(SportsNetwork.com) - Peter Oosterhuis announced his retirement from broadcasting on Friday after 20 years as a golf analyst for CBS Sports and Golf Channel.
Days after being beaten and robbed, Robert Allenby announced on Tuesday that he has withdrawn from this week's Humana Challenge.
A week ago, we wondered how Jimmy Walker would rebound from his stunning collapse. This week, you can ask Martin Kaymer the same question?
Last year, Reed carded a final-round, 1-under 71 and he was able to hold off a surging Ryan Palmer (63) and win by two shots at 28-under-par 260. The victory was one of two wins for Reed last year. He also hoisted the trophy at the WGC - Cadillac Championship in March.
Jimmy Walker ran away with his fourth career PGA Tour victory at the Sony Open in Hawaii Sunday, a win that has vaulted him up to No. 13 in the world rankings.
Matias Dominguez carded a final- round, 1-under 71 on Sunday and he went on to win the Latin America Amateur Championship by one shot.
The caddie for Robert Allenby says the golfer was beaten and robbed after being kidnapped from a wine bar near Waikiki, Hawaii, on Friday night.
Bhavik Patel, a Web.com Tour player the last two seasons, was suspended by the PGA Tour for use of performance-enhancing substances.
If you were to go head-to-head against Patrick Reed, you better hope that it isn't a Monday. That is Reed's favorite day of the week.
Patrick Reed defeated Jimmy Walker in a playoff on Monday at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions to win for the fourth time on the PGA Tour, and with the victory Reed moved up to a career- best 14th in this week's world rankings.
Kirk, the third-round leader, failed to hold the 54-hole lead, but he did pick up his third victory in three years later in 2014 at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Tiger Woods announced on Twitter on Friday that he will begin his 2015 season at the Waste Management Phoenix Open followed by the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines the week after.
Johnson fired a final-round, 7-under 66 last year to surge up the leaderboard and defeat Jordan Spieth by one shot. Johnson, an 11-time winner on tour, is seeking his first victory since hoisting the trophy here in 2014.
The calendar has flipped to 2015 and the Masters commercials are already running. This is not a bad thing.
Steve Stricker, who has battled a balky back for several years, had outpatient back surgery on Tuesday and is home recovering.
The 2014 golf season got off to roaring start for one player and another player dominated the late part of the schedule, while several others were great throughout.
There was not much change to the men's world rankings as there were just two changes inside the top 20 this week.
Lee Westwood rallied to win the Thailand Golf Championship on Sunday and that victory vaulted him to No. 26 in this week's world rankings.
PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem announced on Thursday small tweaks to the FedExCup system.
Schwartzel repeated as champion last year as he fired three 68s and a 67 to cruise to a 4-stroke win over Richard Finch. The victory was Schwartzel's third at this tournament and ninth on the European Tour.
Jordan Spieth followed his Australian Open win with a victory at the Hero World Challenge on Sunday and that helped him improve to No. 9 in this week's world rankings.
Both Johnson and Woods are back in the field again this week along with 16 others. The field features 18 players who are all ranked in the top 40 in the world, including seven of the top 11 and 15 of the top 25.
Jordan Spieth earned a 6-shot victory at the Australian Open last week and that win helped the 21-year-old jump up three spots to No. 11 in this week's world rankings.
Fabian Gomez fired a final- round, 10-under 62 to win by seven shots and successfully defend his title at the rain-shortened Personal Classic.
For over a year now, Jordan Spieth had to wonder when he would win again. He came close a few times, but his second professional victory had eluded him.
Henrik Stenson successfully defended his title with a 2-shot victory at the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai on Sunday and that vaulted him up to No. 2 in the world rankings.
Derek Sprague was elected as the 39th President of the PGA of America on Saturday.
Tiger Woods tweeted on Saturday that he has chosen Chris Como to be his new swing coach.
If one of those three had won last week in Turkey and this week's DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, they would have been able to pass McIlroy and win the Race to Dubai.
The 2014 PGA Tour season had different players in starring roles at different points in the season, and that made for some great action.
Brooks Koepka fended off Ian Poulter to win the Turkish Airlines Open on Sunday and that helped Koepka move to No. 35 in this week's world rankings.
Jorge Fernandez-Valdes fired a final-round, 2-under 72 and he earned a 2-shot victory at the Abierto de Chile.
After weather problems earlier in the week, English played the final 29 holes of the tournament on Sunday. He trailed Robert Karlsson by one entering the final round, but English fired a 6-under 65 to cruise to a 4-stroke win.
Bubba Watson has never been at his best when playing outside the United States. He has struggled with his emotions, while battling his own game, clicking cameras and boisterous fans.
Bubba Watson claimed his first World Golf Championship event on Sunday in China and that helped him move to No. 3 in this week's world rankings.
Rafael Becker fired a 7-under 62 in Sunday's final round and he won the Aberto do Brasil by three strokes.
Johnson is taking time away from the PGA Tour, reportedly after failing a drug test. His agent said late last week that Johnson won't return to action until after the birth of his first child early in 2015.
Ryan Moore successfully defended his title at the CIMB Classic on Sunday and that helped him jump 20 places in this week's world rankings.
Not many players are successful in defending their title in golf tournaments. Ryan Moore joined that club on Sunday at the CIMB Classic thanks to some perfectly executed strategy.
Julian Etulain fired a final- round, even-par 72 on Sunday and he was able to hang on and win the Peru Open by three shots.
The fall events on the PGA Tour are perfect stops for young players to pick up their first tour win, and that has happened in the first three events of the 2014-15 wrap-around schedule.
Woodland had a chance to win the title in regulation, but missed a 12-foot birdie putt. Moore saved par from a greenside bunker to force the extra session.
Robert Streb won for the first time on the PGA Tour on Sunday and that helped him make a big move up this week's world rankings.
Rafa Echenique and Emilio Dominguez combined to fire a 9-under 62 on Sunday and they won the Bridgestone America's Golf Cup by one stroke.
Less than one day after he made insensitive remarks, the PGA of America has relieved president Ted Bishop of his duties.
FACTS AND STATS: Course Architect: Robert Trent Jones Jr. (1987, 1990), Renovation by Jones Jr. (January 2011-March 2012). Year Opened: November 1987 and August 1990. Location: Kauai, Hawaii. Slope: 140. Rating: 76.2. Par: 72. Yardage: 7,378.
Kirk and Baird were tied at 10-under par entering the final round before Kirk closed with his third 66 of the week to fend off Baird, who shot 67. Clark rallied with an 8-under 62 to share second.
Ben Martin and Mikko Ilonen both won over the weekend and made big jumps in this week's world rankings.
Las Vegas is a city full of bright lights that can distract you. The brightest lights on a golf course are the leaderboards.
Oscar David Alvarez closed with a 3-under 69 on Sunday and he held on for a 1-shot win at the TransAmerican Power Products CRV Abierto Mexicano.