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Ralph Lauren ends sponsorship of Thomas

The Ralph Lauren Corporation announced Friday evening that it "decided to discontinue our sponsorship" of Justin Thomas.

Next month's WGC-Mexico relocated to Florida

The Tour announced Friday that the WGC-Mexico Championship will be moved this year to The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Florida.

Bryson comments on PGA decision: 'Is what it is'

Bryson DeChambeau no longer has the Trump logo on his golf bag and he had little to say about the PGA's decision to move its 2022 championship.

Bryson focused on brain training, gut health

To no surprise, Bryson DeChambeau exhausted every resource in trying to determine what caused his mysterious illness at the Masters.


Sony Open odds: English fave for Hawaii sweep?

Harris English is in the Sony Open field, looking to complete the Hawaiian sweep. But he's not the favorite to prevail again.

Sentry TOC odds: DJ favorite to win at Kapalua

In his first start since winning the Masters, Dustin Johnson is the betting favorite to win the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

U.S. Women's Open odds: Kim tabbed as favorite

Sei Young Kim is the pre-tournament favorite for this week's U.S. Women's Open at Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas.


What's in the bag: Mayakoba winner Hovland

Viktor Hovland won the Mayakoba Golf Classic for his second career win on the PGA Tour. Here's a look inside the winning bag.

What's in the bag: RSM Classic winner Streb

Here's a look inside the winning golf bag of RSM Classic winner Robert Streb.

What's in the bag: Masters champ Johnson

Dustin Johnson won the Masters on Sunday for his first green jacket. Here are the clubs he used.



Clemson coach Penley to retire after season

One of the longest-tenured head coaches in NCAA Division I men’s golf, Clemson's Larry Penley, is retiring after the season.

NCAAW: Spring rankings, conference previews ranks the top 30 teams and players in the country, and provides a closer look at the Power 5 conferences.

ASU's Farr-Kaye undergoing cancer treatment

Arizona State women’s coach Missy Farr-Kaye is currently undergoing treatment for colon cancer.