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Phil makes it to Medinah after hotel catches fire

Intense storms in the Chicago area that altered Sunday’s start at the BMW Championship may end Phil Mickelson’s 2018-19 season one round early.

Hotel catches fire, Poston walks to work at BMW

It turns out Phil Mickelson wasn’t the only PGA Tour player whose routine was disrupted by a lightning strike and hotel fire ahead of the final round of the BMW Championship.

Thomas has ATL-sized lead, sights on Medinah

Justin Thomas exploded for a course-record 61, and holds a six-shot lead going into Sunday at the BMW Championship. But his sights are yet set on the Tour Championship.

Grip it and rip it: Have modern drivers made the game too easy?

Medinah Country Club's course record has been broken twice in the span of three rounds at the BMW. In the modern game, technology off the tee continues to outpace any efforts to rein in the world’s best.

BMW tee times moved back Sunday (storms)

The PGA Tour is moving up tee times for the final round of the BMW Championship with thunderstorms expected at Medinah.

Why Thomas just won $1,000 from Koepka

Justin Thomas holed out for eagle Saturday at the BMW Championship, and he'll be getting a nice payment soon from Brooks Koepka.


Tiger Tracker: Need big moves and birdies in R4

After withdrawing from the first playoff event, Tiger Woods is competing in the second at the BMW Championship. We're tracking him.

TT Postscript: So you're saying there's a chance ...

Tiger Woods put together his first-bogey free round in nearly a year on Saturday at the BMW Championship. But he’s going to need to go even lower on Sunday if he wants to make it to East Lake.

Highlights: Tiger (67) cards 5 birdies, no bogeys

Highlights from Tiger Woods' third-round 67 Saturday at the BMW Championship at Medinah.


Thomas on 61: 'One of those freaky days where you get in the zone'

Thomas on 61: 'One of those freaky days where you get in the zone'

Justin Thomas recaps his third-round 61 at the BMW Championship, where he torched Medinah Country Club and grabbed a commanding lead.



Augenstein, Ogletree to face off in U.S. Am final

Order has been restored at the 119th U.S. Amateur. Two seniors who have loads of match-play experience and are bona fide top-25 college players will face off in the 36-hole championship match.

Highlights: Ogletree, Augenstein advance to U.S. Amateur final

Watch semifinal highlights from the 119th U.S. Amateur from Pinehurst No. 2.

U.S. Am finalists playing for Tiger grouping

This year's U.S. Amateur finalists have even more up for grabs Sunday: a chance to play two rounds alongside Tiger Woods at the 2020 Masters.

Walker CUp

Ranking remaining U.S. Walker Cup contenders

Here’s a closer look at those players believed to still be in the mix for a Walker Cup spot, listed in order of credentials.


Rankings aside, 'Flash' deserves Walker Cup nod

John Augenstein's match-play resume and U.S. Amateur run should force the USGA's hand when it comes to its Walker Cup picks.


'New Dr. Phil?' Lefty tweets out dating advice

Phil Mickelson's latest twitter gem came Friday night, when he gave one of his followers dating advice.

Phil roasts Donald over greens books ban

As the debate over how to fix slow play rages on, some of the biggest names in the sport are taking to Twitter. And Luke Donald found out the hard way, don't mess with Phil Mickelson on social media.



Hagy, Rodriguez share KFT lead in Columbus

After struggling on the PGA Tour this season, Brandon Hagy and Jose de Jesus Rodriguez are each in position to get another chance.

Pieters sinks putt to win the Czech Masters

Pieters sinks putt to win the Czech Masters

Thomas Pieters putts to close out a final-round 69 at the Czech Masters to earn his fourth title on the European Tour.

Barron leads Dick's Open as play suspended

Monday qualifier Doug Barron had a one-stroke lead in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open when lightning forced the suspension of play late in the second round Saturday.


DeChambeau goes on profane rant about 'haters'

With slow play questions following him from New Jersey to Illinois, Bryson DeChambeau had a colorful reply to those still hounding him about a putt he hit a week ago.

Wheels in motion for slow-play policy change

The PGA Tour's player advisory council met on Tuesday night at Medinah ahead of the BMW Championship, and wheels seem to be in motion for a slow play policy change.

'F--- yeah': HOF'er LaCava recalls call from Tiger

Joe LaCava was inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame on Wednesday night, and shared his simple answer to Tiger when he asked him if he'd be interested in being his caddie.