What's Happening In
The PGA Tour begins its three-week Asian swing with a focus on everything from Tiger to Brooks to Rory to Phil to the Presidents Cup.
“The Big Easy” turns 50 years old on Thursday, and whether it was his smooth swing or his South African candor, there are no shortage of signature moments for Els.
With Monday's announcement of the new Scandinavian Mix event between the European Tour and Ladies European Tour, exposure for the women's game is on the rise yet again.
Rickie Fowler officially ties the knot in the most Rickie Fowler way possible and Michelle Wie celebrates her 30th birthday in Las Vegas (duh!).
When a 12-year-old Lanto Griffin lost his father, Griffin's coach Steve Prater immediately knew he had "to take care of this kid." That kid is now a PGA Tour champion.
George Coetzee and Ryan Fox both signed for 6-under 65 Thursday to take the Day 1 lead the Open de France.
Thailand’s Prima Thammaraks shot her third consecutive 68 to take the lead going into the final round of the second stage of LPGA Q-School in Venice, Fla.
Helen Alfredsson won the Senior LPGA Championship on Wednesday, sweeping the year's senior major championships in women's golf.
Bernd Wiesberger moved atop the Race to Dubai rankings by winning the Italian Open on Sunday for his second Rolex Series victory of the year.
Woody Austin birdied his last two holes Saturday for another 5-under 67 that moved him into a share of the lead with Doug Barron going into the final round of the SAS Championship on the PGA Tour Champions.
A blistering finish from five-time European Tour winner Matthew Fitzpatrick saw him maintain his one-stroke lead heading into the final round of the Italian Open.
Doug Barron faltered late with three bogeys in his final four holes and carded an opening-round, 6-under 66 at the SAS Championshp, where he leads by one over Woody Austin.
In this week’s edition of Cut Line, Kevin Na proves there’s a place for power and precision on the PGA Tour, while this week’s field at the Houston Open proves that change isn’t always a good thing.
Justin Rose shot 5-over 66 and is part of a group two back of Tapio Pulkkanen after one round of the Italian Open.
President Donald Trump's two golf resorts in Scotland posted another year of multimillion-dollar losses.