Top Spot on the Line in Spain
Graeme McDowell. Martin Kaymer and YE Yang are the two most recent US PGA champions ..... a good [unk] this match against YE Yang would come back to prevail in the ..... three in one. Kaymer prevails over YE Yang . Luke Donald and Lee Westwood, really
Dot-com Par 5: Where does Rickie rank?
chance. So, I think it's great from. -I agree, it wasn't the greatest field in the world, but Rory McIlroy, YE Yang , Major champions, both of them were in contention and Rickie Fowler prevailed over them. I think this is very good for
Barclays Singapore Open reduced to 54
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano shot a 61 in round 2 to lead the rain shortened Barclays Singapore Open by 3 strokes. Steve Burkowski brings you the days play from Singapore.
Major meltdown, ratings letdown
In this ‘Morning Drive’ web exclusive, Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams discuss the drop in ratings at this year’s PGA Championship and share their ideas on why the ratings are down.
Battle royale: Fowler, Yang lead McIlroy in Korea
Defending champion YE Yang shot a 4-under 67 Thursday to claim a share of the lead with Rickie Fowler after the first round of the Korea Open.
Fowler leads Korea Open as McIlroy falters
of the Year, started the day in a five-way tie for the lead in a group that included McIlroy and defending champion YE Yang , before moving to a 13-under 200 total for the tournament. Yang, playing in front of his home crowd, was in second after
Five biggest PGA Championship surprises
The PGA Championship has delivered its share of unlikely winners over the years, particularly one stretch in the 1990s when eight of its 10 champions that decade won their first major.
Major meltdowns: What happened to 2009 champs?
In 2009, four men reached a pinnacle in the game by capturing a major championship. Three years later, all four have fallen precipitously from their perch.
Mickelson off to slow start in Singapore
Phil Mickelson shot even-par 71 and sits nine off the pace after one round of the Barclays Singapore Open.
Barclays Singapore Open headed for Monday finish
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Juvic Pagunsan had their playoff interrupted twice by inclement weather and are headed for a Monday finish at the Singapore Open.
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