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Brooks Koepka is not only feeling healthier as he makes his 2021 debut, but his goals remain simple: win.
Kevin Na comes up big in a win, Justin Thomas loses a sponsor and Bryson DeChambeau reveals his Masters sickness.
Brendan Steele lost last year's Sony Open in a playoff. He shot 9-under-par 61 on Saturday to take the 54-hole lead.
Four days after a playoff loss at Kapalua, Joaquin Niemann holed a 50-foot chip for eagle on the 18th hole Thursday for an 8-under 62 and a share of the lead at the Sony Open.
On the eve of the LPGA’s 71st season, there’s a sense of momentum as the tour begins a new chapter in its storied history.
Stewart Cink could not remember a more ideal day in Hawaii, and he had a round that matched the occasion.
In this week’s edition of Cut Line, we celebrate Harris English’s lesson of perseverance and take notes from Bryson DeChambeau on how to Bryson-proof a course.
Thirty-one players are island hopping this week, while the rest of the field is making its 2021 debut at the Sony Open.
The NCAA delayed votes on legislation that would permit college athletes to cash in on their popularity for the first time.
Harris English finished with a 10-foot birdie to cap off an ideal Friday at the Sentry Tournament of Champions with a 6-under 67, giving him a two-shot lead.
Justin Thomas isn't grinding for the Sentry Tournament of Champions, but he's not taking it lightly, either.
Entering this year's Masters Tournament in April, 84 players have currently qualified for Augusta National.
For Mark Russell and Slugger White, getting into the business as a PGA Tour rules official was a lot easier decision than getting out.
Lee Westwood was voted as the European Tour's golfer of the year for 2020, winning the award for a fourth time.