So, Tiger Woods is skipping the first-ever FedEx Cup playoff event? The PGA Tour actually should be happy about it, writes Ron Sirak.
The FedEx Cup playoffs haven't even started yet, but make no mistake, the golf season ended with the PGA Championship.
An earlier move to daylight-saving time could have helped a potentially thrilling finish at the Honda Classic on Sunday, but it had to go an extra day, Ron Sirak writes.
Here's what most second-tier FedEx Cup events don't want to hear: Some events are more equal than others, Golf World's Ron Sirak reports.
With a winner's check of $1 million, this week's ADT Championship will feature all the intensity of a major, writes Ron Sirak.
As the 135th Open Championship is set to kick off this week, plenty of questions abound, reports Ron Sirak.
The LPGA will invigorate its 2006 schedule by instituting a season-ending tournament featuring one of the most unusual formats in pro golf: a four-day, 32-player playoff.
With football in full swing and baseball playoffs starting up, the PGA Tour needs to change its fall schedule.
Michelle Wie falls short in Public Links qualifying ... which isn't a bad thing.
In no other sport can TV viewers become rules officials. So why is it OK in golf?
Ernie Els needs more victories than near-misses to be considered among the best ever.