The PGA Tour has had events in Asia since 2009, but there likely won't be any this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Collin Morikawa fired a 6-under 66 Thursday at the Workday Charity Open, that featured two rain delays, to extend his lead into the weekend.
Monday marked the 10th day of self-isolation for Nick Watney, the minimum required for PGA Tour players who test positive for the new coronavirus.
Ian Poulter fired a 7-under 64 Thursday at the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town, giving him a share of the opening-round lead with Mark Hubbard.
Late September in Wisconsin won't include the state's annual cranberry festival. As for the Ryder Cup? That's still uncertain.
Sungjae Im, who normally lives in hotels as he navigates a busy PGA Tour schedule, is getting used to sheltering in place during the coronavirus pandemic.
Reliving last year's Masters victory during a CBS re-air on Sunday, Tiger Woods choked up talking about sharing the win with family.
Doug Sanders brought a flamboyance to golf fashion ahead of his time, a colorful character known as much for the 20 times he won on the PGA Tour as the majors that got away.
A Florida man has filed a lawsuit against Tiger Woods and his caddie, claiming he suffered injuries from the caddie pushing him out of the way.
The Olympics are postponed until 2021. Will that delay help or hurt Tiger Woods' chances of qualifying for the U.S. team.