As a part of Golfweek's My Year in Golf series, David Dusek reflects on the rise of Rory McIlroy and the 2014 Ryder Cup, among other topics
Peter Maich, who served as the chairman of the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund's annual banquet, stayed connected to the game of golf despite having to battle leukemia in the later years of his life.
Senior writer Jeff Babineau wraps up the year that was on the PGA Tour with his thoughts on Arnold Palmer, Jordan Spieth at The Masters and the 2014 Ryder Cup.
During the Legends of Golf in June, Adam Schupak took advantage of a torrential downpour to hear more about Jack Nicklaus' long-overlooked hobby: fishing.
The Champions Tour announced its 26-event schedule for 2015 on Wednesday.
Over the final two weeks of 2014, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight Ryan Moore.
Given Keegan Bradley's rousing golf success, it could be assumed that he provides the family a focal point around which to can rally a passion for golf. The Bradleys, however, are a family with deep golf roots.
Why has the American side been beaten like a drum in the Ryder Cup for the better part of two decades now? Lee Trevino attributes that to the struggles of the top U.S. players.
With world-ranking points available at his Hero World Challenge, Tiger Woods has the opportunity this week to improve his picture.
In the 28 days since his removal, Ted Bishop has come to terms with what happened. In doing so, he doesn't necessarily agree with the outcome, but refuses to let it gnaw at him.
When Brooks Koepka talked about his goals after his first career win on the European Tour, they consisted mainly of earning spots on the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cups teams in 2015 and 2016.
There are many shades to Bubba Watson, but victory at the WGC-HSBC Champions opened another chapter in his story of self growth.
Europe's recent Ryder Cup victory against America assumed a prominent spot in Asia on Wednesday.
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So, when the news of Ted Bishop’s faux pas surfaced and morphed into a controversy large enough to cost him his job, just where was Suzy Whaley and what did she think of his comment?
Ousted PGA of America president Ted Bishop spent Tuesday morning inside the studios of Golf Channel in Orlando trying to explain how two regretful messages expressed across two social-media platforms late last week have thrown his near four-decade career as a PGA professional into turmoil.
The PGA of America released a statement Monday clarifying former president Ted Bishop's status with the organization moving forward.
On Friday, PGA of America president Ted Bishop found himself looking for justice from a board of directors that has little experience in judging others and clearly overstepped the mark, writes Alex Miceli.
Our Alex Miceli weighs in on the PGA of America's bold reported choice of Tom Watson as the 2014 Ryder Cup captain.
Golf legend Gary Player sits down with Jeff Rude to reflect on the British Open at St. Andrews, and to discuss Tom Watson's great performance last year.
Tom Watson at the British Open . . . Tiger Woods' dominance . . . Y.E. Yang's shocker at the PGA Championship. What was the best story of 2009?