Following the Presidents Cup and before the Ryder Cup, the next team event American golf stars will try to make is the Olympics, and it will be the hardest of all.
The four major champions shared what they consider the most memorable shot from their victory, along with a shot that was significant to them even if it wasn't shown on TV.
With most of the attention on the Presidents Cup last week, Jazz Janewattananond won the Indonesian Masters for his third Asian Tour victory of the year and secured a spot in the real Masters.
Ernie Els has finished second to Tiger Woods more than any other player, and he never looked more spectacular doing it than as captain in the Presidents Cup. Was it really a surprise?
Gary Woodland closed with two clutch birdies that gave him the outright lead at 13 under heading to Saturday's final round at the Hero World Challenge.
Seven tournaments from the six largest tours over the next three weeks could shape the field for the Masters.
The length of LPGA commissioner Mike Whan's new contract is the least of his concerns. What's driving Whan is getting more companies to show support for women in their marketing dollars.
Sei Young Kim hit the putt of her life, a 25-foot birdie on the final hole of the CME Group Tour Championship to win $1.5 million, the richest prize in the history of women’s golf.
Sei Young Kim had only one birdie on the back nine and held on for a 4-under 68 and a one-shot lead over Nelly Korda, who made a charge going into the final round of the CME Group Tour Championship.
Lexi Thompson returns to Tour Championship this week as the defending champion. The question is whether she feels 24 or more like someone closing in on a decade of golf at the elite level?