Rory McIlroy put a stranglehold on his third major championship with a 4-under 68 Saturday, heading to the final round of the British Open with a six-shot lead.
Jonas Blixt's memory of raising the trophy last year carried over to a strong start at the Greenbrier Classic.
Cristiano Ronaldo steals World Cup victory from the United States, Keegan Bradley takes credit for Michelle Wie's U.S. Open win and 101-year-old Rosemary Depler puts 50 Cent in his place.
After their final rounds were over at the U.S. Open, a number of caddies carried a white slip of paper to a USGA office and came back with as much as $550 cash in their pocket.
Before the U.S. Open began, Martin Kaymer didn't think a score of 65 was possible at Pinehurst No. 2. Now he has two of them.
Keegan Bradley's decision to make the switch away from the anchored putter came about with a little coaxing from Michael Jordan. Yes, that Michael Jordan, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Four of the top 35 golfers in the world have added their names to the field for this year's Travelers Championship in Cromwell.
Seung-Yul Noh overcame windy conditions and his nerves, shooting a 1-under 71 on Sunday to win the Zurich Classic by two shots for his first PGA Tour victory.
If Sueng-yul Noh can hold on to the lead in the Zurich Classic, he'll do it front of fans who can appreciate how much bigger Noh's mission is than simply winning his first PGA Tour event.
When Ben Martin played junior golf, his father, Jim, would tell him that his demeanor should be the same every time he walked off a green, whether he made birdie or a double-bogey.
Phil Mickelson is among the early contenders at the Houston Open after shooting a bogey-free 4-under par 68 Thursday in his opening round, showing no effects of the muscle pull that forced him to withdraw from last week's Texas Open.
Dallas native and 2013 PGA Tour rookie of the year Jordan Spieth has committed to play in the HP Byron Nelson Championship in May.
Matt Every is finally a winner on the PGA Tour, and he's still not sure how it happened.
Adam Scott still has the lead at Bay Hill. At least five other players suddenly have a realistic chance at winning.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are among the major names headlining this week's Honda Classic.
Webb Simpson committed to play the Phoenix Open on Friday, giving the tournament 21 of the top 50 players in the world ranking.