Graeme McDowell's victory at the French Open moved him closer to a Ryder Cup spot as the Northern Irishman moved to 10th in European Points and 12th in World Points – he was previously 22nd and 16th, respectively.
Here's a look at the 143 players who have qualified for the 143rd British Open golf championship, to be played July 17-20 at Royal Liverpool.
With Europe's success at the Palmer Cup this week with a pro at the helm (Andrew Coltart), the R&A should take notice and begin to look at the likes of Colin Montgomerie and Padraig Harrington to captain the Walker Cup team.
There are three notable players who can’t yet pencil an annual Tour Championship trip into their schedules; a few British Open tickets have been punched; plus more PGA Tour news from Jim McCabe.
While he hasn't hit a shot in competition since having back surgery in March, Tiger Woods already is listed as at least one oddsmaker's Open Championship co-favorite.
Top-tier players learn to manage their schedules as the pressure-packed summer season can take its toll – including this week at the demanding Wannamoisett Country Club for the Northeast Amateur.
With defending champion Cory Whitsett making his pro debut, an impressive field of college, junior and mid-am stars will duke it out in Rhode Island for one of the most prestigious titles in amateur golf.
After completing a successful freshman campaign at UCLA, top-ranked Alison Lee was greeted with a phone call from one of the all-time women's golf greats Annika Sorenstam – something Lee will cherish forever.
Reading Mark Broadie’s “Every Shot Counts” hearkens back to the professor at Columbia ’s Business School explaining his revolutionary strokes gained-putting statistic after it was adopted by the PGA Tour.
Martin Kaymer's chances of making the 2014 European Ryder Cup team were slim before he notched victories at The Players and the U.S. Open. Now, Kaymer is third on the World Points list and in good position to earn a spot on Paul McGinley's squad.
At Pinehurst, some thought the winner might finish the U.S. Open over par. Martin Kaymer remains well under par after Saturday's third round. Recap the highlights right here!
Bubba Watson fell one shot short of making the cut at the 2014 U.S. Open, as did Luke Donald, Hunter Mahan, Jason Dufner and Charl Schwartzel.
Cory Whitsett fires a 1-under 69, but comes up one shot short of making the cut at Pinehurst No. 2. Meanwhile, Matthew Fitzpatrick grinds out 73 and is the only amateur to make the cut at the 2014 U.S. Open.
We take a look at the numbers after Round 1 at the U.S. Open, including the five players that were perfect in fairways hit.
On U.S. Open eve, Matt Kuchar told his family that he loves Pinehurst No. 2. On Thursday, Kuchar shot 1-under 69 to put himself in a great position to win his first major championship.
Justin Rose explains why he doesn't care for the term "defending" U.S. Open champion, while Matt Kuchar has a mixed bag of U.S. Open and Pinehurst memories, plus more.
The riddle of Pinehurst is reflected in our senior staff's expert picks -- which range from young up-and-comers to players at their peak including Adam Scott and Bubba Watson to wiley veterans. See all their picks and reasoning right here.
After a junior season at Stanford during which he tied Tiger Woods' school record for individual victories, Patrick Rodgers was named the winner of the 2014 Haskins Award, it was announced Monday by the Fred Haskins Commission.
Rory McIlroy, Webb Simpson, Graeme McDowell paired for first two rounds of the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2. The USGA announced the full pairings and tee times on Friday afternoon.
Sometimes in U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying a qualifier isn’t even the story. So it went with the sad tale of Danny Lee, who slid late as Justin Leonard, Seung-Yul Noh and Justin Thomas co-meadaled in Columbus.
Luke Donald scored the first European point on Sunday.
Luke Donald talks about his dramatic comeback on Saturday afternoon.
Luke Donald answers back just one week after Rory McIlroy became the number one ranked professional golfer in the world. After winning the Transitions Championship on the first hole of a four-way playoff, Donald regains number one status.
Luke Donald, who won the NCAA Individual Championship at Hazeltine in 1999, takes Jeff Rude on a brief tour of the 10th hole.