Derek Ernst, the rookie winner of the Wells Fargo Championship, had 14 Ping clubs in his bag. He followed fellow Ping staff player Billy Horschel, who won a week earlier in New Orleans.
See what clubs this week's winners had in play.
Bernhard Langer relied on his short game to bail him out of trouble early and he added to his impressive start to the season by shooting a 67 to win the inaugural Greater Gwinnett Championship by three strokes Sunday.
Corey Pavin joined Bernhard Langer, Roger Chapman and Joe Daley atop the second-round leaderboard. All four took advantage of Fallen Oak's soft greens and ideal windless conditions to join a crowded leaderboard that features 14 players within three shots of the lead.
David Frost won the Toshiba Classic on Sunday, shooting a 65 to defeat Fred Couples by five strokes and tie the tournament record of 19-under 194 set by Jay Haas in 2007.
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.
While the stars duke it out in Arizona, the rest of the PGA Tour tees it up at the Mayakoba Classic. See who our experts like this week.
Mark Wilson is in basically the same position he was a year ago at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.
Our Fantasy Aces have filled our their WGC-Accenture Match Play brackets and are ready for an exciting week in Arizona.
With vintage Palm Springs weather returned to the final round of the Bob Hope Classic, scores were what they usually are at this event. That is, lower than low.
Armed with a dream and a ticket to paradise, PGA Tour hopefuls line up for Sony Open qualifier. Jim McCabe reports.
Matt Every won the season-ending Nationwide Tour Championship on Sunday to earn a 2010 PGA Tour card. Sean Martin breaks down the rest.
Steve Wheatcroft’s 7-under 65 Saturday at the Nationwide Tour Championship was the low round of the day. More importantly, it has him projected to finish inside the top 25.
2010 Nationwide Tour money list
Esteban Toledo has been close to winning a professional event, but finishing the job has always eluded him. Until now.
At the Buick Open Aug. 11, Esteban Toledo went toe-to-toe with the biggest heavyweight of them all – Tiger Woods.
Par golf just doesn’t cut it anymore. Not by a long shot.