Woods' return from back surgery offers challenges
Tiger Woods showed at the Quicken Loans that his return from back surgery will be different than his previous injuries.
Woods tweaks swing, expects slower swing speed
Tiger Woods always hinted that there would be swing changes when he returned from back surgery. Some of those will be in place this week.
Another face in the crowd: Mahan undercover, unrecognized
Hunter Mahan teamed up with Under Armour two weeks ago at a Washington, D.C.-area store to go under cover and help sell some golf attire.
Going the Distance: No. 18 at Congressional
Golf Channel’s Tripp Isenhour tells you why ‘Going the Distance’ is important on the 18th hole at Congressional's Blue Course.
Solid putting, new driver key for Chalmers (66)
Statistically, Greg Chalmers is one of the PGA Tour’s best putters and his round on Thursday dovetailed with that reality, with the Australian needing only 25 putts on his way to an opening 66.
After Further Review: Did Tiger prove anything at Congressional?
What should we take from Tiger Woods' truncated week at Congressional? After Further Review, our writers weigh in.
Woods group has rough front nine
The three highest-ranked players at Congressional were absolutely abysmal playing the first nine holes.
Els returns to Congressional, site of '97 Open win
Ernie Els is playing in his first Quicken Loans National event, despite winning the 1997 U.S. Open here at Congressional Country Club.
Reed shares lead at Congressional
BETHESDA, Md. – Patrick Reed. Remember him? After two rounds at the Quicken Loans National, Reed (68-68) is in a four-way tie for the lead at 6 under par with Marc Leishman, Oliver Goss and Ricky Barnes. Since Reed won the WGC-Cadillac Championship in March and subsequently made that infamous ...
Reed is polarizing but good for the game
Patrick Reed is one of the rare young players who sparks debate among fans – and that's good for the game.