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When Tom Weiskopf toughened up TPC Scottsdale two years ago, he hoped players would never reach 20 under again. It looks like he will get his wish for another year. Read More
In the pouring rain, a teary-eyed Ha Na Jang finally broke through for her first LPGA victory, quieting her critics and validating her hard work. Read More
Rickie Fowler didn't have his best stuff on Saturday, but he still has a good chance to win his fifth title in nine months on Sunday. Read More

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Scott Brown is giving new meaning to the term “baby bump.”
The Island Queen maneuvered into position to extend her domain.
Driving rains and winds of over 50 mph are in store at Torrey Pines, where players will have to weather the weather.
Just one shot back going into the final round, former No. 1 Stacy Lewis is looking to win for the first time in her last 40 starts.
K.J. Choi one-putted his last six holes Saturday to salvage an even-par 72 and a share of the lead with Scott Brown going into the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open.
Charley Hull and Anna Nordqvist are tied atop the leaderboard after 3 rounds in the Bahamas.
K.J. Choi and Scott Brown share the lead at the Farmers Insurance Open, where 16 players, including Jimmy Walker, are within three shots of the lead.
Michael Kim, who grew up about 10 minutes from Torrey Pines, has a chance to win his hometown event Sunday.
Charley Hull and Anna Nordqvist shared the lead Saturday in the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, and Ha Na Jang had the first hole-in-one on a par 4 in tour history.
Ha Na Jang made history Saturday at the Pure Silk Bahamas Classic with an albatross at the eighth hole at the Ocean Club on Paradise Island.
Just a few minutes apart on Saturday, Ben Crane and Freddie Jacobson both made eagle at the par-4 15th at Torrey Pines.
Ha Na Jang aced the par-4 8th in the third round of the LPGA season opener in the Bahamas.
Jason Gore recorded the first albatross of his career Saturday at Torrey Pines when his approach at the par-18th found the bottom of the cup.
NBC Sports and Golf Channel analyst Mark Rolfing says tests show his rare form of cancer is now ''100 percent gone.''
Branden Grace successfully defended his Qatar Masters title on Saturday, becoming the first player to do so since the tournament began in 1998.
Catch the highlights from Round 3 of the 2016 SMBC Singapore Open.
Golf Digest's Ashley Mayo joins Morning Drive to share her favorite new products and innovations from the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show.
Branden Grace calls in to Morning Drive just minutes after winning the 2016 Qatar Masters. Hear what he has to say about his title defense.
Hear from Branden Grace after his win at the 2016 Qatatr Masters.
Branden Grace wins the 2016 Qatar Masters. Get caught up with the final round.