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"I always wanted to become World No. 1 in a week that I was playing." With a four-shot lead, Brooks Koepka will have his chance Sunday in South Korea. Read More
Sergio Garcia shot a 7-under 64 on Saturday, taking a four-shot lead into the third and final round of the Andalusia Valderrama Masters. Read More
Gary Woodland summed the chase pack's predicament best when he alluded to Brooks Koepka's perhaps advantageously aloof demeanor. Read More

Today in Golf

Laura Davies talks to Kay Cockerill after winning the Senior LPGA Championship by four shots.
Laura Davies rolls in birdie putt to win by four shots at the Senior LPGA Championship.
Hoosier Jackie Gallagher-Smith gets a local bounce to leave her with a tap-in birdie on 18 in the final round of the Senior LPGA Championship.
Nicole Jeray rolls it in for birdie from just off the 18th green during the final round of the Senior LPGA Championship.
It's the good, the bad and the ugly golf swings on social media in this week's Grill Room presented by Callaway Golf.
Go behind the scenes with eight-time PGA Tour champions winner Scott McCarron as he gives a tour of his home and goes wake surfing with his wife, Jenny.
The PGA Tour's Asian swing isn't exactly a smash hit with golf fans in the U.S., but for plenty of players, it has become too good of an opportunity to pass up.
Tiger Woods teamed up with a computer program to make a putt and provided a vintage Tiger celebration, because computers can't do that ... yet.
Leading players look ahead to taking on the challenges at Real Club Valderrama for the Andalucia Valderrama Masters
After announcing his upcoming retirement, Johnny Miller was asked Tuesday if there were any on-air comments he regretted over the last three decades. One immediately came to mind.
Leading players look ahead to taking part in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters
CNBC markets reporter Dominic Chu explains the positive economic effects of the report on the number of golf rounds played in the U.S.
CNBC markets reporter Dominic Chu reports on the economic growth of golf in Spain.
There was plenty of speculation about Tiger Woods’ health after the Ryder Cup, and he admitted Tuesday that fatigue played a factor in his poor performance.
Charlie Rymer, Matt Ginella, Cara Banks, and Damon Hack reveal the challenges in growing the men’s game in South Korea.
Charlie Rymer shares his experience as a vice captain at the inaugural Watson Cup.
Ian Poulter reveals what the difference is between the U.S. team and the European team at the Ryder Cup.
Tadd Fujikawa joined the Golf Channel podcast to discuss reaction to his recent decision to come out as gay and how he hopes to inspire others.
Celebrate National Mulligan Day by watching some epic Morning Drive fails.
In honor of the PGA Tour playing in Korea, celebrity chef Ming Tsai shows you how to cook kimchi chicken bao.