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Rory McIlroy is world No. 1. Jordan Spieth was last week. Jason Day may be next week. Things are very interesting at the top. Read More
PGA champion and Barclays winner Jason Day is fulfilling his potential by learning from his failures. Read More
Eight players who started the week outside the FedEx top 100 are heading to TPC Boston next week, which means eight others are headed home. Read More

Today in Golf

Zach Johnson had his best season ever, including a win at Augusta. And he did it without great length.
11/20/07 -- Two-man teams representing 28 countries are in China this week for the World Cup.
The Rat Pack may have hit the fairway with the one-of-a-kind Benoit Beisser, but his Big Break: Mesquite song and dance came to an end
This Thanksgiving week, Scott Draper, former tennis player turned pro golfer, has plenty for which to be thankful.
With this series of golf fitness classes you can improve your golf game and increase your fitness level!
11/20/07 -- The European Tour heads down under this week for the MasterCard Masters. The field will be stacked with Australians and New Zealanders.
I am sure a lot of people think that once you are eliminated from the competition, GOLF CHANNEL sends you packing and back to our home cities, but that is not the case.
As a professional wrestler, Gerry James competed as the evil Agent Orange. But it turns out that the real-life Gerry is much kinder and gentler.
Fred Couples will end a nearly eight-month break from competition when he returns to the LG Skins Game this weekend, competing alongside defending champion Stephen Ames, Masters champion Zach Johnson and Brett Wetterich.
The European Tour really has thrown a cat amongst the pigeons with their new Race for Dubai.
11/20/07 -- One of the staples of the Silly Season, the Skins Game, takes place this week at Indian Wells.
11/19/07 -- Tommy Armour III won the Callaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational on Sunday.
The PGA TOURs Nationwide Tour and Wayne Gretzky announced today that the Wayne Gretzky Foundation will host a new tournament in Canada beginning in 2008, sponsored by Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited.