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Last year, we named 10 players to watch in 2015. So how did they do? Some, like Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler, shined. Others, like Luke Donald, struggled mightily. Read More
Sydney native Matt Jones leads midway through the Australian Open, but defending champion Jordan Spieth is lurking. Read More
Adam Scott dug himself into a hole Friday with a 2-over 73 in the second round of the Australian Open. Read More
Today in Golf
Lydia Ko had just been handed a $1 million bonus for the second consecutive year, and the first thing she thought about buying was a new phone.
Ecco announces the launch of its latest hybrid golf shoe, the Ecco Speed Hybrid ($180).
Welsh soccer star Gareth Bale and his man bun is putting a three-hole course in his South Wales backyard.
TaylorMade on Monday announced its first exclusive equipment offering for women in more than a decade.
Rory's No. 1. And so is Lydia. And Kevin. And Cristie. And even Inbee. It was a very successful week for a lot of players.
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner go On the Clock to debate the biggest revelation in all of golf for 2015.
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner go On the Clock to debate their favorite tournament of the 2015 season.
Rory McIlroy won his second DP World Tour Championship and successfully defended his Race to Dubai title, while Kevin Kisner finally broke through for his first PGA Tour win. Here's what in their bags.
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner go On the Clock to debate the most memorable moment of 2015.
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner recap Kevin Kisner's break through PGA Tour win at the 2015 RSM Classic.
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner recap Cristie Kerr's victory at the 2015 CME Group Tour Championship, and debate who had the better 2015 LPGA season Lydia Ko or Inbee Park.
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner recap Rory McIlroy's victory at the 2015 DP World Tour Championship and defending his Race to Dubai title.
With another $1 million in her pocket, Lydia Ko will travel to South Korea, eat a lot of food, pay the tax on her new Kia and probably buy a ping pong table.
Kevin Kisner will be a fixture at golf's biggest events in 2016, while Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Jordan Spieth have cemented themselves atop the world ranking.
Inbee Park will meet all the criteria to be eligible for induction into the LPGA Hall of Fame after her 10th start next year.
Lauren Thompson and Charlie Rymer award the Morning Drive ‘Game Ball’ to Bryson DeChambeau and the Rio 2016 Olympics golf course. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
This Monday Mulligan Moments installment features kids grabbing golf balls to Steven Bowditch's errant drive breaking a spectator's nose. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Charlie Rymer talks about Kevin Kisner's mindset in the journey to win his first PGA Tour title. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Charlie Rymer, Gary Williams and Damon Hack talk about the possible challengers to the dominance of Lydia Ko and Inbee Park. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Gary Williams and Damon Hack talk with first tee announcer, Ivor Robson on retirement after 41 years with the European Tour. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.