This Week In Golf: Bubba Watson Flips Script To Win TravelersBubba Watson, two-time Masters champion, won the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands, roaring back from six strokes down.
Casey Wins At Innisbrook As Tiger Woods Comes Up Short By A PuttCasey rallied from five shots behind. He ran off three straight birdies early on the back nine, closed with a 6-under 65 and won by one shot when Patrick Reed had a 45-foot putt roll back to his feet on the 18th hole, and Woods came up a few feet short of a birdie putt on the final hole.
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: Dustin Johnson Wins BMW Championship, Eyes FedExCupDustin Johnson, once considered a PGA Tour underachiever, takes the BMW Championship and is well positioned to capture the FedExCup.
This Week In Golf: Rory McIlroy Gets Impressive Win At Deutsche BankRory McIlroy silences critics with a tour-de-force win at the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second round of the FedExCup playoffs.
This Week In Golf: Watson Tops Casey In Playoff To Win TravelersBubba Watson’s driving adjustment proved key, as he bested Paul Casey in a two-hole playoff to take home the Travelers Championship.
Watson Wins Travelers Championship On 2nd Playoff HoleThe long-driving lefty made an 8-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Sunday to outlast Paul Casey and win the Travelers Championship for the second time.
This Week In Golf: Walker Rides High To Claim Valero Texas OpenJimmy Walker rides the wind to victory at Valero. PGA Tour stays in Texas for Shell Houston Open in lead-up to The Masters.
Poulter, Casey Share Lead At Rain-Delayed Honda ClassicWhen the long day ended at soggy PGA National, Ian Poulter and Paul Casey were tied for the lead at 7-under par
Paul Casey Shoots 27 On Back Nine At Byron NelsonPaul Casey has matched the PGA Tour record for the best score on a back nine, carding an 8-under 27 in the second round at the Byron Nelson Championship.
14-Year-Old From China Gets Into US OpenPaul Casey has withdrawn from the U.S. Open, paving the way for a 14-year-old from China to be what officials believe to be the youngest player in championship history.