The PGA Tour's nonprofit business model has allowed it to avoid paying up to $200 million in taxes over 20 years, and its tournaments -- designed to benefit local charities -- operate short of acceptable charitable practices.
The longtime Heritage golf tournament likely won't make it past April without finding a title sponsor.
Royal and Ancient Chief Executive Peter Dawson has been appointed the first president of world golf's governing body.
The Match Play Championship will now be decided in an 18-hole championship match that the PGA Tour hopes will make for better television.
Doug Barron, suspended a year ago by the PGA Tour for violations of its anti-doping policy, will receive a Therapeutic Use Exemption as he attempts to qualify for the 2011 season.
Ty Votaw, executive vice president of the PGA Tour, answers questions about Tiger Woods' impact on TV ratings and revenue.
Could Tiger be the next MJ? In one way, yes. If the PGA Tour is paying attention, it will learn from the hard lesson the NBA can teach about life after a superstar retires.
Less than four years after Ty Votaw married Sophie Gustafson of Sweden, whom he began dating while still commissioner of the LPGA Tour, the couple has divorced.
In golf terms, prize money on the PGA Tour could be going from a birdie to even par -- at best.
Jeff Overton, who played a golf tournament 10 days after an appendectomy to try to secure his job on the PGA Tour, took a painkiller banned by the tour while his request for a waiver was pending.
Golf's major governing bodies have come together to push for their sport to be added to the Olympic program in 2016.
Former LPGA commissioner Ty Votaw has been named to the newly created position of PGA executive vice president of international affairs.
John D. Laupheimer, the second commissioner of the LPGA Tour, died Monday in London, former commissioner Ty Votaw said. He was 75.
Commissioner Ty Votaw said the Fields Open in Hawaii will be played Feb. 23-25 at Ko Olina Golf Club on Oahu.
The LPGA turned down a 15-year-old girl who wanted a chance to qualify for a spot on the women's tour in 2006.
For the first time in five years, the LPGA spring schedule will include an LPGA Tour event in Florida.