As Washington sophomore Cheng-Tsung Pan plays through the pain after his father's death in February of 2010, Pan is now playing the game he loves all over the world. With the amount of success he has had, its in great part due to his father's teachings.
Phil Mickelson's 28-under total at TPC Scottsdale last week prompted Las Vegas oddsmakers to shave favorite Tiger Woods from a 9-2 favorite to 5-1 to win the Masters and move Mickelson from 15-1 to 12-1.
Tiger Woods has been installed as the favorite to win the PGA Tour's first major championship of the 2013 season.
Rob Oppenheim has taken a two-shot lead at the second stage of PGA Tour Q-school in Plantation, Fla. Also, updates from Brooksville, Panama City Beach, Humble and McKinney are in. One other site, Murrieta, has yet to finalize scores.
Making the cut in a major championship comes with many benefits. One of those perks is often overlooked but is so important to new pros: an exemption to Q-School’s second stage.
Englishman Lee Westwood, the first-round leader at the Masters, has been installed by Las Vegas oddsmakers as the favorite.
Las Vegas is still favoring Tiger Woods this week at the Masters, but Rory McIlroy has crept a bit closer to the four-time champion.
Tiger Woods will tee off at 10:35 a.m. on Thursday, while Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy will take to the tee more than three hours later. Check out the pairings and tee times.
The final odds - which can be updated - came out of Las Vegas last night and Tiger Woods at 9-2 is a slight favorite over Rory McIlroy at 5-1 to win the 2012 Masters.
Fantasy Tip Sheet: There is no consensus on who to pick from our fantasy panel, but Aussie Adam Scott is one of the favorites at the WGC-Match Play.
Defending champion Luke Donald is 23-0-1 in his past 24 common starts with Round-1 opponent Ernie Els. See how the rest of the matches stack up. . .
2012 Match Play: The brackets are set and the matches confirmed, so it didn't take long for our Jim McCabe and Alex Miceli to weigh in with some first-round predictions.
Fantasy Tip Sheet: Aaron Baddeley won the Northern Trust in 2011. Phil Mickelson triumphed on Sunday at Pebble Beach. Our panel of experts like them both heading into Los Angeles.
It's never too early to start talking about the Masters, and our Alex Miceli says that Vegas oddsmakers are making Tiger Woods the early favorite. What about McIlroy?
Lee Westwood shot a 1-over 73 and held off Robert Karlsson for a two-shot win at the Nedbank Golf Challenge on Sunday.
Sean Martin: Seung-Yul Noh is playing a starring role at PGA Tour Q-School, and even countryman K.J. Choi has taken notice of the 20-year-old's unlimited potential.
Defending champion Lee Westwood shot 10-under 62 Saturday to take a seven-shot lead at the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
Graeme McDowell recovered from a double-bogey seven at No. 14 to birdie two of his last three holes Friday for a 5-under 67 and a one-shot second-round lead at the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
Defending champion Lee Westwood birdied the last hole to shoot a 4-under 68 and share the first-round lead with Masters winner Charl Schwartzel at the Nedbank Golf Challenge on Thursday.
As Q-School returns to PGA West, a look at how Y.E. Yang’s 2008 graduation has impacted this year’s class.