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Last year, we named 10 players to watch in 2015. So how did they do? Some, like Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler, shined. Others, like Luke Donald, struggled mightily. Read More
Jordan Spieth overcame a disastrous start to finish eagle-birdie and move into second place in the Australian Open. Read More
Adam Scott's final stroke of the putter put a smile on his face and gave him hope that he's not out of the Australian Open mix. Read More

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Welcome to the next evolution in golf fitness ' The Roberts Flex-Fit Method

GOLF CHANNEL has added exclusive, early-round coverage of The Presidents Cup to its tournament lineup starting in 2009, and will put its own mark on the telecast by offering viewers a second chance to watch with replays in prime time and originating its signature nightly news programming from Harding Park Golf Course in San Francisco, Calif.
Phil Mickelson has returned for his annual British Open warmup at the Scottish Open at Loch Lomond.
This weeks Let's Be Frank talks about Tiger's Drug Test among other topics!
Michelle Wie has been given a sponsor's exemption to play in the $2.25 million Canadian Women's Open, the Royal Canadian Golf Association said.
Over the past 7 years you have shared your fitness success with me and now I would like to share with other viewers to encourage them!
Travel across the Atlantic and you can play every course in the Open Championship Rota
He hasnt been back to survey the destruction, not that Zach Johnson really needs it.
This weeks Let's Be Frank talks about The Truth About Toe Up among other topics!
PGA officials have blamed an error by its ticketing agency for thousands of duplicate tickets mailed out for next month's PGA Championship in suburban Detroit.
Is Anthony Kim already the best player without a Major? Watch Grey Goose 19th Hole on the Golf Channel Wednesdays 9 p.m. ET and Thursdays 11:30 p.m. ET.
GOLF CHANNEL chats with Cheyenne Woods, Tiger's niece, who recently signed to play college golf for Wake Forest University.
With five days left until Open Championship week, GOLF CHANNEL's Tim Rosaforte wonders if it's Sergio's time to finally win a major.
Annika Sorenstam says her last Major will be the 2008 Ricoh Women's British Open.
Royal Birkdale media representative Gordon Jeffery shares insight on the course layout and playing conditions for the 2008 Open Championship.
Golf Digest Senior Travel Editor Matt Ginella journeys to Washington to check out Chambers Bay, a brand new links-style course like St. Andrews, that will host the 2015 U.S. Open.
Sophie and Kim battle it out! Who will win it all? Watch now!
Golf Channel's Big Break Ka'anapali is down to its finale: Kim and Sophie battle for an LPGA Tour event exemption and a brand new BMW during an 18-hole matchplay showdown.
Kenny Perry never imagined facing so much criticism over where to play golf.