×
Golf Channel Mobile
Golf Channel
Free
install

GFC Search

 

News & Opinion

Derek Fathauer leads the Web.com Tour Championship, but plenty of players have a major stake in Sunday's finale - namely, PGA Tour cards. Read More
Whether it was new sponsors, historic votes, high-profile splits or following a win with a baby, this week in golf was all about change. Read More
22
With Tiger Woods and Francesco Molinari on the final hole, the 2012 Ryder Cup nearly ended in a tie. Would it have mattered? Read More
RSS

Today in Golf

11/26/06 -- Skins Game rookie Stephen Ames rolled in a 3-foot birdie putt on the third playoff hole Sunday for $270,000 that gave him the championship with a total of $590,000 in earnings.
11/25/06 -- All-time skins leader Fred Couples was up to his old tricks on Saturday at the Skins Game.
11/25/06 -- Tiger Woods' wife has filed a libel lawsuit against an Irish magazine over a satirical article that included fake nude photos of her and claimed she appeared on porn Internet sites.
11/25/06 -- Justin Rose fired his third consecutive round in the 60s on Saturday to snatch the lead heading into the final round of the MasterCard Masters.
11/25/06 -- India's Jeev Milkha Singh shot a 3-under-par 69 Saturday to take a share of the lead at the Casio World Open.
Was Ben Hogan less of a chrome-plated, classic-shape traditionalist than we all took him for?
11/24/06 -- Australian amateur Aaron Pike followed up his record-tying round of 64 with a 3-under 69 on Friday.
11/24/06 -- Michelle Wie beat only one player in yet another embarrassing performance in a men's event, shooting an 8-over 80 on Friday.
11/24/06 -- John Daly, Fred Couples and Players champion Stephen Ames join defending champion Fred Funk in this weekend's LG Skins Game.
11/23/06 -- The third Womens World Cup of Golf will feature a mix of established stars and new talent on the fairways of the Gary Player Country Club in January.
11/23/06 -- Michelle Wie had another terrible round in a men's event, shooting a 9-over 81 on Thursday in the first round of the Casio World Open.
11/23/06 -- Aaron Pike, an amateur from Australia, fired an 8-under 64 on Thursday to take the lead after one round of the MasterCard Masters.
By GEORGE WHITE
11/23/06 -- So this is the end. After a dozen years of yam-yammering in this corner, this voice will finally be silenced.
By BRIAN HEWITT
11/22/06 -- Now that the official seasons have concluded, the statisticians are bombarding us with numbers.

Pages