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A retired NBA star schooled him on the court, but Bubba Watson is in position to turn his weekend in L.A. into a true Hollywood story. Read More
With a 6-under 65 ignited by an opening eagle, Bubba Watson put himself in place to win for a third time in L.A. at the Genesis Open. Read More
Staring at a possible missed cut on Friday, Dustin Johnson is now 6 under for the week and suddenly has a realistic chance to repeat at Riviera. Read More

Today in Golf

In this age of polarizing politics, Billy Hurley III took the contention out of his campaign for chairman of the player advisory council.
Jordan Spieth was elected chairman of the PGA Tour Player Advisory Council, defeating Billy Hurley III in a players’ vote that ended Tuesday.
When Tiger Woods was asked if he would rather be a pick as a player or a vice-captain for the 2018 Ryder Cup team, Tiger responded that he would like to have both, but it is up to captain Jim Furyk.
Tim Rosaforte spoke with Phil Mickelson about the direction that his game is trending, and with multiple weeks in the top 5 leading up to the Genesis Open, Phil is ready for Riviera Country Club.
Tim Rosaforte reflects on the first time he saw Tiger Woods play at Riviera Country Club when Tiger was only 16 years old and needed a pass from his principal in order to compete.
Jaime Diaz recalls watching Tiger Woods in his debut at the age of 16, but it was the Pro's who could see his talent and drive that accepted him immediately.
Jay Coffin and Will Gray go on the clock to handicap Adam Scott's chances of making the U.S. Open field.
Dustin Johnson changed many things in his strategy from getting a life coach to being mentored by Wayne Gretzky, but Tripp Isenhour thinks his work on his wedges with the trackman was the biggest shif
Tripp Isenhour sheds a little light on Tiger Woods' track record at Riviera and Tiger's thoughts on the course.
Dustin Johnson just became only the fifth player to be ranked No. 1 for a full calendar year. He wants to hold the top spot for a lot longer.
After missing the cut last week at Pebble Beach, Rory McIlroy had a new putter built for this week in an attempt to fare better on poa annua.
The LPGA Hall of Famer is ready to carve out more of a life for herself outside the ropes while trying to remain competitive as a part-time player.
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson could have been balling on Friday night in Los Angeles at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, but he turned down the offer.
After a few weeks of working with a caddie-by-committee concept, Justin Thomas has longtime looper Jimmy Johnson back on the bag.
Tiger Tracker postscript: Despite inconsistency with the driver, Tiger Woods had few issues Wednesday in a pro-am round of 69.
Lydia Ko has a new coach. But it's not someone whose name resonates around the golf world. Who is Ted Oh? And why is Ko working with him? Here's the story.
Inbee Park talks about her experience of participating in the Opening Ceremony at the Pyeongchang Games.
PGA Tour and Bill Haas’ management release a statement from Haas requesting privacy as he recovers from the fatal car crash.
PGA Tour announces that Bill Haas has withdrawn from the Genesis Open after being injured in a fatal car crash.
Another year, another handful of changes for Lydia Ko. As she begins her season in Australia, she does so under the spotlight.