Grill Room: Open drama, outfits and gator attacks
Baliey Mosier brings you the latest from online and the social sphere. In this installment players gripe over Chambers Bay, Ian Poulter releases his next book on Instagram and the aptly named viral video Golf Stupidity. Visit us at golfchannel.com/grillroom .
Walker cruises in successful Sony Open defense
One week after failing to close, Jimmy Walker cruised to a nine-shot victory Sunday in Hawaii, successfully defending his Sony Open title.
Sabbatini withdraws from AT&T with back injury
Rory Sabbatini withdrew during his first round at the AT&T National on Thursday with a back injury.
Levin leads Memorial; Tiger, Fowler in mix
Spencer Levin, who began Saturday one shot back of Rory Sabbatini, fired a 3-under 69 to move into solo first, one shot ahead of Sabbatini.
You Oughta Know: Memorial Tournament
Will Spencer Levin hang on? Can Tiger come back? Here's what You Oughta Know for the final round of the Memorial.
Sabbatini leads Memorial field by one
In the waning daylight at Muirfield Village GC on Friday evening, Rory Sabbatini stood out in more ways than one.
Past champ Sabbatini playing well again at Honda
PGA National's Champion Course places on a premium on crisp ball-striking and hot putting, and few know that better than 2011 champion Rory Sabbatini.
Woods secures 73rd PGA Tour victory; ties Nicklaus
Tiger Woods won the Memorial Tournament to secure his 73rd PGA Tour victory, tying tournament host Jack Nicklaus at No. 2 in career wins on the PGA Tour.
Sabbatini takes 36-hole lead; Woods one back
Seemingly out of nowhere, Rory Sabbatini rose to the top of the Memorial Tournament leaderboard just as Rory McIlroy was sent packing. In the midst of all that, Tiger Woods is only one back.
A win at Jack's place would be fitting for Sabbatini
In difficult conditions on Saturday, Rory Sabbatini shot 1-under 71 to trail playing partner Spencer Levin by a shot on 7 under par
Sabbatini taking to swing changes during critical stretch
As he returns to Quail Hollow for the Wells Fargo Championship, where he finished third last year, Rory Sabbatini feels recent swing changes are starting to feel more natural.