Bubba grabs lead; big names going bye-bye
In this edition of Golf Channel News Desk Presented by Callaway, Ryan Lavner and Bailey Mosier examine the early action from the second round of the Masters, including the play of Bubba Watson.
C. Stadler 'having a great time' at Masters with Kevin
After waiting all these years to play Augusta National together, Craig and Kevin Stadler weren’t disappointed that Monday’s practice round was washed out after only two holes because of rain.
Younger Stadler (70) in mix after first Masters round
Kevin Stadler, the son of 1982 Masters champion Craig, opened with a 2-under 70 and was among the early leaders on Day 1.
Stocktons to join Stadlers for father/son Par-3 foursome?
It was peer pressure, no other way to spin it, that will likely lead Dave Stockton Sr. to play next week’s Par 3 Contest at Augusta National for the first time since 2012. Stockton, who won the Par 3 in 1971, told GolfChannel.com that Kevin Stadler and his father, 1982 Masters champion Craig, have ...
Masters Week on Golf Channel to Feature More Than 80 Live Hours of News Coverage Monday-Sunday
Golf Channel will deliver more than 80 total hours of live news and related programming geared toward the men’s major championship of 2014.
Stadler feels right at home at Riviera
Kevin Stadler can’t count the number of times he has played Riviera Country Club. He loves the home of the Northern Trust Open.
Watch list: Stadler, Gallacher on Ryder Cup radar
With their wins on the PGA and European tours, Kevin Stadler and Stephen Gallacher appear on this week's Ryder Cup watch list.
Stadler wins first career Tour title in Phoenix
Kevin Stadler came out scorching-hot in the final round and chased down Bubba Watson to win the Phoenix Open.
Hawk's Nest: With Watson, Tour dropped the ball
Bubba Watson's free relief from a burrowing-animal hole is one of the most questionable recent decisions. Here are others.
Stadler soars to career-best No. 57 in OWGR
With his maiden victory at the Phoenix Open, Kevin Stadler moved inside the top 90 for the first time in his PGA Tour career.
Craig Stadler: Masters with Kevin will be my last
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Craig Stadler says his 38th career Masters start will be his last. Despite missing the cut in each of the last six editions of the tournament, the 1982 champion has continued playing in hopes of having his son join him in the field. Following Kevin Stadler’s win at the Waste ...