SAN FRANCISCO – Talk about an unlikely time to make an ace: at the into-the-wind, 235-yard 17th hole at Harding Park, with the match all square, against one of the best players in the world.
Thanks to a blistering 8-under 63 and birdies on both extra holes, Jim Furyk ended a four-and-a-half year winless drought on the PGA Tour, beating Kevin Kisner in a playoff to claim his second tar
Matt Kuchar doesn't appear ready to relinquish the tartan jacket.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. It's been quite some time since Jordan Spieth had to explain a performance this poor.