FedEx Cup: Who’s in, who’s out for the playoffs?
The Wydham Championship was a big week for FedEx Cup hopefuls. Find out who made the cut and who missed out this weekend. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Stat Man: HP Byron Nelson Championship
GolfChannel.com associate editor Will Gray previews the 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship in this week's Stat Man.
Golfing World: PGA Tour goes baby-crazy ahead of the Byron Nelson
On Wednesday’s GW News we bring you news of Webb Simpson’s new arrival, Patrick Reed’s soon-to-be new arrival, and pairings and a hole-in-one from the Byron Nelson
Bae only player to crack top 125 at Wyndham
With many players falling just short of their goals Sunday at the Wyndham Championship, Sang-Moon Bae’s tale was one that had a positive ending.
Closest-to-the-pin results for the 2014 Par 3 Contest
Masters week is filled with tradition and on Wednesday one of the most endearing traditions of them all, the annual Par 3 Contest, took place.
Stat attack!: HP Byron Nelson Championship preview
Hitting fairways and greens at the TPC Four Seasons Resort isn't easy, but Sang Moon Bae was up to the task when he won a year ago. Can he do it again?
Bae (66) surprises himself with birdie-eagle start
Sang-Moon Bae opened with a birdie-eagle start at The Players Championship – and yes, he even impressed himself.
Extra prep time helps Bae in Rd. 1 of Sony Open
There is no player in this week’s Sony Open field more acclimated to Waialae Country Club right now than Sang-Moon Bae.
Bae cards 7-under 63 to claim Sony Open lead
Sang-Moon Bae got off to a great start in pristine conditions along the shores of Oahu. Chris Kirk had an ideal finish.
Bae leads, hopes for better finish at Riviera
Sang-Moon Bae is off to another great start at the Northern Trust Open. The next step is a better finish.
Lower body stability is a key to success in the wind
Sang-Moon Bae won his first PGA Tour event Sunday and playing well in the final round on a tough day was made possible by his stability and balance.
Bae: Win a major, avoid military service
Sang-Moon Bae can avoid military service in his native South Korea two ways, including by winning major championship.