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Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy enter the FedEx Cup Playoffs coming off similar seasons that yielded markedly different perceptions. Read More
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Jason Day leads the FedEx Cup entering the playoffs. Patrick Reed is on the Ryder Cup bubble. Can the former win and the latter hang on? Read More

Today in Golf

What happens when comedy and sheer power collide? George Lopez and Oscar De La Hoya battle it out as guest referee Suzann Pettersen officiates!
Arnold Palmer hit the first shot of the tournament, and fitting enough, Phil Mickelson hit the final one.
In addition to its status as one of the favorite stops for players on the PGA Tour, Harbour Town is also one of the foremost vacation destinations for golf enthusiasts.
Phil Mickelsons Masters win, with Tiger Woods lurking but never really contending, drew much higher television ratings than last year but fell far short of the record set by Woods first title at Augusta.
Cobra Golf announces the introduction of the new Baffler Rail Hybrid, an alternative to long irons offering avid golfers more forgiveness and versatility.
Tom Watson said Sunday following the final round of the Masters that he expected to find out this week if he would earn a special exemption into the U.S.
Glutes are key when it comes to the golf swing. The gluteal muscles are essential for power and stability during the golf swing.
If youre not playing the Am Tour, these are a few reasons why you should.
Phil Mickelson may have won the Masters, but it wasn't enough to get him on top of the Power Rankings.
After a long week at the Masters, Tiger left Augusta National with no clue where his next step will lead.
Fred Couples couldnt get the break on the 12th hole that he did in 1992, effectively ending any chance the 50-year-old had at becoming the oldest winner at Augusta National.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods’ closing 69 left him tied for fourth place with K.J. Choi, whom the world No. 1 spent more time with this week than anyone else.


Tiger begrudgingly dominated the spotlight. On Sunday, Phil and Augusta National took it back.
Kim made a late charge at the Masters on Sunday, picking up five strokes in four holes to get within two of Phil Mickelson.
Westwood was runner-up to Mickelson at the Masters on Sunday, after settling for third-place finishes at the previous two majors.
Tiger Woods takes little joy in finishing among the leaders at the Masters, even though by most standards his comeback will be deemed a success.
A new wave of up and comers collides with a new resurgence of established talent. The time to move up the FedEx Cup standing is now!