Steele (62) gets in WMPO mix with week's low round
Following a second-round 74 that left him just one stroke inside the cut line, Brendan Steele entered Saturday’s third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open with an aggressive attitude.
Decade after Phoenix win, Kaye looking ahead instead of behind
Jonathan Kaye won the Phoenix Open a decade ago, but now he's looking ahead instead of behind.
Burrowing animal gets Bubba free drop from bush
On the par-5 13th hole Saturday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, southpaw Bubba Watson pulled his tee shot right and sent it sailing into a desert area.
Stadler wins first career Tour title in Phoenix
Kevin Stadler came out scorching-hot in the final round and chased down Bubba Watson to win the Phoenix Open.
Mickelson: Back fine, game rusty
Phil Mickelson insists his back is fine; after a lackluster opening 71 in Phoenix, it's his game that could still stand tweaking.
Mickelson sits eight back after WMPO second-round 67
Phil Mickelson followed his lackluster even-par 71 in the first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open with a 4-under 67 Friday.
Bradley posts 66-80 to miss cut in Phoenix
Keegan Bradley posted a 9-over 80 in Round 2, finishing on 4-over 146 to fall well outside the projected cut line of 1 under
Hawk's Nest: With Watson, Tour dropped the ball
Bubba Watson's free relief from a burrowing-animal hole is one of the most questionable recent decisions. Here are others.
Moore (64) plays way into Sunday's final group
Ryan Moore got off to a sluggish start, with just a single birdie on the front nine during the third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Craig Stadler: Masters with Kevin will be my last
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Craig Stadler says his 38th career Masters start will be his last. Despite missing the cut in each of the last six editions of the tournament, the 1982 champion has continued playing in hopes of having his son join him in the field. Following Kevin Stadler’s win at the Waste ...