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Everyone at TPC Harding Park has something to prove, but here are five players who could use some serious answers.
Majors ask different questions of elite players, and so the best way for Bryson DeChambeau to bolster his “brand” – and to silence some skeptics – is to become a serious challenger.
Brooks Koepka addressed the media Tuesday before he begins his bid for a historic three-peat at the PGA Championship. Here are five takeaways.
He's going to win major No. 16. He's going to be gone after Friday. When it comes to Tiger Woods, predictions and expectations are extreme.
It's been over a year and there will be no fans, but the season's first major is upon us. Even the players will find this week a little odd.
Jim Furyk closed with a 4-under 68 to win the Ally Challenge on Sunday, his first start on the PGA Tour Champions since turning 50 during quarantine.
Danielle Kang held off Celine Boutier to win the LPGA's return to action at the Drive On Championship at Inverness Club in Ohio.
Troy Merritt made two late birdies Saturday to take a four-point lead into the final round of the Barracuda Championship.
Danielle Kang had an eventful back nine, and by day's end was just glad to have a share of the lead at the LPGA Drive On Championship.
An excited Brett Quigley settled down Saturday to fire an 8-under 64 for a one-shot lead through two rounds at the Ally Challenge.
Danielle Kang shot a bogey-free, 6-under 66 on Friday in the LPGA's restart to take a one-shot lead at the Drive On Championship at Inverness.
Bernhard Langer is one shot back of the lead held by Tommy Armour III and Billy Andrade at the Ally Challenge, where the PGA Tour Champions resumes action.
Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez held off a spirited challenge from Sam Horsfield to retain a share of the lead at the Hero Open on Friday.
The company line on the PGA Tour is that there are two kinds of swing coaches: those who have been fired and those who are about to be fired.
Brendon Todd vaulted into the lead with a second-round 65, while Brooks Koepka fell back on Day 2 in Memphis. Here's how the day played out.