Following years of speculation and reports, the PGA Tour released its revamped schedule for the 2019 season Tuesday morning.
The PGA Tour announced plans on Monday to form a partnership with Discovery to create a global, multi-platform home for the sport.
Ian Poulter’s victory last month in Houston—his first win anywhere in six years—secured the 42-year-old a spot in the FedEx Cup Playoffs and put him in a good position...
Thanks to the wrap-around season, the PGA Tour's "Opening Day" is far from a prestigious affair. Nevertheless, the Safeway Open has some intriguing narratives to mark the start of the 2017-2018 campaign.
There’s been a lot going on in golf lately. But, unusually, not much has involved Rory McIlroy. Or at least not much...
Since his emotional win at the Quicken Loans National, we haven't heard much of Kyle Stanley. Until the first round of the final tournament of the PGA Tour season, that is.
Clutch 18th-hole birdies allow Patrick Cantlay and Tony Finau to sneak inside the FedEx Cup top 30, earn spot in Tour Championship
There was no fist pump. No wry smile. Not even a sigh of relief. Patrick Cantlay had just rolled in a 10-foot, nine-inch birdie putt on the 18th hole...
Defending FedEx Cup champion Rory McIlroy is among 40 players trying to find a way to keep this from being their final 72 holes of the 2016-’17 PGA Tour season.
How does being on the Tour Championship bubble affect strategy this week? Phil Mickelson and others explain
Sean O’Hair has a game plan for this week’s BMW Championship, and he sounds suspiciously like the guy who didn’t come all this way to lay up.
Stacy Lewis’ charitable win, Justin Thomas’ impressive playoff push, and introducing the newest PGA Tour WAG
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we’re happy to report this old dog can still learn new tricks. Saturday’s biggest upset wasn’t a 45-point underdog winning...
Although Justin Thomas displayed his usual prowess off the tee (307.8-yard average) and accuracy with his irons (70.83 percent greens in regulation), it was his work on the greens that proved useful at TPC Boston.