Titleist Pro V1x golf ball loyalist Derek Fathauer wins the Web.com Tour Championship. ; Joost Luiten trusts Titleist Pro V1 to capture the ISPS Handa Wales Open.
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GLENEAGLES, Scotland – United States captain Tom Watson insists that if there’s a European player with a target on his back, it’s Ryder Cup stalwart Ian Poulter.
Last week, the PGA of America issued some propaganda that perfectly exemplified the recent struggles of the U.S. Ryder Cup team – even if it was clearly unintentional.
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When is a tie not a tie? When is a tie celebrated with the thrill of victory from one party and mourned with the agony of defeat from the other?
Wednesday’s news that Adam Scott and Steve Williams have parted ways shouldn
ATLANTA – Back in 1979, Tom Watson was prepared to compete in the Ryder Cup before withdrawing from the competition to witness the birth of his first child.
ATLANTA – Two years ago, Rory McIlroy won a pair of FedEx Cup playoff events, but looked worn out by the Tour Championship and failed to claim the overall title.
ATLANTA – Not long after winning his second straight PGA Tour event and claiming the FedEx Cup title, Billy Horschel was asked to name his choice for Player of the Year.
ATLANTA – When Billy Horschel was 10 years old, he had a dream.
Ryder Cup teams: United States | Europeans
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Maybe no Rory, G-Mac pair | U.S. pods provide clues
Guest speaker: McGinley brings in Alex Ferguson
Ryder Cup social media tracker | GC coverage
Stock Watch: Ryder Cup up; AK on the down low
Fathauer wins Web.com | Priority rankings | Scores
GR: Guy freaks out, breaks clubs; NFL WR 'putts'
Azinger: No word from Tom | Rickie's 'USA' hair
U.S. routs Europe, wins 4th straight Jr. Ryder Cup
Miller: Rookies Ryder Cup key | 'Perfect couple'
2015 HOF ceremony to be held at St. Andrews
Instruction: Be ready for Scottish-like temps