McGlad to be there: Svoboda, MacKenzie lead
Whit Watson and Gary Koch break down the action from Round 3 of The McGladrey Classic.
Svoboda making first appearance at TPC
Todd Lewis chats with Andrew Svoboda, who is making his first Players Championship appearance in 2015 at TPC Sawgrass.
Overdrive: What's the best match play format?
Holly Sonders, Charlie Rymer and Gary Williams discuss their favorite match play format, what Bernhard Langer means to them and who is more likely to win the Chiquita Classic. Watch 'Morning Drive' every day at 7AM ET.
Tangled Web: Bunched 'board through 54 at Web.com
Whit Watson and Craig Perks wrap up the third-round action of the Web.com Tour's Chiquita Classic.
Svoboda, MacKenzie share McGladrey lead
Andrew Svoboda and Will MacKenzie share the lead at the McGladrey Classic as each seeks his first win on the PGA Tour.
MacKenzie, Svoboda share McGladrey lead
Will MacKenzie made a hole-in-one and finished with a birdie for a 5-under 65 and a share of the lead Saturday with Andrew Svoboda in the McGladrey Classic.
Svoboda (64) one back, looking for first win
Andrew Svoboda fired a 6-under 64 Friday and sits one shot back at the Wyndham Championship through 36 holes.
Nonwinners dominate leaderboard
The Zurich Classic has been kind in recent years to first-timers, so it was little surprise to see that the top four players on the leaderboard Sunday were all vying for their maiden victory.
Chiquita Classic: Final round wrap-up
Whit Watson and Craig Perks wrap up the final-round action of the Web.com Tour's Chiquita Classic.
Martin maintains lead at Zurich through Round 2
Ben Martin shot a 5-under 67 Friday to extend his lead to three shots at the Zurich Classic. Here’s the skinny on Round 2 at TPC Louisiana:
Golfing World: Ko, Noh, and Levy are the big weekend winners
On today’s GW News we bring you news of teenage superstar Lydia Ko’s latest victory, and of surprise winners on both the PGA Tour and the European Tourto second in the world. There was first time winner in the PGA tour as Seung-Yul Noh was victorious at the Zurich Classic. The 22 year old Korean final round 71 was enough to see him finish two strokes away from Andrew Svoboda and Robert Streb. Keegan Bradely could only finish tied eighth following final day 75, which included a triple-bogey ending his hopes of a win. To the Volvo China Open now where Alexander Levy held his nerve to win his first professional title. The Frenchman's score 19 under par, was enough to seal Tommy Fleetwood's challenge, and secure the trophy and the shiny brand new gold jacket. We finish on the Asian tour when Anirban Lahiri was faced with putt in order to win the Indonesian Masters. Remarkably Lahiri made it, giving him his first
Golfing World: Ko's birthday; 62s on the European and PGA Tours
On today's GW News we hear about Lydia Ko's brilliant opening 68 on her birthday at Swinging Skirts, and we also hear from Alexander Levy after his stunning round of 62 at the Volvo China Open.at last weeks RBC Herritage made ten birdies to take a two stroke lead , as the first round leader board had an unfamiliar look. He's ahead of Andrew Svoboda, who himself birdied six in the back nine to finish eight under. Alexander Levee managed his own 62 at the European tour club, where China opened to take the halfway lead. Levee's second round, ten under par, including eight birdies and an eagle, secure