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Jordan Spieth added another major championship to his resume and provided multiple memorable moments during the 2017 season. Read More
Mark Hensby admits he only has himself to blame after violating the PGA Tour's anti-doping policy by leaving the golf course before providing a sample. Read More
Beginning next year, viewers will no longer be able to call-in or email rules officials to report possible infractions. It’s a glorious jettisoning of unsolicited help. Goodbye and good riddance. Read More

Today in Golf

One surprising last-minute scratch from the McGladrey Classic field was Jonathan Byrd, a Sea Island resident.
As Boo Weekely battles for his Tour card, he describes his recent ailments. And, well ... you'll just have to read.
Could 2013 be the year that Justin Rose wins his first major? The way his game is trending, it just might be.
The 'Morning Drive' team, including Ahmad Rashad, celebrates Ernie Els' birthday with a discussion about his chances to win the career slam.
Twenty-four months ago, Heath Slocum was hoisting the winners trophy at the McGladrey Classic. He begins this week at Sea Island Resort 140th in earnings and in need of a good week.
The First Time
Many Blessings
Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods have both committed to play next year's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January.
Live From Sea Island
Live From Sea Island
Wearing T-shirts and face paint honoring a fallen classmate, the Hartsville (S.C.) High School girls golf team won the Class 3A Lower State Championship Tournament.
Daughters of Atlas: Some familiar faces return for revenge, and the last remaining spot in the Championship Match is filled.
Live From Sea Island
Today's Morning Drive Featured Guest Hosts Ahmad Rashad and Steve Sands as well as Win McMurry, Alex Miceli, Gary Williams, Damon Hack, Charlie Rymer, Jonas Blixt, and Justin Rose
Michael Breed, host of 'The Golf Fix,' and Martin Hall, host of 'School of Golf' have tips to help you flight the ball lower and dispel myths about playing in the wind.
Take a look inside the numbers to see who has a chance to contend this week along the Georgia coast.
Slow play is a way of life on the PGA Tour. Fast players have adjusted by slowing down.
The PGA Tour heads to coastal Georgia for the third event of the Fall Series as the Seaside Course hosts the McGladrey Classic.
World No. 1 Yani Tseng continues to be marred in a prolonged slump, while Michael Campbell emerges from his slump to finish third at last week's Portugal Masters.
This year's Q-School marks the end of an era, one that was met with joy, yet for others, fear and frustration.