Cejka leads in Puerto Rico, eyes first Tour win
Brian Hammons and Jim Gallagher, Jr. break down the 2nd round of the Puerto Rico Open.
Worth the wait: Cejka wins 5-man playoff
Brian Hammons and Jim Gallagher Jr. break down the action from the final round of the Puerto Rico Open, where Alex Cejka won in a 5-man playoff.
MD Headlines: Johnson wins WGC-Cadillac
Dustin Johnson wins the 2015 WGC-Cadillac Championship. Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines in the world of golf.
Puerto Rico Open: Brown, Smith share 54-hole lead
Brian Hammons and Jim Gallagher Jr. break down the action from Round 3 of the 2015 Puerto Rico Open.
Watch: Cejka makes hole-in-one at par-3 17th
Alex Cejka made an ace at the 196-yard par-3 17th Saturday at TPC Summerlin.
Kaufman fires 61, waits, and wins in Vegas
Smylie Kaufman went out early and fired a 10-under 61 to charge from seven shots back, outlast the field, and win the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Cejka wins weather-plagued Web.com opener
Alex Cejka was declared the winner Sunday at the weather-plagued Colombia Championship, the season-opening event on the Web.com Tour.
Bohn leads Stefani by one at Mayakoba through 54
Jason Bohn battled rainy conditions Saturday to post a X-under XX and take a XX-shot lead at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba through 54 holes.
Players seeing red numbers on Day 2 in Germany
Early Friday second-round highlights from the BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.for the morning wave of players. Starting with the world number two, Henrik Stenson , slightly out of position at short par fall 17th. Coming out of the rough, 68 on the opening day four under par without a drop shot. A beauty there. And Stenson would add another round of 68. So all very symmetrical and he's in the clubhouse through two rounds at eight under par. To almost slip by the leader Thomas Bjorn who almost had to withdraw this week with the recurrence of his neck problems. A 66 for Thomas and he is along
Alex Cejka leads Tiger Woods and company by five
Alex Cejka has ended a wild afternoon of collapses at The Players Championship with a 5-foot birdie for a five-shot lead, and an unexpected date in the final round with Tiger Woods.