Monday Scramble: Rory's win was Tiger-esque
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner sound off on the latest and greatest from the world of golf. Watch the Monday Scramble on GolfChannel.com.
Thatcher: 'Ashamed' that he left putt for 59 short
Roland Thatcher came up one shot short of shooting 59 in the final round of the 2015 BMW Charity Pro-Am. He talks with Kay Cockerill after his round.
Monday Scramble: Wie WDs, back on the DL
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner empty the Shag Bag
After Further Review: Does Rory have a real rival?
In this edition of After Further Review, our writers weigh in on Rory McIlroy and rivalries, a wealth of young American talent, and a curious confluence of circumstances involving the number 59.
Watch: Thatcher misses bid for 59 by an inch
Roland Thatcher was an inch from history at the BMW Charity Pro-Am, missing a birdie putt for what would have been a 59.
A tale of two falls: Similar plights for Miller, Thatcher
Zack Miller and Roland Thatcher are both on the bubble to stay within the top 125 on the Tour money list, but their plights look starkly different.
Davis, Thatcher lead Travelers by two
A pair of PGA Tour veterans looking for their first win are tied after three rounds of the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Conn.
Roland Thatcher's memorable moment of 2012
Everybody remembers Bubba Watson at the Masters and the Miracle at Medinah. Jason Sobel weighs in with a more obscure 2012 moment.
Mr. Bubble: Thatcher's wild rides
A trip to Q-School? Roland Thatcher isn't worried. When you live on the edge of the top 125, it comes with the territory.
You Oughta Know: Travelers Championship
From a couple a guys trying for their first Tour win to last week's U.S. Open winner to, here's what You Oughta Know for the Travelers final round.
Thatcher looking for first PGA Tour win
Roland Thatcher is known for a bizarre cart-path story. And he's never won on Tour. Sunday, he can change all that.
Final four holes determine Travelers outcome
River Highlands closing holes were the weekends biggest star at the Travelers. But they need a name.
Points system creates competitive casualties
The law of unintended consequences has caught up with Bob Estes. When Estes missed the cut at the Wyndham Championship he assured himself a five-week hiatus from the PGA Tour.