Phil Mickelson is talking more about how much he pays in taxes than how many fairways he hits off the tee.
Scott Langley made a rookie debut on the PGA Tour he won’t soon forget. Russell Henley wasn’t too shabby, either.
Wind squalls that howled down off the mountains above Maui were so severe Friday that tour officials scrapped the first round of the Tournament of Champions.
Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele are defending their title in the Franklin Templeton Shootout, and Dustin Johnson and Ian Poulter also are back for the first time since winning the team event.
One quote at last week’s Turkish golf event stood out above all others. Rory McIlroy, freshly defeated by Tiger Woods, said after his match, “I’m not that disappointed because I’ve got the afternoon off around the pool.”
Vijay Singh keeps giving himself chances to end four years without a PGA Tour victory. But the competition isn’t getting any easier at the BMW Championship
Tiger Woods has become the first $100 million man on the PGA Tour. He finished third in the Deutsche Bank Championship to earn $544,000 and push his career total to $100,350,700.
Troy Matteson scored 10 birdies Thursday en route to a bogey-free round of 10-under 61 for a three-stroke stroke lead after one round of the John Deere Classic.
The top 25 players from the Web.com Tour are assured of getting PGA Tour cards under a new system that does away with Q-school.
Davis Love III is going back to The Olympic Club for the U.S. Open, this time as the 48-year-old Ryder Cup captain and not the reigning PGA champion.
Martin has not played the U.S. Open since 1998, when he forced the USGA to let him ride a cart because of his leg. He tied for 23rd at The Olympic Club, and then earned his PGA Tour card that year.
Jason Dufner made a 25-foot birdie putt on the final hole Sunday for a one-stroke victory at the Byron Nelson Championship, his second win in three weeks.