a big deal

Rory McIlroy chuckles, somewhat sheepishly, as words from part of his past are played out before him. Call it the naivete of youth, an understandably uninformed take on a subject that he had yet to have the opportunity to fully experience.

Bob Harig

Homa rallies to win Fortinet Championship at Silverado

Max Homa holed out from the rough from 95 yards for eagle on the par-4 12th to start a back-nine comeback and added three birdies for a 7-under 65 and a one-stroke victory Sunday in the season-opening Fortinet Championship.

Ko wins rain-shortened Cambia Portland Classic

Jin Young Ko won the rain-shortened Cambia Portland Classic on Sunday for her second victory in her last three LPGA Tour starts.

PGA Tour News

Fowler returns to big stage and takes lead in Vegas

Rickie Fowler returned to the spotlight Saturday in the foothills above Las Vegas with his best round in three years, a 9-under 63 that gave him a two-shot lead over Rory McIlroy going into the final round of the CJ Cup at Summit.

Report: Martin has right leg amputated

Casey Martin, the Oregon golf coach who successfully sued the PGA Tour for the right to use a cart because of a rare circulatory disease, had his right leg amputated in what he told Golf Digest was always going to be “my destiny.”

Canada’s Hughes goes low at CJ Cup

Dundas, Ont., product Mackenzie Hughes fires a round of 10-under 62, rising 48 spots on the leaderboard and into a tie for eighth place heading into weekend play at the CJ Cup at the Summit in Las Vegas, Bob Weeks writes.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

Mitchell builds five-shot lead at CJ Cup; Hughes seven back after 62

Rory McIlroy was trying to illustrate how deep the talent pool is on the PGA Tour by sharing a story about how impressed he was with Keith Mitchell the first time they played together.

Streb leads a day of low scoring in CJ Cup

Robert Streb went from making putts to wondering if he would ever miss Thursday in the CJ Cup at Summit. It led to his best start to any tournament and his lowest score on the PGA Tour.

Hadwin ready to get back on track

Canadian confident he’s turned the corner after an overhaul of his game and a season full of struggles, Bob Weeks writes.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

Im runs the table in Las Vegas victory

Sungjae Im turned a shootout into a one-man show Sunday in Las Vegas, running the tables with seven birdies in eight holes around the turn for a 9-under 62 and a four-shot victory in the Shriners Children's Open.

EPGA News & Videos

Horschel wins at Wentworth; Toms takes playoff in St. Louis

Billy Horschel felt aggrieved this week at the manner in which he missed out on a U.S. Ryder Cup team. So he took down a bunch of leading Europeans by himself.

Højgaard fires 63 to win European Masters by one shot

Rasmus Højgaard fired a 7-under round of 63 to win the European Masters on Sunday by one stroke from Bernd Wiesberger, who made double bogey at the 18th after hitting into green-side water.

Burmester leads by one stroke at European Masters

Dean Burmester took a one-stroke lead after the second round of the European Masters in the Swiss Alps on Friday with five birdies in a 5-under 65.

Hill wins Cazoo Classic for first European Tour title

Calum Hill of Scotland closed with a 5-under 67 for a one-stroke victory at the Cazoo Classic on Sunday to clinch his first European Tour title.

LPGA News & Videos

Ko gets wire-to-wire win at Founders and ties Annika record

Jin Young Ko finished off a wire-to-wire victory Sunday in the Cognizant Founders Cup with her 14th consecutive round in the 60s that matched a 16-year record held by Annika Sorenstam.

Ko gets 13th straight round in 60s, leads at Founders

One more round in the 60s at the Founders Cup is all Jin Young Ko needs to join Annika Sorenstam in the LPGA Tour record book. That might be all it takes to win the Founders Cup, too.

Ko leads, Henderson five back at foggy Founders Cup

Jin Young Ko had a three-stroke lead with four holes left Friday when second-round play in the LPGA Tour's Cognizant Founders Cup was suspended because of darkness. Canadian Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., shot a one-under 70 to sit five strokes back heading into the weekend.

Ko has early lead at Founders Cup, 11 straight rounds in 60s

Jin Young Ko put a tough loss behind her quickly and ran off six birdies over a seven-hole stretch on the back nine for an 8-under 63 on Thursday to build a three-shot lead in the Cognizant Founders Cup.

LPGA loses Japan event to pandemic, leaving 1 stop in Asia

The Toto Japan Classic is no longer part of the LPGA Tour schedule because of pandemic, leaving only one tournament as part of the tour's Asian swing in the fall.

Henderson rallies in final round to tie for second in Shoprite Classic

Canada's Brooke Henderson rallied with a bogey-free 64 on Sunday to finish tied for second at the Shoprite Classic. The Smiths Falls, Ont., native shot 13-under for her first top-10 finish since May.

PGA Tour Canada

Bursey takes the lead at Uplands Golf Club

Blair Bursey shot a bogey-free round of 65 to take the second-round clubhouse lead at the Reliance Properties DCBank Open. After completing his weather-delayed first round in the morning, the Gander, Newfoundland, native recorded five birdies to head into the weekend at 8-under, one shot ahead of Victoria amateur Jeevan Sihota.

Bursey takes the lead at Uplands Golf Club

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