The second leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs, the Deutsche Bank Championship, begins Thursday at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass. Follow the first-round action!
Phil Mickelson, currently 57th on the FedEx Cup points list, is ready to make a run to the Tour Championship, first with a solid finish this week at TPC Boston.
For Geoff Ogilvy, there's an upside as the last guy invited to the party at this week’s Deutsche Bank Championship, the second stop in the PGA Tour’s four-pronged FedEx Cup playoffs.
Marissa Steen will tee it up this week in the LPGA's Portland Classic riding a wave of confidence after winning for the third time on the Symetra Tour.
Butch Harmon has little to say about working with Tiger Woods again, while Rory McIlroy might have had a shorter path to the FedEx Cup playoffs than intended; plus more PGA Tour news and notes
When the PGA Tour prepares for next year’s round of FedEx Cup playoffs, players might have asked for the PGA Tour's secondary cut to be eliminated from the four season-ending events.
Tiger Woods' next instructor should be Tiger Woods, according to some of the game's top instructors.
World No. 1 Rory McIlroy will share a tee time early Friday and late Saturday with new FedEx Cup points leader Hunter Mahan and Jimmy Walker for the first two rounds of the PGA Tour's Deutsche Bank Championship.
European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley could easily favor Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Luke Donald for his at-large selections -- but don't count out Stephen Gallacher if he plays well at the Italian Open.
Hunter Mahan made a big move in the OWGR after his FedEx Cup Playoffs win at The Barclays.
TPC Boston is a fun place for a shoot out and makes for good TV theatre as the Deutsche Bank Championship's final round unfolds on Labor Day Monday in the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup.
The Oregon Ducks, led by coach Casey Martin and returning all five starters from last year, rank No. 26 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.
Pulling clear of a tightly crowded leaderboard late Sunday, Hunter Mahan vaulted himself into the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup lead by winning The Barclays on Sunday.
Hunter Mahan captured the title at The Barclays on Sunday, leaving Jim Furyk answering more questions and a few big names missing out on the rest of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
Jason Day and Jim Furyk might share the lead at 9 under, but 13 other players are within three shots of the lead entering Sunday's final round of The Barclays.
Check out this video of Phil Mickelson hitting a flop shot over Roger Cleveland at point-blank range.
PGA Tour winner D.A. Points shows off his swing from multiple angles.
Ian Poulter talks about his fourth point that he scored on Sunday.
Luke Donald scored the first European point on Sunday.
D.A. Points shows us his swing, and how he stays fresh on the green.
D.A. Points gets his first win on tour at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Take a look at the swing that got him there in glorious Golfweek slow-mo.
Team USA teed off one point behind Great Britain & Ireland, but by the end of the day it was a completely different story.
Brad Klein gives us an exclusive tour of some of the finer points of Beth Page. Find out where he believes all the action is this week, and how about some help from Stewart Cink?
Another example I just wanted to toss out there: BYU recently competed in what is the toughest-ranked college tournament to this point in the season – the U.S. Collegiate Championship. The field included eight teams in the Golfweek/Sagarin top 10. The Cougars, having a down year, entered the event ranked No. 101 in the rankings and placed 15th in the 15-team field. This week BYU checks in at No. 105. However, The Cougars strength of schedule improved 15 spots from No. 62 to No. 47. Remember, it’s not always who you play, it’s how you play when you play. – Lance
There were a couple of interesting developments at the Bryan National Collegiate. Duke leads by just a single shot over Florida, which means the Blue Devils will have to earn their victory if they should go on to win. Another interesting note is that Arkansas’ Stacy Lewis, the defending NCAA champion, posted a 3-under 69 to lead Duke’s Amanda Blumenherst, two-time National Player of the Year, by four shots heading into the final round. Sidenote: Steffi Kirchmayr of Charleston is tied with Amanda - can she make a run in the final round? The all-time series between the top two players in women’s golf has Blumenherst leading with a 6-2-1 record. She is 2-0 against Lewis this spring with head-to-head wins at the UCF Challenge and the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic. - Lance