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Tiger Woods has made it over the mental hurdle, but there is still a big one left to clear before he wins a major: the big stick. Read More
Lexi Thompson said Wednesday her month-long “mental break” from golf was the culmination of a year-long emotional struggle off the course. Read More
The FedExCup Playoffs begin next week in New Jersey, a state at the forefront of legalized sports gambling movement. A senior official explains the Tour's stance. Read More

Today in Golf

Mark Rolfing sounds off on the strength of the first eight U.S. Ryder Cup players.
Mark Rolfing believes Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will be Ryder Cup captain's picks.
The Morning Drive team weighs in on the first eight players on the U.S. Ryder Cup team.
Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk talks about Tiger Woods' impact on teams as a player and vice captain.
As soon as the PGA Championship ended, betting odds for the 2019 Masters went up with Jordan Spieth listed as an early favorite.
Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk says he's excited about his first eight players and confident in their abilities.
U.S. captain Jim Furyk talks about the process he'll go through over the coming weeks to decide on his Ryder Cup picks.
Jim Furyk answers a question about investing in the future or picking for this year's team.
Mark Rolfing contemplates the challenge Jim Furyk will face in picking a partner for Bubba Watson at the Ryder Cup.
Golfweek's Eamon Lynch sounds off on the possible U.S. captain's picks for the Ryder Cup.

Take a look back at the career of three-time major champion Brooks Koepka.

Brooks Koepka won his second major of the season at the PGA Championship and was well compensated for his efforts.
Geoff Shackelford makes his picks for the U.S. Ryder Cup team.
Geoff Shackelford sounds off on the fans at the 100th PGA Championship at Bellerive
Dr. Gio Valiante comments on Tiger Woods' performance at the 100th PGA Championship.

Damon Hack, Gary Williams, John Cook, and Robert Damron review how Tiger Woods finished at the 100th PGA Championship.

Check out what's in store during the final regular season event for World Long Drive.
Brooks Koepka could hear Tiger Woods charging from behind, but he knew what to do – make more birdies and take home the trophy.
Justin Thomas put up a valiant defense of the Wanamaker on Sunday, but ultimately ceded the trophy to its new holder, Brooks Koepka.
The refrain all week at the PGA Championship was that you had to hit the fairway. Unless you’re Tiger Woods, apparently.