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After two weeks of squirrelly ball-striking, Jordan Spieth is moving up the leaderboard thanks to some much improved iron play. Read More
The Memorial Tournament will welcome an elite field next week, but it won’t host the competitive return of five-time champion Tiger Woods. Read More
San Diego State coach Ryan Donovan takes a tough-love approach with his players, and it's working at the NCAAs. Read More
Today in Golf
Top instructor Mike Bender on how Zach Johnson grooved his wedge game prior to his 2007 Masters win.
Tiger Woods spent the better part of Friday afternoon trying to dig himself out of a hole at Turnberry.
Tiger Woods has entered the Bridgestone Invitational next week at Firestone, making it official that he will play three straight events concluding with the final major of the year.
Tennessee amateur Tim Jackson left Greg Norman and Joey Sindelar behind Friday in the U.S. Senior Open.
Graeme Storm shot another 4-under 68 Friday to share the lead after the second round of the Moravia Silesia Open.
Tom Watsons game has crashed to earth at Crooked Stick.
Playing for the sixth straight week on a road trip that has taken him to five countries, John Daly felt as though he hit rock bottom Friday with his worst score ever in a regular PGA Tour event that left him wondering whether he should quit.
Tiger Woods had the best five-hole start of his career, chipping in for eagle and making four birdies.
From Buick to Firestone, Rex Hoggard notes the trunk-slammers and the commitment-makers.
Alexis Thompson pulled away to win the girls division at the Junior PGA Championship on Friday, and T.J. Vogel took the boys title on the TPC Rivers Bend course.
It's down the stretch in the race to make the Solheim Cup team, and Natalie Gulbis should be nervous.
Catriona Matthew of Scotland hit a hole-in-one in a 5-under 67 Friday to share the second-round lead with Giulia Sergas of Italy at the Womens British Open.
From motor oil to iced tea, Arnold Palmer has endorsed products and services that have made him a household name.
A look at how Arnold Palmer became famous not only for golf, but for a delicious refreshing beverage.
Arnold Palmer regularly participates in a daily competition that takes places at his home course, Bay Hill, and it is known simply as "The Shootout."
Tom Abbott reports from the Ricoh Women's British Open Championship where Catriona Matthew and Giulia Sergas hold a two-shot lead at 4-under through 36 holes.