Titleist Brand Ambassador Tim Clark rallied to win the RBC Canadian Open by 1 shot after birdieing 5 of his last 8 holes. ; Titleist Pro V1 golf ball loyalist Bernhard Langer won his 2nd Senior Open Championship, finishing a record 13 strokes clear of his nearest competitor.
Lavner is a staff writer for GolfChannel.com and in charge of the Golf Central blog.
The boys’ and girls’ winner at this week’s Junior PGA Championship will get a shot in the big leagues.
Push is coming to shove when it comes to the U.S. Ryder Cup team.
Perhaps no player will be affected by the anchoring ban more than Tim Clark, who has a genetic condition that prevents him from turning his forearms and wrists inward.
Rory McIlroy returned to the winner’s circle in a major championship.
His next step might be a return to world No. 1.
How did Tiger Woods recover from his worst 72-hole finish in a major? By going on vacation with his kids and girlfriend Lindsey Vonn.
Tiger Woods’ Ryder Cup status may still be in doubt, but he is assured of playing on at least one U.S. team in the next two months.
This could be the most hotly contested Ryder Cup ever – and we’re talking about just making the team.
Paul McGinley can now give the Ryder Cup his undivided attention.
Tim Clark’s recent string of good play netted him his second career PGA Tour title Sunday – and a huge move in the Official World Ranking.
Hunter Mahan has karma on his side this week at the Canadian Open.
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