The Players Championship has announced a change to its playoff format, switching from sudden death to a three-hole, aggregate score arrangement.
Three lefties have combined to win six of the last 12 Masters titles and two of them have a lot in common.
McDowell returns to the field this week after missing the cut at The Masters. He will try to become the fourth player to successfully defend his title and first since Boo Weekley in 2007-08.
Bubba Watson collected his second green jacket in three years at The Masters on Sunday, and that vaulted him to No. 4 in this week's world golf rankings.
Adam Scott wrapped up his title defense on Sunday with an even-par 72 to finish the 78th Masters at 1-over-par 289.
Miguel Angel Jimenez fired a 6-under 66 on Saturday to post the low round of the week at the Masters.
For those wondering if there will be low scores at Augusta on Saturday, Gary Woodland fired a 6-under 30 on the front nine to soar into contention at the Masters.
Two-time Masters champion Ben Crenshaw will play Augusta National just one more time competitively.
When the term horses for courses is used in golf, Fred Couples at Augusta National is one of the first thoughts that comes to mind.
Phil Mickelson birdied three of the last four holes on Friday, but will it be enough for him to make the weekend?
Every month, you open up the latest golf publication only to find 5-10 articles on how to change your swing, what clubs to buy and where to travel.
Adam Scott does not have history on his side. Only three previous Masters winners have successfully defended their titles.
Craig and Kevin Stadler had mixed results in their historic showing at the 78th Masters at Augusta National Thursday.
World Golf Hall of Fame members Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player opened the 78th Masters with their ceremonial tee shots at Augusta National Thursday morning.
Ryan Moore fired a 6-under 21 to win the Par 3 contest at Augusta National on Wednesday.
Defending champion Adam Scott will have PGA Championship winner Jason Dufner in his group when the 78th Masters opens Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club, while 2012 Masters winner Bubba Watson will play alongside Luke Donald and Sergio Garcia.
The Australian took down 2009 champion Angel Cabrera on the second playoff hole last year to win his first major championship. Scott birdied the 18th in regulation with Cabrera watching from the fairway.
Matt Jones became the second straight Australian winner on the PGA Tour on Sunday and that win helped him jump into the top 50 in this week's world golf rankings.
Daniel Mazziotta closed with a 4-under 68 on Sunday and rallied to win the Mundo Maya Open by four strokes.
Henrik Stenson, the third-ranked player in the world, continues to play with wrist pain that he has been dealing with since last year. No. 4 Jason Day hasn't played since winning the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, while No. 5 Phil Mickelson is battling the newest injury.
As Tiger Woods suffers yet another significant injury, is it time to believe we have seen the end of the dominant player we once knew?
The American Century Championship in Lake Tahoe will add a bona fide hero to its array of celebrity golfers this July with the addition to the field of Retired U.S. Army Corporal Chad Pfeifer, who lost his left leg to an IED in Iraq.
Tiger Woods announced through his website Tuesday he will miss the Masters after having successful microdiscectomy surgery for a pinched nerve.
Steven Bowditch earned his first PGA Tour title on Sunday, and that helped the Australian make a huge jump in this week's world golf rankings.
Stenson and Horschel also closed with 66s. Stewart Cink and Bill Haas shared the lead entering the round, but shot 70 and 72 to end three and five strokes off the pace, respectively.
Armando Favela birdied his final hole Sunday to close out a 1-under 71 and win the Stella Artois Open by a stroke.
Once the World Golf Hall of Fame announced there would be no class in 2014, you knew there would be changes coming to the voting process. Those changes were announced over the weekend.
Martin Laird fired a 9-under 63 in the final round last year to come from behind and win the Texas Open. His 63 matched the course record at TPC San Antonio, and this was his third title on the PGA Tour.
Matt Every rallied for his first PGA Tour title on Sunday, and that helped him make a big jump in this week's world golf rankings.
Marcelo Rozo made eagle on the second playoff hole Sunday to win the TransAmerican Power Products Open.
The World Golf Hall of Fame introduced a new selection process on Sunday, changing the voting process and criteria for induction.
Hunter Mahan withdrew from the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday after completing just one hole in the final round.
Jack Fleck, who defeated Ben Hogan in a playoff to win the 1955 U.S. Open Championship, passed away on Friday at the age of 92.
Tiger Woods announced Tuesday he will not be able defend his title at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational because of back spasms and said it was too early to know if he'd be ready for the Masters next month.
San Diego, CA (Sports Network) - The United States Golf Association announced Tuesday that Torrey Pines Golf Course will host the 2021 U.S. Open Championship.
When a guy like Robert Garrigus gets a bad time for slow play, you know there is something else going on.
The PGA Tour has named Jay Monahan to the post of deputy commissioner, effective April 1.
Woods beat Justin Rose by two strokes, and moved back to No. 1 in the world as the event ended on Monday due to a violent thunderstorm that halted play on Sunday.
John Senden earned his second PGA Tour title on Sunday and that helped him make a big move in this week's world golf rankings.
Patrick Reed is pretty good at golf, and he's not afraid to let people know about it.
Last year, Kevin Streelman carded a pair of bogey-free rounds in the weekend to earn his first career victory on the PGA Tour. He finished the tournament at 10-under-par 274, which was two strokes clear of Boo Weekley.
Through the first three rounds of the WGC-Cadillac Championship, the big story was the completely re-done Blue Monster Course at Doral. The final round story line shifted to the eventual winner, Patrick Reed.
Patrick Reed earned his third win in eight months at the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Sunday and that moved him to 20th in this week's world golf rankings.
World No. 4 Jason Day withdrew from the WGC- Cadillac Championship before teeing off on Thursday due to a thumb injury.
Also, the 10th tee was moved well left so the players tee shot has a longer carry over water, the par-3 15th was shortened, but more water was added into play, and the 16th was also shortened, but water was moved closer to the green.
Russell Henley won a four-man playoff on Sunday and that helped him soar inside the top 50 in this week's world golf rankings.
Tiger Woods withdrew during the final round of the Honda Classic Sunday, citing a back injury.
Tiger Woods fired a 5-under-65 Saturday to move into contention of the Honda Classic.
There is a youth movement in full effect throughout the PGA Tour at the moment, and these kids have come to play.
Scott Piercy, a two-time winner on the PGA Tour, will be out of action for the next several months due to a tear in his right arm.