Skip to main content

Watch Live

Golf Central

Golf Central

PGA TOUR Champions

2021 Dominion Energy Charity Classic (Playoff #1) - Final Round

EAST LAKE CUP

Summerhays, Gotterup share East Lake Cup medal

Oklahoma's Chris Gotterup birdied the last hole to tie Arizona State's Preston Summerhays for the East Lake Cup individual title; Oklahoma State's Rina Tatematsu won the women's title.

NCAA GOLF

Zhang

Annika Watch: Zhang clear favorite among top 15

Rose Zhang has won each of her first three tournaments while becoming the clear early favorite to win the Annika Award presented by Stifel.

College golfer Blount, 63, no 'one-year wonder'

Blount is back for another year on Reinhardt University's golf team and a new year rings new success – and challenges – for her.

Manke values 'variety' of Washington golf courses

Haskins Watch: Manke headlines new top 15

As the fall season winds down, several players are making strong cases for the Fred Haskins Award presented by Stifel.

ASU

NCAA notes: ASU wins – and studies – together

This week's college notebook highlights Arizona State's Isleworth win and Sun Devils coach – and grad student – Matt Thurmond.

INSIGHT AND ANALYSIS

Ko, Korda locked in battle for Player of the Year

Ko, Korda locked in battle for Player of the Year

Shane Bacon, Damon Hack and Paige Mackenzie discuss the Player of the Year race in the LPGA between Nelly Korda and Jin Young Ko with only a couple events left on the schedule.

HIDEKI WINS ZOZO IN JAPAN

Hideki not content with Zozo play despite win

Matsuyama rated his performance as two or three, but the home fans gave him the push he needed to win in Japan.

Matsuyama wins Zozo Champ. on home soil

Hideki Matsuyama had three birdies in five holes on the back nine and eagled the 18th for good measure for a five-stroke win.

Hideki cards 2 eagles, wins Zozo at home

Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama made two eagles and pulled away from Cameron Tringale on the back nine to win the Zozo Championship.

KO BACK TO NO. 1

J.Y. Ko gets first playoff win; back to No. 1

The LPGA Tour said Ko is projected to become world No. 1 with the win, overtaking American Nelly Korda.

Nelly, J.Y. Ko fighting for POY over final 2 events

After Jin Young Ko's back-to-back wins, she jumped Nelly Korda for the No. 1 spot in the Rolex Player of the Year points. 

J.Y. Ko gets 200th LPGA win by South Korean

Jin Young Ko notched an impressive feat when she overcame a four-shot deficit to win the BMW Ladies Championship on home soil.

NEWS AND OPINION

Korn Ferry Q-School: Second-stage recaps

From Florida to California, here are quick recaps of each second-stage site for Korn Ferry Tour Q-School.

Pauline medals, 7 collegians into Q-Series

Stage II medalist Pauline Roussin-Bouchard was among 47 players who moved on to the LPGA’s two-week Q-Series on Sunday.

Watch: Phil makes ace at corporate outing

After struggling in his title defense on the Champions tour, Phil Mickelson made an ace in a corporate outing on Monday.

Korda looks to Osaka on how to handle stardom

Korda doesn't feel like she holds the No. 1 title because she doesn't dwell on her achievements and hardships. She just takes it easy.