Frank Nobilo On Wyndham Championship: 'A Very Good Field This Week'Frank Nobilo, CBS Sports on-course reporter, looks at the Wyndham Championship, the PGA TOUR's final regular-season FedExCup event.
This Week In Golf: Knox Wins Travelers; Furyk Shoots Record Sunday 58Russell Knox wins the Travelers Championship, but gets overshadowed by Jim Furyk's record-setting score of 58 in the final round.
Dottie Pepper On Quicken Loans National: 'A Wide-Open Field'Dottie Pepper, CBS Sports on-course reporter, breaks down the Quicken Loans National, this week's stop on the PGA Tour.
This Week In Golf: Dustin Johnson Claims U.S. Open, Erases GhostsDustin Johnson won the 2016 U.S. Open for his first major. The PGA Tour veteran placed second in 2015, after missing a short putt.
Jim Nantz On Wells Fargo Championship: ‘Has A Big-Time Feel To It’CBS Sports anchor Jim Nantz looks at the Wells Fargo Championship and the venerable Quail Hollow Club, which hosts golf's best this week.
This Week In Golf: Rickie Fowler Grinds Out Win At Deutsche Bank ChampionshipRickie Fowler catches third-round leader Henrik Stenson down the stretch to win the Deutsche Bank Championship and stay in the FedExCup hunt.
This Week In Golf: Zach Johnson Wins Open Championship In Four-Hole PlayoffZach Johnson becomes a two-time major champion after claiming the Open Championship at St. Andrews in a three-player, four-hole playoff.
This Week In Golf: Rose Sets Course Record To Win Zurich ClassicJustin Rose stuffed his scorecard with birdies to win Zurich Classic of New Orleans, shooting a course-record 22-under 266.
This Week In Golf: Furyk Gets It Done At RBC Heritage; Zurich Classic NextJim Furyk showed nerves of steel in capturing the RBC Heritage, his first PGA Tour win in four years.
Jim Furyk Wins RBC Heritage In PlayoffJim Furyk had gone 100 starts without winning, a stretch that gnawed at his psyche and challenged his confidence.
This Week In Golf: Spieth Dominates At Masters; RBC Heritage NextJordan Spieth's record-breaking weekend at The Masters alters the iconic tournament's record book, perhaps for years to come.
Furyk Continues His Steady RollSecond at last year's PGA Championship, Jim Furyk shot a 66 on Thursday in the first round at Valhalla Golf Club, climbing into a five-way tie for fourth place.