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2019 Houston Open - Final Round


Griffin hunts life-changing win in Houston

Lanto Griffin arrived in Houston feeling like his game is "the best it's ever been." He's now just 18 holes from his first PGA Tour win.

Hammer's week in Houston: 'Limit big numbers'

University of Texas sophomore Cole Hammer was extended a sponsor invite into the Houston Open, his hometown event. He managed to make the cut, but knows there's work left to do.

List riding momentum across globe to CJ Cup

Luke List has a long travel day ahead of him as he makes his way across the globe for the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges next week, but he'll have a lot of momentum to carry him along.

New Houston Open tournament logo a home run

The new Houston Open logo has been a big hit across the board, from the golf course to social media.


Wiesberger overcomes 3-shot deficit, wins in Italy

Bernd Wiesberger moved atop the Race to Dubai rankings by winning the Italian Open on Sunday for his second Rolex Series victory of the year.

Fresh off a win: Wiesberger calls in to talk seventh Euro victory

Fresh off a win: Wiesberger calls in to talk seventh Euro victory

Fresh off the win, Bernd Wiesberger calls in to talk about his third victory this season on the European Tour.

Highlights: Wiesberger wins big at Italian Open

Highlights: Wiesberger wins big in Italy

It was a big day for Bernd Wiesberger, securing his seventh win on the European Tour at the Italian Open.


Na opens up about Korean controversy

Less than one week after sending an emotional message back home to South Korea, Kevin Na is breaking the silence he’s kept through years of personal anguish.

Wie ringing in 30 with optimism and curiosity

As Michelle Wie turns 30, she reflects back on an up-and-down career that has included the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. But through that, she remains optimistic and curious for the future.

Cut Line: Again, Na proves power isn't everything

In this week’s edition of Cut Line, Kevin Na proves there’s a place for power and precision on the PGA Tour, while this week’s field at the Houston Open proves that change isn’t always a good thing.

Pettersen pens emotional letter to son Herman

Suzann Pettersen is letting us all in on the deeper story of the putt she made to win the Solheim Cup for Europe almost a month ago.

American-heavy field announced for Tiger's Hero

The 18-man field for the upcoming Hero World Challenge is nearly finalized and will include several U.S. Presidents Cup team members.

Lee6 continues South Korea's run, wins ROY

Jeongeun Lee6 has officially clinched the LPGA’s Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year Award.



Fowler, Stokke tie the knot in beach wedding

Congratulations go out to Rickie Fowler and Allison Stokke, who revealed on Friday that they got married on Oct. 5.

The Social: The proper way to miss a cut in Las Vegas, by Brooks and Max

Brooks Koepka and Max Homa both missed the cut last week in Las Vegas. But those playing the weekend likely had much less fun.

Hideki schools Tiger, Rory, Jason in Japanese

In a promotional video for The Challenge: Japanese Skins, Hideki Matsuyama tries to teach Japanese to fellow participants Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day.


Watch: Pepperell's hilarious Italian food review

When the European Tour had Eddie Pepperell sit down to review Italian food before teeing it up in Italy, they probably had a solid idea of what they were going to get. And he did not disappoint. 



Morris: Never flub your chips again

Morris: Never flub your chips again

Golf Channel Academy lead coach Kyle Morris describes some important set-up and swing fundamentals to making more solid contact and avoiding the dreaded flubbed or chunked chip shot.