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PGA changing location of WGC-Mexico Championship

PGA changing location of WGC-Mexico Championship

The PGA Tour will change the host location of the WGC-Mexico Championship.

Sony Open in Hawaii features top-heavy leaderboard

Sony Open in Hawaii features top-heavy leaderboard

Five players are tied for second on the leaderboard entering the weekend at the Sony Open in Hawaii, including Stewart Cink, Russell Henley, Chris Kirk, Webb Simpson, and Vaughn Taylor.

Golf Central reacts to Ralph Lauren's Justin Thomas decision

Golf Central reacts to Ralph Lauren's JT decision

Golf Central reacts to the news that Ralph Lauren has ended its endorsement deal with Justin Thomas.

Harris English confident after second round at Sony Open

English confident after second round at Sony Open

Harris English (64) is feeling confident after the second round at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Peter Malnati recovers after rough start at Sony Open

Malnati recovers after rough start at Sony Open

Peter Malnati (69) recovers well after a poor start to his second round at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Cink among those chasing Taylor at Sony

Stewart Cink could not remember a more ideal day in Hawaii, and he had a round that matched the occasion.

Ralph Lauren drops Justin Thomas after homophobic slur

Ralph Lauren drops Thomas after homophobic slur

After using a homophobic slur during the Sentry Tournament of Champions, Justin Thomas has been dropped by sponsor Ralph Lauren.

Ralph Lauren ends sponsorship of Thomas

The Ralph Lauren Corporation announced Friday evening that it "decided to discontinue our sponsorship" of Justin Thomas.

Simpson's patience paying off at Sony Open

Simpson's patience paying off at Sony Open

Webb Simpson (65): "Today wasn't as quite as sharp as yesterday" following back-to-back 65s. 

The best sound from Round 2 of the Sony Open

The best sound from Round 2 of the Sony Open

Webb Simpson, Collin Morikawa, Stewart Cink and Charley Hoffman talked with the media following their second-round play at the Sony Open in Hawaii. 

WGC-Mexico moving to Florida due to pandemic

WGC-Mexico moving to Florida due to pandemic

Shane Bacon and Damon Hack break down the news that the WGC-Mexico Championship will be moving to Florida due to the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss the challenges players will face at Concession.

Next month's WGC-Mexico relocated to Florida

The Tour announced Friday that the WGC-Mexico Championship will be moved this year to The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Florida.

Cut Line: How do you Bryson-proof a course?

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.

Bryson comments on PGA decision: 'Is what it is'

Bryson DeChambeau no longer has the Trump logo on his golf bag and he had little to say about the PGA's decision to move its 2022 championship.

Bryson focused on brain training, gut health

To no surprise, Bryson DeChambeau exhausted every resource in trying to determine what caused his mysterious illness at the Masters.

Why Champ is 'fed up' with racial injustices

Why Champ is 'fed up' with racial injustices

Cameron Champ talks with Damon Hack about why he felt like it was important for him and other athletes to amplify movements like Black Lives Matter and shine a light on injustice.

Bel Jan: 'Women can be golf course architects'

Bel Jan: 'Women can be golf course architects'

ASGCA President Jan Bel Jan joins Golf Central in their new segment, Women Changing the Game, to revisit her journey to becoming the second female president in the association's history and what it means to her.

Hoffman: Golf 'helps you get to know people a lot better'

Hoffman: Golf 'helps you get to know people'

Donna Hoffman, founder and CEO of Women on Course, joins the show to discuss methods of inclusion for women in golf and building a community through the game before providing advice for new golfers.

Niemann (62) shares first-round lead at Waialae

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.

Players OK with late add of internal OB at Sony

Player reaction was mostly positive after the PGA Tour added internal out of bounds left of Waialae's 18th hole the night before the start of the Sony Open.

Harris English, Patton Kizzire subjects of Justin Parsons

English, Kizzire are both subjects of Parsons

Todd Lewis details the connection and similarities between Harris English and Patton Kizzire.

PGA Tour changes boundaries on 18th hole at Sony Open

PGA changes boundaries on 18th hole at Sony Open

Todd Lewis reports that the PGA makes late changes to boundaries on the 18th hole at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Billy Horschel, Brendan Steele, and Chris Kirk react to the decision.

Herman (64) returns at Sony, sad over PGA move

Jim Herman recovered from the coronavirus and had his lowest score (64) in his 10th appearance at the Sony Open to get his year off to a good start.

Joaquin Niemann co-leads Sony Open with 'extra motivation'

Niemann co-leads Sony Open with 'extra motivation'

Joaquin Niemann (62) is the co-leader after round one at the Sony Open in Hawaii along with Jason Kokrak.

Jason Kokrak co-leads after round one of Sony Open

Kokrak co-leads after round one of Sony Open

Jason Kokrak (62) is the co-leader after round one at the Sony Open in Hawaii along with Joaquin Niemann.

Webb Simpson 5-under par after first round of Sony Open

Simpson 5-under par after first round of Sony Open

Webb Simpson (65) says he feels comfortable after round one at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Cabrera arrested in Brazil, facing several charges

Brazil's federal police arrested Ángel Cabrera on Thursday for extradition to his homeland to face charges for several crimes allegedly committed from 2016 to last year.

Steve John: 'Difficult decision' to change Pro-Am format

John: 'Difficult decision' to change Pro-Am format

Monterey Peninsula Foundation CEO/Tournament Director Steve John discusses the decision to change the format of the AT&T Pebble Brach Pro-Am.

English, Kisner have fun with media before Sony

English, Kisner have fun with media before Sony

Damon and Shane break down sound from Harris English, who talks about his love of basketball, and Kevin Kisner, who has a great response when asked what motivates him to show up at tournaments.

Tom Watson 'pleased' with success of modern-day golf

Watson 'pleased' with success of modern-day golf

World Golf Hall of Famer Tom Watson joins Golf Today to discuss when his peak was, the positives and negatives of the modern game, his advice to younger players and looking up to Ken Venturi and his best shots.

Peter Malnati: Historic Sony Open start felt 'effortless'

Malnati: Record-tying Sony Open start felt 'effortless'

Peter Malnati (62) discusses his first round at the Sony Open in Hawaii where he tied his lowest PGA Tour Round in his career. 

Higgs (65) starts Sony Open on roller coaster

Harry Higgs had a crazy front nine Thursday at the Sony Open, making just one par, before shooting 5-under 65.

PGA Tour cancels pro-am format at Pebble Beach due to COVID

PGA Tour cancels pro-am format for AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Golf Central reacts to the PGA Tour cancelling the pro-am format for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am amid COVID-19 and how that will impact the tournament.

Webb Simpson's confidence high entering Sony Open

Simpson's confidence high entering Sony Open

Todd Lewis discusses World No. 8 Webb Simpson's performance and confidence entering the Sony Open and if the 35-year-old can maintain his success in pursuit of a win.

How Stallings transformed his body and his game

How Stallings transformed his body and his game

Three-time PGA Tour winner Scott Stallings joins Golf Today to discuss the inspiration and dedication behind his body transformation over the last few years.

Ted Potter Jr. and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald at the 2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Pebble Beach scraps multi-day pro-am format

The PGA Tour announced Thursday that the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am will not feature its traditional multi-day pro-am format.

Can Kisner win anywhere? 'Probably not'

Kevin Kisner is skipping the West Coast swing for a couple of reasons, including the fact that he just can't win at some of those courses.

Penley

Clemson coach Penley to retire after season

One of the longest-tenured head coaches in NCAA Division I men’s golf, Clemson's Larry Penley, is retiring after the season.

Another tournament in Hawaii, a fresh start for most players

Thirty-one players are island hopping this week, while the rest of the field is making its 2021 debut at the Sony Open.

Can a golfer in their 50s still win on PGA Tour?

Can a golfer in their 50s still win on PGA Tour?

Davis Love III and Jerry Kelly join Golf Central to discuss whether golfers in their 50s still have a shot in PGA Tour events.

Expect TOC players to easily adjust for Sony Open

Expect TOC players to easily adjust for Sony Open

Todd Lewis outlines the differences between last week's Tournament of Champions at Kapalua and this weekend's Sony Open in Honolulu.

Harris English eyeing Hawaii sweep at Sony Open

Harris English eyeing Hawaii sweep at Sony Open

Tournament of Champions winner Harris English could join an elite group of golfers to sweep back-to-back PGA Tour events in Hawaii if he takes this weekend's Sony Open.

Players will need to adjust to 'firm and fast' Wai'alae

Players will need to adjust to 'firm and fast' Wai'alae

Todd Lewis reports from Hawaii and talks with players about changes they will have to make moving from Kapalua at Wai'alae.

Committee still determining vaccine policy for Olympic athletes

PGA Tour players are not being mandated to get the COVID-19 vaccine, but the Olympic Committee is still working on a policy.

Race & Sports in America: Dungy on golf pushing integration

Race & Sports in America: Dungy on golf pushing integration

Tony Dungy joins Golf Today to continue the discussion on Race & Sports in America and touches on what the Golf World can do to continue breaking down barriers.

Smoltz recounts the time he threw BP to Tiger

Smoltz recounts the time he threw BP to Tiger

John Smoltz joins Golf Today to talk about the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions, the current state of his game, his relationship with Tiger Woods and more.

COVID cases rising, WMPO reduces fan limit

The Waste Management Phoenix Open will be quieter than previously anticipated after reducing its attendance limits.

Vegas out of Sony Open after positive COVID-19 test

Vegas out of Sony Open after positive COVID-19 test

Todd Lewis reports from Hawaii as Jhonattan Vegas tests positive for COVID-19 on the eve of the Sony Open.

Lake Nona to host next month's Gainbridge LPGA event

Lake Nona Golf & Country Club will host next month’s Gainbridge LPGA, the second leg of the tour’s season-opening Florida swing.

S. Africa events postponed because of COVID outbreak

The European Challenge Tour and Sunshine Tour announced Wednesday the postponement of three upcoming tournaments.

Jhonattan Vegas

Vegas WDs from Sony because of COVID-19

Jhonattan Vegas withdrew from the Sony Open in Hawaii after testing positive for COVID-19.

NCAAW: Spring rankings, conference previews

GolfChannel.com ranks the top 30 teams and players in the country, and provides a closer look at the Power 5 conferences.

Cameron Smith working on mental discipline in 2021

Smith working on mental discipline in 2021

Defending champion Cameron Smith reflects on his victory last year at the Sony Open and talks about what he has been doing to prepare for the 2021 season.

Morikawa: Masters fan limit 'really exciting' sign

Morikawa: Masters fan limit 'really exciting' sign

Collin Morikawa talks with the media about his expectations this week as well as his reaction to this morning's news coming from Augusta National Golf Club.

Variety, not just length, will be key at Sony Open

Variety, not just length, will be key at Sony Open

The Golf Today team discusses the differences between Kapalua and Wai'alae, what adjustments the players will have to make, and what it will take to come out on top this week at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Golf Cares: Tsumura's brings smiles to Sony Open

Golf Cares: Tsumura's brings smiles to Sony Open

Chair of the Sony Open’s Support Committee Bobby Tsumura joins Golf Today to discuss his 40 years as a volunteer at the Sony Open.

Isenhour: Augusta National 'leading the way to normal'

Isenhour: ANGC 'leading the way to normal'

The Golf Today Team discusses the announcement on the Augusta National Women's Amateur and the Drive, Chip and Putt to be played with a limited amount of spectators this season.

ASU's Farr-Kaye undergoing cancer treatment

Arizona State women’s coach Missy Farr-Kaye is currently undergoing treatment for colon cancer.

Isenhour on Masters limit: Step in right direction

Isenhour on Masters limit: Step in right direction

The Golf Today team reacts to the announcement from Fred Ridley on The Masters Tournament to allow a limited number of spectators during the 2021 event.

Masters to limit patrons; ANWA, DCP back

Augusta National announced Tuesday that it is planning to host a “limited” number of patrons this year at the Masters.

Sony Open odds: English fave for Hawaii sweep?

Harris English is in the Sony Open field, looking to complete the Hawaiian sweep. But he's not the favorite to prevail again.

NCAA pause on athlete compensation, transfers

The NCAA delayed votes on legislation that would permit college athletes to cash in on their popularity for the first time.

What is Beyond the Fairway?

What is Beyond the Fairway?

Two Black professional golfers, Will Lowery and Doug Smith, will talk about relatable and entertaining topics from the world of golf, plus interview celebrities, athletes, and golf influencers about their games.

Tour's COVID-19 rules to face test in California

The PGA Tour will soon play four events in California, which is being stressed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Where should the 2022 PGA Championship be held?

Where should the 2022 PGA Championship be held?

Golf Central looks at potential venues for the 2022 PGA Championship following the PGA of America's decision to not hold the tournament at Trump Bedminster.