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Koepka: Taking 'major' mental approach at Travelers

Brooks Koepka is not pleased with the perception that he doesn’t care about regular PGA Tour events.

PGA Tour

Class of 2019 ready to tee it up and win on Tour

The future of the PGA Tour assembled in the media room at the Travelers Championship on Wednesday.

Phil: Probably not going to win the U.S. Open

All all things considered, last week felt like Phil Mickelson’s last best chance to finally win a U.S. Open. And even he's beginning to think so.


KPMG Women's PGA opening doors beyond golf

The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship continues to give the LPGA grand stages. It continues to open important doors for women, even those beyond golf.

Hazeltine primed for long, tough test at KPMG Women's PGA

Hazeltine National Golf Club is a lovable brute. That’s the early impression players are getting at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship this week.

Lee6 and Co. hoping to keep Korean trend going

Between Jeongeun Lee6, Sung Hyun Park and Jin Young Ko, the Korean trio has had quite the season on the LPGA. A win at this week's KPMG Women's PGA Championship would keep the momentum going.

A. Jutanugarn considering using driver PGA

Ariya Jutanugarn rarely puts driver in her bag, but she’s seriously considering it at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship this week at Hazeltine National.

Ready or not? Injured Wie back, again, at KPMG

Michelle Wie has battled the injury bug her entire career, and has rushed back many times only to get hurt again. So is she ready to compete at this week's KPMG Women’s PGA Championship?



Player-of-the-Year race still open, but one man has a big lead

There are a handful of players who could capture the PGA Tour's Player of the Year award. But there is one man who is the clear front-runner.

Phil skipping Scottish to prep for The Open

Phil Mickelson said on Wednesday that his pre-Open schedule will not include the Scottish Open.

Koepka favorite for Open after Pebble runner-up

Fresh off his runner-up finish at the U.S. Open, Brooks Koepka is the favorite to win the Open Championship.

Korn Ferry replaces as tour sponsor

Korn Ferry replaces as tour sponsor

As of Wednesday, the Tour will now be known as the Korn Ferry Tour, after inking a 10-year deal through 2028.



Drake posts try-hard golf pictures on Instagram

When thinking of the prototypical golfer, it's hard not to imagine someone like Drake being one of the first who come to mind, especially after a few recent, odd photos that he posted on Instagram.

Watch: Leishman loves his lawn (?)

In a four-minute video we definitely weren’t expecting to see today, Marc Leishman unveils he has a borderline obsession with his 70-foot wide back yard. 

#PhiresidewithPhil: Lefty talks some crap

Phil Mickelson launched #PhiresidewithPhil on Tuesday, where he tells his followers stories of life on the PGA Tour while sitting next to a flickering candle. The first edition was a real doozie.

Gary Woodland

Woodland's hoops highlights: Champ could ball

Gary Woodland may have realized in college that his future wasn't in the basketball, but the highlights speak for themselves. The new U.S. Open champion could flat out ball.

Watch: Woodland surprises Amy B. on 'Today'

Gary Woodland joined the 'Today' show on Tuesday to surprise super-fan and buddy Amy Bockerstette.


Golf Pick 'Em Expert Picks: Koepka or Bubba at Travelers?

Golf Pick 'Em Expert Picks: Koepka or Bubba at Travelers?

Will Gray and Jay Coffin help you make your picks for the Travelers Championship.

Power Rankings: Travelers Championship

See which players you can expect to contend this week at the Travelers Championship, as Bubba Watson gets set to defend this title for the third time.



Pebble, Bethpage results only make Tiger's Masters win more remarkable

Tiger has been less than impressive over his most recent two major starts. But that only goes to show how remarkable his performance was at Augusta National.

Does Tiger need more reps to resist the rust?

Robert Damron and Jonathan Coachman talk Tiger and if they think he’s doing the right thing by cutting his schedule.

Woods on playing before Open; 'Play at home'

“I think I'm going to take a little bit of time off and enjoy some family time,” said Tiger Woods, who has never played Royal Portrush, site of next month’s Open Championship.

Tiger looks ahead to Portrush: 'Going to have to do my homework'

Tiger looks ahead to Portrush: 'Going to have to do my homework'

Tiger Woods looks ahead to his first trip to Royal Portrush for The Open Championship after his final round at the 2019 U.S. Open.


U.S. Open champ Woodland: 'Time to win another one'

U.S. Open champ Woodland: 'Time to win another one'

U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland sits down with Todd Lewis to reflect on his first major win.

Phil's days as legit U.S. Open contender are over

While Phil Mickelson's years of a ceremonial golfer are years away, the 50-year-old is no longer a serious threat at U.S. Opens.

After years of misses, USGA finally scores with Pebble Beach

After years of trying with little success to show for it, it seems the USGA finally got one right at Pebble Beach.

Koepka's week: Sometimes you just get beat

Koepka's week: Sometimes you just get beat

Brooks Koepka came up short this weekend at the U.S. Open, but the 4-time major winner isn’t letting the loss take away from how he played.

Shackelford: USGA did a ‘sensational job’ with U.S. Open

Shackelford: USGA did a ‘sensational job’ with U.S. Open

Geoff Shackelford and the Morning Drive crew weigh in on how they felt the USGA managed the 119th U.S. Open. They also look to the future at the 120th U.S. Open being held at Winged Foot Golf Club.


Through it all, Woodland stands tall, just like he always has

The Woodlands knows what it's like to experience loss. But with little Jaxson at home and two identical twin girls on the way, Gary has his family and, now, the U.S. Open trophy.

Made for this: Woodland shows world what he's known all along

There are certain to be people surprised that Gary Woodland beat Brooks Koepka at the 119th U.S. Open. But not Woodland, nor those who know him best.

Woodland used to chip off green 'all the time'

Gary Woodland's chip shot from the putting surface at 17 helped him save his par and lock up his first major victory: the 119th U.S. Open.

Woodland: U.S. Open-winning game still needs work

Gary Woodland may have won the 2019 U.S. Open, but he believes he can still improve greatly with his golf game.