News & Opinion

The Match Play brought at the best in the game's best, an emerging star continued his ascent, and it was a trying week for another off the course. Read More
With three straight wins, and six in his last 17 starts, world No. 1 Dustin Johnson is winning – and sounding – like Tiger Woods. Read More
First-year PGA Tour player Jon Rahm was inspired by his performance at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, despite the outcome. Read More

Today in Golf

More on Tiger, more on Rory, and why Bobby Jones just doesn't measure up. This is The Comebacker.
1/18/08 -- South Korea shot an 11-under 61 Friday to take a one-stroke lead over France after the first round of the Women's World Cup of Golf.
1/17/08 -- Martin Kaymer birdied three of his last five holes Thursday en route to a 6-under-par 66 and a one-stroke lead at the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.
1/17/2008 -- D.J. Trahan and Robert Gamez share the lead after two rounds of the 90-hole Bob Hope Chrysler Classic .
Over the next several weeks Ill answer your Top 10 questions so be sure to read the each week!
Youre 28 years old. Youre ranked No. 25 in the world. And you finished 15th on the 2007 LPGA money list.
1/17/08 -- Juli Inkster looks to improve upon the runner-up finish by the U.S. team at the Women's World Cup of Golf.
Rumors were swirling about over the possibility that AT&T Tournament Director Ollie Nutt was in serious discussion securing spots for four NFL stars.
Its time for the most fun week in California. Parties every night with celebs, pros, and caddies.
This week we discuss drivers, balls, launch monitors and sand traps - among a bunch of other things.
1/16/2008 -- A quintet of leaders crowd the top of the board after Rd. 1 of the 90-hole Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
You've got opinions? Well, so do I. From Kelly Tilghman to Sabbatini vs. Woods. This is The Comebacker.
1/16/08 -- The 19th Nationwide Tour season gets underway next week (Jan. 24-27) at the Panama Movistar Championship in Panama.
1/16/2008 -- This week the PGA TOUR returns to Palm Springs, Calif., for the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, where four courses are in the rotation.
This will be the 55th PGA Merchandise Show. And to think, it all started out of the trunk of someone's car.
The key differences between the Torrey Pines that will host the Buick Invitational next week and the Torrey Pines South that will host the U.S. Open in June.