Travelin' men: Players keep going low at Travelers
Catch all the action from Round 2 of the Travelers Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Golfing World: Lewis ahead at Pinehurst & Li's 78
On the final GW News of the week we bring you the latest news and reaction from the first round of the U.S. Women’s Open.
Moore travels to the top of the field in Rd. 3
Ryan Moore shoots 66 in Round 3 of the Travelers Championship to lead the field. He discusses his performance with George Savaricas. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Low and behold: Lots of sub-65 rounds at Travelers
Brendan Steele and others take advantage of a vulnerable golf course during Round 1 of the Travelers Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Cabrera-Bello, Larrazabal, Lowry added to Open
Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Pablo Larrazabal and Shane Lowry have been added to the field for the upcoming Open Championship.
Compton headed to Open via alternate list
Erik Compton's runner-up finish in the U.S. Open should be enough to get him into the next major championship via the alternate list.
Streelman birdies last 7 holes to win Travelers
Kevin Streelman fired a final-round 64, making seven straight birdies to win the Travelers.
Langley takes 36-hole lead at Travelers
Scott Langley followed up an opening-round 64 with a 65 Friday to take a one-shot lead into the weekend at the Travelers Championship.
Moore takes 1-shot lead into Sunday at Travelers
Ryan Moore posted a 4-under 66 Saturday and will enter Sunday with a one-shot lead over a crowded leaderboard at the Travelers Championship.
Presidents Cup captains for 2015 to be announced Wednesday
The PGA Tour will announce next year’s captains for the International and U.S. Presidents Cup teams on Wednesday in Ridgedale, Mo., site of this week’s Legends of Golf event.
Golfing World: US Open Qualifying surprises
In Today’s GW News US Open Final Qualifying throws up a surprise exit and Padraig Harrington considers Ryder cup captaincy.is one of the toughest and longest tests of golf. Well, England's Paul Casey qualified after carding even par for his two ranks in Columbus Ohio, to confirm his tenth US Open appearance. Bull Vanpelt secured his place at Pinehurst with a net four under par for the day. The Australians made a good showing with five qualifying yesterday, to add to the six already guaranteed their spot. Robert Allenby will make his 11th US Open appearance and qualified alongside Aaron Baddeley who'll be there for his ninth time. One major loss is KJ Troy who failed to qualify meaning, he will miss his first major since 2002, and brings an end to his run of 48 major championships in succession. Elsewhere, Padraig Harrington has been speaking to the Irish Independent about his Ryder cup involvement. It was increasingly difficult for the double winner to qualify for Gleneagles. But Padraig has said he would like to be Paul McGinley's vice captain, saying, I wouldn't turn it down, I hope to be a Ryder Cup captain myself someday, and I see being
Choi leads as rain halts play at RBC Heritage
K.J. Choi held a one-shot lead when play was called off for the day on Friday at rain-soaked Harbour Town in the RBC Heritage.