The PGA Tour's 2014-15 season begins Oct. 9 with the Frys.com Open -- just four weeks after Billy Horschel won the FedEx Cup title and two weeks after the Ryder Cup. Here's a preview of the 2014 portion.
It's so cute, we had to share it: If you're a U.S. Ryder Cup fans already wondering about the 2016 lineup after the loss to Europe at Gleneagles, check out this 7-year-old's roster ideas.
Had the deadline for U.S. Ryder Cup qualifying ended after the FedEx Cup playoffs, Billy Horschel and Chris Kirk would've been automatic picks. Also, the player with the best cumulative score in the playoffs? Jim Furyk.
Billy Horschel earned $10 million for winning the FedEx Cup. Here's a complete list of the bonus earnings.
Billy Horschel needed to play very well in the final three FedEx Cup events and did exactly that en route to Sunday's Tour Championship win, while Jim Furyk and Rory McIlroy slipped. Here are 5 Things to know.
Billy Horschel pulled away late in the final round of the Tour Championship in Atlanta to surpass Rory McIlroy and Jim Furyk for the win Sunday and the season's FedEx Cup championship.
Billy Horschel fired his 11th consecutive round in the 60s, while Rory McIlroy uses a late eagle to jump into a tie for the lead at 9 under at the Tour Championship.
Saturday was a banner day for Gary Woodland after he fired a year-best 63, but was a day to forget for Jordan Spieth after his 10-over 80 at the Tour Championship.
Here are the final-round tee times and pairings for the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.
Billy Horschel has a two-shot lead entering the third round of the Tour Championship, but World No. 1 Rory McIlroy is among those close behind and will play alongside Horschel in Saturday's final group at East Lake.
The same names have been on a roll and they’re at it again here at the season-ending Tour Championship. Here are 5 Things from Friday's second round at East Lake in Atlanta.
Here are the third-round tee times and pairings for the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.
Here are the tee times and pairings for Friday's second round of the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.
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You can argue that Jim Furyk (10 top-10s) and Rickie Fowler (T-5, T-2, T-2, T-3 in the four majors) were the steadiest players during the regular season -- it's no surprise they’ve continued that trend in the FedEx Cup.
Here are the first-round tee times and pairings for the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga.
When Morgan Hoffmann had missed the cut in the final regular-season FedEx Cup event, he barely reached the PGA Tour's playoffs -- after which he adopted a playing-with-house-money mentality that paid off.
Without trailing Sunday, Billy Horschel kept his cool to hold off Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia and Ryan Palmer and win the BMW Championship in the PGA Tour's 2014 FedEx Cup playoffs.
Billy Horschel closed out the second PGA Tour victory of his career, winning the BMW Championship on Sunday at Cherry Hills in Colorado -- recap the FedEx Cup playoff highlights here!
Billy Horschel and Ryan Palmer will share Sunday's final tee time at the PGA Tour's BMW Championship, with Horschel bringing a three-shot lead into the day -- see the complete pairings here.
Hirawari Ogura and Koichiro Ishika make it a Japanese sweep at the AJGA's Under Armour/Gary Woodland Championship in Lawrence, Kan.
Japan's Koichiro Ishika shot a second-consecutive, 1-over 73 to take the lead at the AJGA's Under Armour/Gary Woodland Championship on Wednesday in Lawrence, Kan.
Gary Woodland sat down with our Lance Ringler at the AJGA's Under Armour/Gary Woodland Championship in Lawrence, Kan.
PGA Tour winner Gary Woodland shows off his swing from multiple angles.
Golfweek Senior Writer Jeff Rude talks to Gary Woodland, about everything from his season ending injury in 2010, to his first PGA Tour win in 2011, to the secret behind his nearly 400 yard drives.
Playing in his first professional major, tour rookie Gary Woodland tells Jeff Rude how much he's learned in 2009, and what his expectations are at Bethpage.