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Patrick Cantlay won the Shriners Children's Open in 2017, and five years later he's No. 1 in the power rankings for TPC Summerlin.
International Presidents Cup captain Trevor Immelman wants people to leave the event alone and adds that it's disrespectful to suggest that women need to be added to a men's event to be relevant.
After falling out of the top 100 in the world on a few occasions the previous two years, Alex Noren is back inside the top 50 – and thanks to a fortunate bounce.
Ryan Fox and Mackenzie Hughes each narrowly missed trips to Quail Hollow two weeks ago. But on Sunday, neither player looked like much of a snub.
BY Brentley Romine
A birdie on his third try at the 18th Sunday gave Mackenzie Hughes a playoff victory over Sepp Straka at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Charley Hull put a little extra time into putting practice and it paid off for her in a big way Sunday.
Rory McIlroy missed another shot to win at St. Andrews, while Mackenzie Hughes ended a winless drought on Tour.
Richard Sykes, who spent nearly a half century as the head men’s golf coach at North Carolina State University, has died.
Steve Burkowski and Brentley Romine welcome one of their biggest guests ever: Stanford's Michael Thorbjornsen, who is fresh off his first college win.
Here are five observations from Olympia Fields following the conclusion of Stanford's win at one of the premier regular-season men's events.
Here's a look at the equipment Mackenzie Hughes used to win his second PGA Tour title at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Here's a look at the equipment Max Homa used to successfully defend his Fortinet Championship title.
Here is the equipment Rory McIlroy used to win the Tour Championship and his record third FedExCup title.