Leaderboard: Blaming The PutterTiger Woods couldn't figure out the slower greens at Quail Hollow, which is precisely where Wells Fargo winner, Jason Day, excelled.
This Week In Golf: Jason Day Wins Wells Fargo By Two StrokesJason Day won the Wells Fargo Championship, shooting four rounds in the 60s at Quail Hollow for his second PGA Tour win of the season.
Jason Day Captures Wells Fargo For Second Win Of The SeasonLeading by a stroke, Jason Day hit the flagstick on the 230-yard 17th hole, setting up a 3-foot birdie putt and a two-shot victory over Aaron Wise and Nick Watney at the Wells Fargo Championship.
Day & Noren Need Another Day To Decide Winner At Torrey PinesIn the longest playoff in the history of the Farmers Insurance Open, Jason Day and Alex Noren exchanged shots over five extra holes at Torrey Pines. They have to return Monday to decide a winner.
Nelson's Four Seasons Finale: Horschel Over Day In PlayoffBilly Horschel won the AT&T Byron Nelson with a par on the first playoff hole Sunday after Jason Day pulled his 4-foot par putt left and past the hole.
A Rough, Emotional Day For Top Seeds At Match PlayDefending champion Jason Day lasted only six holes at the Dell Technologies Match Play until a heavy heart forced an early departure. Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth might not be far behind.
Day Skipping Australian Events To Rest BackJason Day is skipping the Australian Open and World Cup of Golf in his home country because of the back injury that forced him to withdraw during the final two PGA Tour events of the season.
This Week In Golf: 5 Golfers Who Can Win The FedExCupThe PGA Tour season and FedExCup culminate with the Tour Championship at East Lake. Who still has a chance at the title? This quintet features four of the eight top-ranked players in the world.
This Week In Golf: Patrick Reed Takes The Barclays To Open FedExCup PlayoffsIn a leaderboard with a lot of talent in the Top 10, it was Patrick Reed who emerged with the victory in the Tour's first FedExCup playoff event of the 2015-2016 season. Reed shot 66-68 in the first two rounds and then hung on over the weekend at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York, to earn $1.53 million for the win. Defending champion and No. 1-ranked Jason Day finished in fourth place, two strokes behind Reed, while Jordan Spieth finished in a tie for 10th place.
This Week In Golf: Patrick Reed Takes The Barclays To Open FedExCup PlayoffsPatrick Reed emerged with the victory at The Barclays, the Tour's first FedExCup playoff event of the 2015-2016 season.
PGA Tour Playoffs Get Start At The BarclaysThe top five players on the PGA Tour this season should be plenty rested going into the FedEx Cup playoffs. Most of them haven't played since the PGA Championship three weeks ago.
This Week In Golf: Walker Holds Off Day To Win PGA ChampionshipJimmy Walker's dynamite performance at the PGA Championship seals his first major, as he edges out defending champion Jason Day.