Emerging is a pattern of prominent players exhibiting enhanced poise, dignity, humility, modesty and respect for the game -- in vi …
Ball composition, fitness and swing adaptations are among the reasons the average loft of drivers on the PGA tour has been coming …
Examining a historic, and age-defying year in golf
Lexi Thompson may be the LPGA's next superstar, but it will take time.
After 16-year-old Lexi Thompson's historic win in Alabama, the LPGA appears ready to offer her membership
Lexi Thompson's historic win finally gives the LPGA something to celebrate.
With her fifth victory of the season, Yani Tseng cements her place as golf's most dominant player.
Ryan Moore's recent comments about his grips underscore the value of the component. Getting the right grip involves size, weight, …
Brendan Steele shot a closing 71 to defeat fellow PGA Tour rookie Kevin Chappell by one shot.
Beatriz Recari shot two under in the final round to hold off Gwladys Nocera by one shot for her first LPGA title.
A five-under par 67 allowed Katherine Hull to nip Brittany Lincicome for her second career win
Tom Lehman was presented the Payne Stewart Award as a player who shared Stewart's respect for tradition and charity
Yani Tseng shot a six-under 65 to beat Michelle Wie by one shot.
Bernhard Langer shot a final-round 69 to win the Boeing Classic by three shots
Michelle Wie won the CN Canadian Women's Open for her second career victory.
Fred Funk bested Michael Allen and Chien Soon Lu by a shot to win the Jeld-Wen Tradition.
K.J. Choi is drawing a lot of attention this week at the Old Course for his new style of putting.
Thanks to his historic 59, Paul Goydos gets another crack at the Old Course.
Paul Goydos shot a 12-under 59 in the first round to become the fourth player to break 60 in a PGA Tour event.
Garrigus' success with a 29½-inch putter is a reminder that there are many ways to 'roll' on tour
Cristie Kerr shot a tournament-record total of 22-under to defeat Anna Nordqvist and Na Yeon Choi by a stroke.
Jason Day held on for the win after a sloppy final hole, while 16-year-old Jordan Spieth finished tied for 16th
Se Ri Pak defeated Brittany Lincicome and Suzann Pettersen to win the rain-shortened event.
Ai Miyazato shot a 6-under 67 to hold off Americans Stacy Lewis and Michelle Wie for her third title of the season.