Looking forward: Fowler among big names in mix
Players at the top of the leaderboard discuss their opening rounds at the 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
D.C. debate: Who will win at Quicken Loans?
Gary Williams, Cara Robinson, Damon Hack, Paige Mackenzie and Charlie Rymer reveal their picks to win the 2015 Quicken Loans National. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Hurley leads at CIMB Classic; Westwood 3 back
Damon Hack and Charlie Rymer recap second-round action from the 2014 CIMB Classic, where Billy Hurley III leads by two shots after firing back-to-back rounds of 67.
Final-round fireworks: Big names in CIMB hunt
Charlie Rymer and Damon Hack recap Round 3 from the 2014 CIMB Classic.
Notes: AimPoint users need to be careful
The AimPoint method has become so popular that the R&A and USGA published a joint statement at the start of the year that cautioned players of one pitfall.
Traffic jammed behind Quicken leaders
Behind the Quicken Loans co-leaders is a mob of intriguing contenders in Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler and Charles Howell III.
Relaxed Chappell on verge of first PGA Tour win
Following a third-round 67 at the Quicken Loans National, Kevin Chappell's Zen-like approach was refreshing.
Merritt, Chappell share Quicken Loans lead
As the tournament host faltered, Troy Merritt and Kevin Chappell surged up the standings to grab a share of the lead at the Quicken Loans National.
Four sectional alternates added to U.S. Open field
The USGA added six players to the final field for the 115th U.S. Open, including four alternates from sectional qualifying.
America's Ryder Cup future depends on new blood
More than a task force, the U.S. Ryder Cup team needs a fresh force. In the search for new blood, keep an eye on these names.
Seeking first Tour victory, Chappell cards 68 in Rd. 2
Sometimes, the breaks just go your way. Such was the case Friday for Kevin Chappell, who successfully battled windy conditions to post a 2-under 68 in the second round of the McGladrey Classic.
Golfing World: Westwood in front, Rory starts well and Tiger toils
On Friday's Golfing News, we round up all the news and reaction from an action-packed first round at the 96th PGA Championship.definitely still birdies out there to be had. It's another burr, it's Lee Westwood , who has a share of the lead. His opening 65 is his best start to a PGA Championship. Westwood is joined by Kevin Chappell and Ryan Palmer at six under par. Whereas McIlroy, Jim Furyk , Henrik Stenson and Chris Wood are all lurking a shot back. One person who I haven't mentioned yet is Tiger Woods. When in here
Chappell credits maturity for major contention
Kevin Chappell talks about his 6-under round of 65 Thursday at the 2014 PGA Championship from Valhalla Golf Club.