British Open Storylines Going Into CarnoustieThe British Open welcomes an accomplished field to Carnoustie for the year's third major. Here's what you need to know.
Spieth Faces Tough Task Getting Silver Claret Jug BackJordan Spieth figured someone would be waiting for him when he pulled in to return the silver claret jug. Instead, he was part of a ceremony. His reign as British Open champion was over.
Spieth Finds Himself In A Slump Heading Into U.S. OpenLots of folks have become accustomed to seeing Jordan Spieth's name atop the leaderboards, particularly at golf's majors. So has Spieth.
Leishman Shoots 61 In Debut Of New Course At Byron NelsonMarc Leishman enjoyed the old home of the AT&T Byron Nelson as much as anyone, considering he made the last nine trips there and had one of the best scoring averages in tournament history.
Spieth Headlines Hometown Byron Nelson At New VenueWhether it's scheduling, losing the amenities of a resort, or facing an unfamiliar brand of PGA Tour golf, most of the big names are staying away.
Tiger Woods Says He's "Not That Far Off From Winning"Tiger Woods charged up the leaderboard at The Players Championship, and a long overdue victory really did look within reach. But, as the golf world drew breath, it was not meant to be.
Spieth Can't Seem To Get Anything Right At SawgrassJordan Spieth couldn't do anything wrong the first 58 holes he played at The Players Championship. Since then, hardly anything has gone right.
Jack Nicklaus Has Experience With Letdown From Losing The MastersJack Nicklaus can understand how golfers feel after losing The Masters, and his message for anyone who puts too much emphasis on a green jacket is that the show goes on.
This Week In Golf: Reed Wins Masters, Holding Off Fowler, SpiethPatrick Reed won his first major on Sunday at August National, claiming The Masters with a one-shot win over Rickie Fowler.
Putting Woes Stifle Johnson, Spieth, Thomas At MastersJohnson and Spieth each shot 1-under 71 in the third round. Thomas was one stroke better (70) and moved to 5 under heading into the final round.
This Week In Golf: Poulter Secures Masters Invite With Houston Open Playoff WinIan Poulter won for the first time in six seasons on the PGA Tour as he finished 19 under par at the Houston Open, emerging triumphant in a playoff against Beau Hossler.
Spieth Looks To Regain Putting FormThe 24-year-old Dallas native Jordan Spieth, ranked No. 4 in the world, has been hurt by inconsistent putting of late.