Golfing World: Top 6 Ryder Cup holes-in-one
Golfing World takes a look at all six holes-in-one from the history of the Ryder Cup
On the Clock: Should captain's picks be moved?
Will Gray and Jay Coffin get 40 seconds ‘On the Clock’ to debate the hottest Ryder Cup topics, including the U.S. Team they feel was the most outmatched
Golfing World: Thomas Bjorn – Ryder Cup 2014
Next up in Golfing World's Ryder Cup profile series is Thomas Bjorn, who has never yet tasted defeat in the famous event as member of Team Europe.
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.
Notes: Spieth gets special gift for 21st birthday
Jordan Spieth celebrated a big birthday with friends in Las Vegas, had a two-week stretch at Firestone and the PGA Championship.
Verplank playing through injury at Transitions
Scott Verplank took a pretty low set of expectations to the Transitions Championship, his first start on the PGA Tour since wrist surgery last September.
Gator golf: Unexpected reptile part of RBC crowd
PGA Tour caddies work hard, wearing a lot of different hats for their players to succeed. Brian Gay's looper, Kip Henley, went above and beyond the call of duty on Thursday.
Singh's lawyers want Tour to reveal others in violation of drug policy
The legal jousting between attorneys for Vijay Singh and the PGA Tour continues even as both sides await a ruling on the circuit’s motion to dismiss Singh’s lawsuit.
Verplank, Na withdraw during second round of PGA
Scott Verplank (hip) and Kevin Na (shoulder) each withdrew during the second round of the PGA Championship on Friday.
Ten players in Memphis vying for Open spot
Keegan Bradley is one of 10 players at the FedEx St.Jude Classic who still have chances to play themselves into the U.S. Open next week.
Fantasy Island Buick Open
The last time Tiger Woods played the Buick Open, he won. Three years later, is he the favorite?
Verplank has left wrist surgery, out for five months
After nearly two years of not knowing when he would be able to play, Scott Verplank decided to have surgery to rebuild his left wrist and will be off the PGA Tour for about five months.