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News & Opinion

The International team trails, 4-1, in the Presidents Cup. It's a familiar spot for the home team. Read More
In the first Presidents Cup in S. Korea, the U.S. got off to its usual fast start, taking a 4-1 lead. Read More
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan announced a 34th event for next year's schedule, giving it the 'optimum' number of events. Read More

Today in Golf

Frank Nobilo and Terry Gannon recap a big day for the Internationals in day 2 at the Presidents Cup.
The U.S. is hanging on to a 5 ½ to 4 ½ lead after a day in which the Internationals fought back.
After sitting day one of the Presidents Cup, Sangmoon Bae made the most of his opportunity on Day 2 leading his team with Danny Lee to a win over Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker.
Bill Haas and Chris Kirk win the 14th hole on this shot to go 2-down with 4 to play in their match.
After a baffling rules run-in, Phil Mickelson pulled off one of his patented jaw-dropping shots,
Phil Mickelson holes out from a bunker for the second day in a row, this time for eagle from a fairway bunker on 12.
Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson lost a hole twice to Adam Scott and Jason Day in their Day 2 fourballs match, when Mickelson was provided an improper ruling.
Even the now-famous “Fanatics” were subdued relative to their previous exploits at the Presidents Cup.
Charl Schwartzel talks about his health and how he feels heading into Day 2 of the 2015 Presidents Cup.
Hear from Sammy Schmitz who sunk a hole-in-one on a par 4 en route to winning the 2015 U.S. Mid-Amateur.
Jason Day talks about what his team needs to do to gain points during Day 2 of the 2015 Presidents Cup.
Nick Price talks with Steve Burkowski before Day 2 of the 2015 Presidents Cup.
The 'Live From' crew discusses Nick Price's strategy heading into Day 2 of the 2015 Presidents Cup and some of the issues facing the International team.
Zach Johnson talks about his expectations for Day 2 of the 2015 Presidents Cup.
Jay Haas talks about his strategy for team U.S. heading into Day 2 of the Presidents Cup.
At the European Tour’s Open d’Italia, Golfing World caught up with the most celebrated Italian golfer of them all, Costantino Rocca, who was playing in the event for the last time.
Lauren Greenlief defeated defending champ Margaret Shirley, 2 and 1, to become the youngest-ever champion of the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur.
Thanks in part to a timely ace on a par-4, Sammy Schmitz defeated Marc Dull, 3 and 2, in the U.S. Mid-Amateur final to earn his first USGA title and a likely invite to the Masters.
First-round highlights from the 2015 Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia, where Alison Lee and Xi Yu Lin share a one shot lead.
Matthew Fitzpatrick birdied his final two holes to card a seven-under par round of 64 and lead by one stroke on the first day of the British Masters.