Stat Man: Wells Fargo Championship
GolfChannel.com associate editor Will Gray takes you inside the numbers to preview the 2015 Wells Fargo Championship.
MD Headlines: Weekley, de Jonge shoot 64s at Zurich Classic
Boo Weekley and Brendon de Jonge share the lead after shooting matching 64's on a rainy opening round at the 2015 Zurich Classic. Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
More of the same: De Jonge expects birdie binge
Brendon de Jonge talks about his 2-under 70 after the second round of the 2015 Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
McIlroy takes Wells Fargo lead with course-record 61
Rory McIlroy was untouchable on Saturday in Charlotte, N.C., in his bogey-free, record-setting round of 61 at Quail Hollow.
Weekley, de Jonge share Zurich lead
After heavy rain briefly interrupted play, Boo Weekley and Brendon de Jonge moved to the top of the leaderboard at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Spieth, Stenson one behind de Jonge at Valspar
Low scores didn’t come easy on a windy Friday at Innisbrook, but with 36 holes in the books, Jordan Spieth and Henrik Stenson sit just one shot behind a veteran Zimbabwean.
De Jonge (64) eyes maiden win at Zurich
After 224 starts and more than $10 million in earnings, Brendon de Jonge is still looking for win No. 1 but has a chance this week following an opening-round 64.
Big man, big smile: De Jonge happy with game
Brendon de Jonge discusses his second round at the 2015 Valspar Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.in trying to attack the Copperhead Course? You know, it's a difficult golf course . You don't wanna get too excited. But you know, it's if the wind blows and the premiums gonna definitely be on ball
Davis (65) takes first-round lead at Valspar
Brian Davis turned in a 6-under 65 and - thanks to a timely chip-in on his final hole - holds the first-round lead at the Valspar Championship.
De Jonge leads by 1 over group including Spieth, Stenson
Brendon de Jonge rolled in two long putts on his way to a 2-under 69 for the 36-hole lead Friday in the Valspar Championship.
De Jonge (64) not slowing down in 31st event
For the vast majority of players this week’s McGladrey Classic is the beginning of the end after a long season.
Poulter leads weather-delayed Turkish Open
Highlights of second-round play from the 2014 Turkish Airlines Open, where bad weather forced play to end early on Friday.Day two of the Turkish Airlines Open was brought to a premature close by afternoon thunderstorms and lighting. But, among those going well before the storms hit, America's Brooks Capcur. The 24-year-old from Florida making a nice birdie there at the 8th. Four birdies in a row to start his round and the one there got him to eight under par. Brendon de Jonge from Zimbabwe, also based over in the United States most of the time these days. Nice birdie for him at the par 5 11th. Got him to 8 under and he picked up another couple of shots before the storms hit. Ian Poulter opened up yesterday with a round of 64. He's found some form recently after a nasty, disappointing season. Two under with a birdie at the sixth took him to nine under par for the championship. Very close to Miguel Angel Jimenez , the overnight leader. And a real bonus there at the seventh. He's got one of his old putters back in the bag.for the day just after 2:15, so an early start tomorrow, and Ian Poulter is three shots clear at the end of day two.