Fowler and Walker didn't close the deal in match No. 7, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson will lead off for the United States when the Ryder Cup begins Friday
Ian Poulter enjoys life in America but absolutely loves sticking it to Uncle Sam at the Ryder Cup.
Few in golf can give the needle like Phil Mickelson, and Lefty delivered on Wednesday at Gleneagles.
If the pre-event motivational speeches are of much impact, then Rory McIlroy is 1-up headed to the first tee at Gleneagles.
Rory McIlroy is putting a new driver in play this week at the Ryder Cup, which can be viewed as a risky move given the high-stakes atmosphere of the competition.
The court case that has simmered in the background in recent months will not keep Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell from being paired as partners for the European team during the Ryder Cup.
The time is right for Royal & Ancient Golf Club at St. Andrews to be accepting women members, ESPN.com's Bob Harig writes.
Tiger Woods took in stride the comments made by Rory McIlroy last week about him and Phil Mickelson being on the "last few holes" of their careers.
With a shot at capping off a monumental season with a monstrous payday, 25-year-old Rory McIlroy couldn't get his game together Sunday at East Lake, ESPN.com's Bob Harig writes.
Rory McIlroy, who is completing his 2013-14 PGA Tour season on Sunday at the Tour Championship, is set to begin his 2015 European Tour season in the Middle East.
Tiger acknowledged Rory McIlroy's recent statement about the 14-time major winner's career status, but Woods noted that's part of what makes golf unique, ESPN.com's Bob Harig writes.
With a mind-boggling amount of cash up for grabs Sunday at the Tour Championship, a win would mean vastly different things to 54-hole co-leaders Rory McIlroy and Billy Horschel, ESPN.com's Bob Harig writes.
With 36 holes remaining in his PGA Tour season, Rory McIlroy stands in prime position to put a perfect bow on one of the most impressive years in recent memory, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
The rules of golf stipulate that you play the ball as it lies, but Rory McIlroy wasn't going there on Friday during the second round of the Tour Championship.
Rory McIlroy said he was surprised by negative reaction to his comments about Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson being on the "last few holes" of their careers.