Bernhard Langer picked up another win Sunday (his sixth of the year) at the PNC Father/Son Challenge with his 14-year-old son Jason by his side.
Curtis and Thomas Strange found themselves tied with Bernhard and Jason Langer through one round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge.
Colin Montgomerie will add another milestone to his impressive career record on Thursday when he tees it up for his 600th European Tour event, the Turkish Airlines Open.
Jack Nicklaus and his son, Jack II, highlight the field for the 2014 PNC Father/Son Challenge.
Golfweek PostGame breaks down the PGA Tour action at the Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi, where another 20-something, Nick Taylor, stole the show.
A week after Bernhard Langer wrapped up the Charles Schwab Cup points title, Tom Pernice Jr. topped Jay Haas in a four-hole playoff to win the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
Kenny Perry and Tom Pernice Jr., lead the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup on the Champions Tour after 54-holes.
Jay Haas took the 36-hole lead at the Champions Tour's Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Scottsdale, Ariz., with a round of 62.
Martin Kaymer and Bernhard Langer took part in a long-drive challenge with Kaymer winning with a 232-yard drive ... with a putter.
Michael Allen won the AT&T Championship on Sunday with a 5-foot birdie putt on the final hole. It helped the 55-year-old get to 15-under 201 at TPC San Antonio (Texas) and claim a two-shot victory.
David Graham, 68, has waited a long time to be recognized by the World Golf Hall of Fame. "It's been a long time," he said, "but like they say: Good things are worth waiting for.”
Laura Davies, David Graham, Mark O’Meara and Albert Warren "A.W." Tillinghast, a foursome of deserving individuals, have been selected to join golf’s most distinguished list as members of the World Golf Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015.
Guy Boros used a closing birdie Friday to wrap up an opening-round 6-under 66 and take a one-shot lead at the Champions Tour's SAS Championship.
The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship offers pairs some of the world's top golfers with notable celebrities at St. Andrews, Ryder Cup notes and more.
United States captain Tom Watson faces a tough decision in determining with American will play 12th in Sunday's singles matches at the Ryder Cup.
Matt Kuchar and Zach Johnson of the U.S. fall to Jamie Donaldson and Lee Westwood of Europe 2 and 1 at Gleneagles in the first Saturday foursome match.
As players walk in a tunnel to the first tee at Gleneagles, the Americans can look left and see images of 10 notable past Ryder Cuppers, while the Europeans can look right for a similar effect.
Jim Furyk has had 14 different partners over eight previous Ryder Cups, leaving him as America's "utility infielder." Meanwhile, Henrik Stenson returns to the Ryder Cup stage for the first time since 2008.
History paints an uneven picture of U.S. fan favorite Phil Mickelson, at least when it comes to his Ryder Cup resume.
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