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It's the most prestigious season-ending award in golf. OK, maybe not. But, from Phil and Bones, to Tiger and question marks, to Lexi and rules, here are The Rexys. Read More
Donald Trump’s first year in office didn’t dim his enthusiasm for golf. Here's our No. 2 Newsmaker, the President of the United States. Read More
The year has come full circle for Tiger Woods. It began with promise, turned to disappointment, then to turbulence, and back to promise. Read More

Today in Golf

Matt Ginella reveals what you need to do to get on the Old Course at St. Andrews.

Bernhard Langer gets older. Bernhard Langer gets better. It's not supposed to work that way, but it is for our No. 8 Newsmaker.
How might the golf landscape have shifted with minor changes to major championships? Take a look at the five biggest what-ifs of 2017.
Georgia Hall jokes about her second round 67 after playing well on just two hours of sleep at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
Equipment insider Matt Adams visits the Titleist Ball Plant to see the final step of manufacturing.
Matt Ginella and Geoff Shackelford review the reactions to their Ultimate 18 designs
Kelsey MacDonald is fighting for her tour card with her best friend on the bag at the Omega Ladies Dubai Classic
Watch early first round highlights from morning play at the Joburg Open.
With seven PGA Tour Champions wins and controversy surrounding his putting, Bernhard Langer comes in at No. 8 on the 2017 Newsmaker of the Year series.
Increase your distance by doing speed and strength training on your non-dominant side like Cameron Davis, who recently won the Australian PGA Championship after displaying both swings on the range.
People use the term "journeyman" in a negative light. But to be able to carve out a long, sustained career on the PGA Tour is quite an accomplishment.
Money may not be able to buy happiness, but it can definitely by a nice car, and that can definitely make you happy.
Watch first round action from the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic where Supamas Sangchan has a one shot lead after firing a bogey-free 67.
Georgia Hall comments on her late arrival and opening round 70 at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters.
Nanna Madsen sizes up her opening round 68 at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
Supamas Sangchan comments on her bogey-free, five birdie opening round 67 at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
Louis De Jager, Carlos Pigem, and J.C. Ritchie look ahead to taking on Randpark Golf Club at the Joburg Open.
U2 uses mini golf to raise money for the RED campaign, and makes a funny video to promote it in this Daily Drop Zone.
Dylan Frittelli won the Mauritius Open with only 13 clubs in his bag and by using a compass to gauge wind direction on the 71st hole.
Randpark Golf Club welcomes the world to the Joburg Open. Hear from the past winner Darren Fichardt and fellow pros ahead of play.