Will Olympic fields hold fans' interest?
Sure, the top players will draw the interest of fans. But what about the players most have never heard of? Not so much.
Scott strengthens hold; Stenson new OWGR No. 2
Adam Scott strengthened his grip on world No. 1 while Henrik Stenson passed Tiger Woods for No. 2.
Todd, Larrazabal play way into U.S. Open via rankings
Welcome to the 2014 U.S. Open, Brendon Todd and Pablo Larrazabal. There’s still more time, Matteo Manassero and Chesson Hadley.
Scott still chasing No. 1, but system is flawed
By making the cut at The Players, Adam Scott continues his pursuit of No. 1, but the world ranking system is flawed.
No. 1 ranking up for grabs on two tours
After more than a year of Tiger Woods-Inbee Park stability in the No. 1 rankings, both top spots are up for grabs on Sunday.
Jones a career best in OWGR; McIlroy keeps slipping
Matt Jones jumped to No. 41 in the world after his win in Houston, an event that also caused a reshuffle among the top 10 players in the world.
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.
Johnson cracks top 10 in OWGR for first time
Zach Johnson’s dramatic takedown of Tiger Woods at Sherwood took him to new heights – in the Official World Ranking, at least.