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The year's first three majors have provided drama and controversy. The PGA Championship hopes to be remembered for all the right reasons. Read More
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After losing at Royal Troon despite a flawless final round, Phil Mickelson turns his attention to his good memories of Baltusrol and the PGA. Read More

Today in Golf

Scott Piercys name is atop the leaderboard at the Farmers Insurance Open after an 8-under 64 on the North Course of Torrey Pines.

Golf Channel caught up with an emotional John Daly following a missed cut Friday at the Farmers Insurance Open and golf's lightning rod said that he's finished with golf.

SAN DIEGO – Among the litany of differences between the 2009 version of Phil Mickelson and the 2K10 installment – new putting stroke, slimmer build, etc. – is a dis

John Spitzer from the U.S. Golf Association spoke to Golf Channel staff today to further explain the new groove rules. I felt this reasoning cleared up what perhaps is a common misconception.

SAN DIEGO (AP)—Scott McCarron is accusing Phil Mickelson of “cheating” forusing Ping wedges that were made 20 years ago with square grooves that


ORLANDO, Fla. – Tom Watson was a youthful looking 60 making his appearance this morning at the Polo Ralph Lauren exhibit at the PGA Merchandise Show.

SAN DIEGO – Paul Goydos is one of four members of the Player Advisory Council who is in the race to become one of two PAC co-chairman.

ORLANDO, Fla. – Pure Grips has created a buzz at the PGA Merchandise Show. Literally.

Playing in his first Nationwide Tour event, 24-year-old Robert Gates of Texas, is the surprise leader at the halfway point of the Michael Hill New Zealand Open.

ORLANDO, Fla. – If you are a golf techie you may want to give this a look.

ORLANDO, Fla. – Club Glove, golf’s preeminent luggage company has some new products for 2010 that are worth mentioning.
Brett Rumfords 6-under 66 recorded in calm early morning conditions on Friday proved too good for his rivals on the second day of the Qatar Masters.
SAN DIEGO – I ran into Dave Stockton, Jr. Thursday strolling the grounds at Torrey Pines. He was following a couple of his students competing at the Farmer's Insurance Open.

Most people know that Torrey Pines (host of this week's Farmers' Insurance Open) is one of the finest municipal golf facilities in the country, but it's hardly alone when it comes to golf in the San D

DOHA, Qatar (AP)—Brett Rumford of Australia had a 6-under 66 Friday for aone-shot lead after the second round of the Qatar Masters.