Remembering noteworthy people the game lost last year
Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson, working his British Open magic, sets quite an example
The former USGA Executive Director on his life, career and the game he oversaw.
Is this the year Dustin Johnson, who'll turn 30 this summer and be married in the fall, grows into his immense talent and wins a major?
Age: 31 | Resides: Dallas | __Story:__The five-time PGA Tour winner ranks among the top 30 on the all-time money list, with more than $24 million over 11 seasons.
Age: 23 | Resides: Spring,Texas | __Story:__Won his first PGA Tour title at the 2013 Wyndham Championship with his wife, Justine, caddieing for him.
Voting for Player of the Year will reveal just how significant Tour pros think winning one of golf's four biggest events really is
Pass the hot sauce: Lee Buck on ghosts, drooling, bulldozers — and how to win a fistfight.
Jordan Spieth's gamble on turning pro while having no status on any tour is paying off
Why would Dottie Pepper walk away from a big job covering televised golf? It has to do with the small town where she grew up -- and her desire to give back to the game
Counterbalancing is common with putters, but for Wyndham champ Sergio Garcia the practice is continued throughout the set -- part of his search for reduced swingweight
Carl Pettersson, Martin Laird, Fredrik Jacobson and other Euros who play most of their golf in the U.S. have little chance of making the Ryder Cup team
Driven by curiosity as much as success, Sean Foley goes about the business of teaching Tiger Woods with purpose, perspective -- and his eyes wide open
We found some clubs and gear on the PGA Tour that go against tradition.
From Tim Finchem's overseeing a new television contract to Paul Goydos' critical tweet about his teetering game, 2011 was a year to celebrate on tour
To knock in more putts, keep a mental notebook
Congenial hit men, 190-proof moonshine and a bank shot off a freight train: Darkness and light from a pro who saw it all.
Pick the right swing for you
Unlike their tour counterparts, club pros are more likely to bounce between brands