Stat Man, Canadian edition: What to expect at RBC
GolfChannel.com writer channels his inner Canadian as he previews the RBC Canadian Open in this week's Stat Man.
Golfing World: Jimenez secures home glory; Scott new No. 1
In today’s GW News we bring you all the latest from the world’s biggest tours, including Jimenez’s victory in Spain. We also bring you the news that Adam Scott has officially become the world’s top ranked player.
Playing Lessons: Streelman's tour kick start
Kevin Streelman talks about early tour struggles and how Mike Weir helped kick start his career. Watch 'Playing Lessons with the Pros' on Golf Channel.
Players turning back the clock at Nelson
With Padraig Harrington, Retief Goosen and Mike Weir on the Byron Nelson leaderboard, it feels more like 2001 than 2014.
A Weir win would thrill a nation
No, not that kind of country, y'all. Mike Weir has long been the pride of Canadian golf, and a nation awaits his comeback.
After Further Review: Inexperience key to winning in 2014
It's not the veterans or the major champions who are winning on Tour in 2014. That trend continued Sunday in Texas.
DeLaet: Weir a guy you legitimately root for on Tour
Graham DeLaet allowed himself to step back as a Canadian golf fan and appreciate Mike Weir’s solo second-place finish that was a half-decade in the making.
Stat attack!: HP Byron Nelson Championship review
HP Byron Nelson Championship winner Brendon Todd didn't hit many greens during the tournament, but he didn't have to.
Stock Watch: Jimenez rising; Tiger's return falling
In this edition of Stock Watch, Miguel Angel Jimenez continues to rise while Tiger Woods' return from injury continues to fall.
By the numbers: How long has it been for Weir?
Mike Weir is one stroke back entering the Byron Nelson Championship final round.
Karma pays dividends for Weir at Byron Nelson
Mike Weir once accompanied Peggy Nelson to a high school banquet. Was karma the reason for his runner-up a year later?
Hawk's Nest: Vets resurface to contend at Nelson
It was retro week at the Byron Nelson. Meanwhile, Adam Scott didn't play but he did become world No. 1.
Watson's win gives lefties six of last 12 Masters titles
It’s been suggested that Augusta National is a left-hander’s golf course.