Henrik Stenson and several other big names will make an appearance this week at the Asian Tour's Thailand Golf Championship, which begins Thursday at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi, Thailand.
Defending champion Scott Jamieson of Scotland tees off in the late wave Wednesday as tee times at the Nelson Mandela Championship changed to avoid conflict with a state funeral for its namesake.
Consider Round 1 of Tiger Woods' Northwestern Mutual World Classic to have been filled with many hits (the field average for the 18 players was 72.78, with 64 bogeys) and barely any giggles.
Titleist's Scotty Cameron Futura X Dual Balance, the counterbalanced version of Adam Scott’s putter, aims to maximize stability.
This weekend would certainly fall into a time of year considered the 'offseason' that touring pros openly seek -- yet 39 of the world’s top 50 players are playing golf.
Touring pros often speak of seeking an 'offseason,' but tournaments such as Tiger Woods' World Challenge boast strong fields nonetheless; plus standout rookie Jordan Spieth's outlook, Angel Cabrera's chase of another Argentinian Open and more in this week's recap of pro notes from senior writer Jim McCabe.
Rory McIlroy birdied the 18th hole to beat Adam Scott at the Australian Open on Sunday, winning for the first time in 2013 and denying Scott the rare Australian triple crown.
Continuing his march toward a Down Under triple crown after winning the Australian Masters and PGA Championship, Adam Scott moved into a four-shot lead during Saturday's third round.
Rory McIlroy made nine birdies en route to a second-round 7-under 65 on Friday at the Emirates Australian Open. McIlroy is now 10 under overall, two shots back of leader Adam Scott, who fired a second-round 70.
Adam Scott birdied his first six holes en route to a course-record 10-under 62 at Royal Sydney on Thursday to take a three-stroke lead after the first round of the Australian Open.
From the breakfast ball to Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Golfweek editor Jeff Babineau reflects on all the things he is thankful for on this Thanksgiving day.
Gene Sarazen, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson are among American PGA Tour stars to win the Australian Open -- but few follow their footsteps on the trek these days.
Adam Scott's successful Australian Masters defense, followed by a team win at the World Cup, overshadowed two good performances from Matt Kuchar.
The World Cup of Golf might not get the fields it once did, but this year's story more than made up for the lack of star names. The event got a fitting winner (Jason Day) and the best team won (Australia).
Adam Scott's caddie Steve Williams plans to cut down on his schedule after next year, slowly putting to an end a 35-year career carrying the golf bags of Raymond Floyd, Greg Norman and most successfully, Tiger Woods.
Australian Jason Day shot a 5-under 66 Saturday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the World Cup at Royal Melbourne.
Thomas Bjorn of Denmark maintained his patience around a tricky Royal Melbourne on Friday to shoot a 3-under 68 and take a one-stroke lead after two rounds of the World Cup.
Kevin Streelman birdied five of the first six holes on the back nine before bogeying two of the final three to share the first-round lead at golf's World Cup with Thomas Bjorn at 5 under.
As the PGA Tour takes a 44-day break from official rounds, early returns on the new wraparound schedule are mixed – as are opinions on the USGA and R&A's changes in rules decisions.
World Cup host Australia will feature reigning Masters champion Adam Scott, while Matt Kuchar will strive to win again as he helped the U.S. do in 2011. Here are capsules of top teams and a complete field list:
David Dusek chats with Chris Tuten, the director of player promotions for Titleist, about Adam Scott and the golf equipment he used to win the 2013 Barclays Championship.
Our David Dusek breaks down what was inside Adam Scott's bag at Augusta National this week.
Alex Miceli talks about Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott from the morning wave of Round 1 at the U.S. Open.