MD Headlines: Obama responds to Jordan
President Obama gets back at Michael Jordan. Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
Golfing World: David Howell - Top 5 career moments
David Howell counts down his top five career moments for Golfing World from his 500+ European Tour appearances to date
Video: Creamer drains crazy-long putt – in heels
There’s something about being in Singapore that brings out the best in Paula Creamer’s putting. Check out ANOTHER long-distance putt.
HSBC chief: Tiger, others need to 'respect' WGC
An HSBC chief wants Tiger Woods and other top players to keep the fourth and final World Golf Championships event of the year on their radar.
Scott stands by Williams, stays in the hunt
Fredrik Jacobson stayed in front at this World Golf Championship with a 5-under 67, giving him a two-shot lead over Louis Oosthuizen.
Fowler qualifies for lucrative WGC event in China
Turns out Rickie Fowlers victory at the Kolon Korea Open earlier this month was more than simply a professional breakthrough.
Finchem, Euro chief: Williams case closed
Golfs two top tour executives condemned caddie Steve Williams racial slur about Tiger Woods on Sunday, yet stopped short of taking any action.
Wife pregnant, Donald WDs from HSBC event
In order to spend time with his pregnant wife Diane, world No. 1 Luke Donald will not compete in the WGC HSBC Champions event next week in China, according to Reuters.
Season-ending cash grab
Ten months of tournaments have nearly passed in the 2011 season, but theres a load of money still to be made in the final 10 weeks of the year.
Donald among early commits to HSBC Champions
Luke Donald, Lee Westwood and Phil Mickelson are among the players who will play in the fourth and final WGC event of the year.
Kaymer rallies for HSBC win with 63
Martin Kaymer made nine birdies over his last 12 holes Sunday and closed with a 9-under 63 to win the HSBC Champions for the biggest comeback ever in a World Golf Championship.
Casey could salvage Tour card with HSBC win
In a season in which he has been plagued by a turf toe, Paul Casey is No. 136 on the money list and stands to lose his PGA Tour card. After a Friday 66, however, the Englishman is in position to earn status for 2012 and beyond.