Three players at the Masters have a chance to replace Tiger Woods as No. 1 in the world.
Braun homers in return to Miller Park
Juli Inkster, the most prolific American in Solheim Cup history, has been selected captain of a team that has lost the last two times to Europe.
Scott Piercy, who has been playing with an injured right arm for nearly a year, finally decided to do something about it.
Bubba Watson lost track of time. He didn't realize it had been nearly two years and 41 tournaments since his last victory.
Home town players Thomas Aiken and Justin Walters moved into a tie for the lead at 17 under at the Joburg Open on Saturday as overnight pace-setters Edoardo Molinari and David Horsey lost ground.
Tiger Woods made 10 birdies at Delhi Golf Club but failed to win a skins game, according to a golf website.
Former professional golfer Danielle Downey, 33, died in single-car accident on Thursday night in Auburn, Alabama, according to the LPGA Tour.
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Thomas Bjorn had two eagles in his last nine holes, one brilliant and one a bit lucky, to finish with a 7-under 65 and win the Nedbank Golf Challenge on Sunday.
Jbe Kruger of South Africa paid tribute to Nelson Mandela after taking a one-shot lead at the Hong Kong Open on Friday.
David Higgins shot a 6-under 64 Thursday to lead the Hong Kong Open by one shot after the first round.
Rory McIlroy's first victory in more than a year proved quite satisfying for the former No. 1, but in the process also denied Adam Scott the Aussie Triple Crown, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Jason Day's winning play honored eight of his relatives, including his maternal grandmother, who perished during Typhoon Haiyan, writes ESPN.com's Farrell Evans.
Brandt Snedeker injured his left leg when he lost his balance and landed awkwardly when he hopped off a Segway in China.
Grambling State's football team making headlines recently served as a reminder of the absence of the school's golf program and the lost hopes of producing the next great African-American golfer, writes ESPN.com's Farrell Evans.