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Phil Mickelson hit driver from the woods on No. 16 and it wasn't just Phil being Phil at the Fortinet.
Jon Rahm missed the cut in his PGA Tour season debut, but that could be to his benefit regarding next week’s Ryder Cup.
Two shots off the Fortinet lead, Mito Pereira is finding success on the course, after securing a Tour card, which means more off it, too.
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 team.
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BY Max Schreiber
In a season-opening edition, we applaud the Ryder Cup venue, Brooks' comments, Lefty’s future, and questions with POY voting.
Jin Young Ko shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to take the second-round lead in the Cambia Portland Classic.
K.J. Choi closed eagle-birdie-birdie for a 7-under 63 and share of the first-round lead with Darren Clarke.
Maverick McNealy holed out from 74 yards for eagle on the last for an 8-under 64 and the second-round lead in the Fortinet Championship.
Coming out of two big events, Maridoe and the ANNIKA, Steve Burkowski and Brentley Romine recap those events before offering their predictions for the season.
It didn’t take long for the Oklahoma men and South Carolina women to prove the critics wrong.
Velocity Global was announced Tuesday as the new presenting sponsor of the ranking, which is now called the PGA Tour University Velocity Global Ranking.
Black is back. PXG is re-introducing an optional matte-black finish to its flagship 0311 GEN4 irons.
TaylorMade has announced its new line of SIM2 drivers, fairway woods and irons.
Viktor Hovland won the Mayakoba Golf Classic for his second career win on the PGA Tour. Here's a look inside the winning bag.