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Rahm well back, Reavie leads after Rd. 1 in Napa

While fellow ASU product Jon Rahm is well back, Chez Reavie fired an opening 65 Thursday to take a one-shot lead after Round 1 of the Fortinet Championship.

Rahm (stomach) back in action for RC tune-up

Battling a stomach illness, Jon Rahm returned to action Thursday at Silverado Resort with a first-round 72 to open the new season at the Fortinet Championship.

Rahm: Memorial, Olympics 'cost me' POY

Jon Rahm said he will use his second-place finish in Player of the Year voting as motivation this upcoming season.

Dufner hits gym hard for first time, opens in 67

Jason Dufner is picking up where he left off last season, opening the Fortinet Championship in 67, but now he's longer.


Berger: American team will have 'great' Ryder Cup

Berger: American team will have 'great' Ryder Cup

Daniel Berger explains the mindset and form of the American team ahead of the 2021 Ryder Cup.


Azinger: Maybe Koepka 'should relinquish' spot

Former U.S. Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger had some choice words for Brooks Koepka after reading some recent quotes.

Na on Ryder Cup snub: 'Do I disagree? Yeah'

Kevin Na did end up texting Steve Stricker after East Lake, and a day later Na got a call letting him know that he didn't make the U.S. Ryder Cup team.

Koepka says he's 'good to go' for Ryder Cup

Brooks Koepka withdrew from the Tour Championship with a left wrist injury after hitting a tree root, but he'll be at Whistling Straights.

Bryson DeChambeau

Bryson wrecking hands in Long Drive, RC training

Bryson DeChambeau has received some battle scars while training for the Ryder Cup and Long Drivers World Championships.

U.S. players say expect unity, birdies at RC

A couple of U.S. players who attending the recent scouting trip to Whistling Straits said expect some low scores at the Ryder Cup.

U.S. Ryder Cup picks include Spieth, not Reed

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker was on site at this year’s host venue on Wednesday as he rounded out his 12-man roster.


Podcast: Xander on RC, gambling with Phil

Olympic gold medalist Xander Schauffele joined senior writer Rex Hoggard in this "Golf Central Podcast."

10 predictions for the new PGA Tour season

This week’s Fortinet Championship kicks off the 2021-22 PGA Tour season, which means it’s time for 10 (somewhat) hot takes and semi-bold predictions.

10 Tour newcomers who could be next ROY

Here is a closer look at 10 players who should be in the mix for PGA Tour Rookie of the Year this 2021-22 season.

Koepka confident he'll match Tiger's 15 majors

Brooks Koepka has four major titles and he says there is no reason he can't match Tiger Woods' mark of 15.


Harrington discusses relationship with Sergio

European Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington joined “Golf Today” on Monday to discuss a variety of topics.

Old guard vs. new blood: Two different Ryder Cup teams

The Europeans and Americans bring two very different teams to Whistling Straits. One with four 40-somethings and one with six rookies.

Stenson final VC for Europe's Ryder Cup team

Henrik Stenson will still have a role for Europe at the Ryder Cup despite failing to get into the team.

Garcia, Poulter, Lowry gets Euro RC picks

European Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington announced Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter and Shane Lowry as his three picks.


Ryder Cup 101: A guide to the 43rd matches

Frequently asked questions about the Ryder Cup, which is being held this year at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.

How to watch the Ryder Cup on GC, NBC Sports

The 43rd Ryder Cup is being contested Sept. 24-26 at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin. Here's how you can watch.

Ryder Cup capsules: Meet the American team

As the 43rd edition of the Ryder Cup gets ready for Sept. 24-26 at Whistling Straits, here’s a closer look at the U.S. team.

Ryder Cup capsules: Meet the European team

As the 43rd edition of the Ryder Cup gets ready for Sept. 24-26 at Whistling Straits, here’s a closer look at the European team.


Reload, not rebuild: OU, Carolina get big wins

It didn’t take long for the Oklahoma men and South Carolina women to prove the critics wrong.