Chris Kirk used a final-round 65 to capture the Deutsche Bank Championship and firmly put himself on Tom Watson's radar as the Ryder Cup captain makes his wild-card picks on Tuesday night in New York City.
Chris Kirk fired a final-round, 6-under 65 to capture the Deutsche Bank Championship, and is now firmly in the picture for a Ryder Cup spot. Meanwhile, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood await their fates for the European Ryder Cup squad.
Coming off a victory at the Barclays, Hunter Mahan will now need to sweat out whether he'll even make it to the final round at the Deutsche Bank Championship with another secondary cut looming in the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Ryan Palmer shot a 63 Friday in the first round of the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston to take a two-lead into Saturday. Here are five things from Norton, Mass.
The South Carolina Gamecocks rank No. 10 in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.
From 1999 to 2009, Stuart Appleby was counted among the elite on the PGA Tour. During the past five years, Appleby has seen his impact on the game slowed until a second-place finish last week pushed him to 19th in the FedEx Cup standings.
The Oklahoma Sooners, who return four players who played in last year's NCAA Championship, rank No. 13 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.
The Washington Huskies, led by senior Cheng-Tsung Pan, rank No. 15 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.
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.
An afternoon charge by Rory McIlroy came in conjunction with more steady play by Adam Scott, though it was Phil Mickelson’s theatrics just to get into weekend play that perhaps earned the crowd’s greatest enthusiasm Friday at The Barclays.
Adam Scott fired a 6-under 65 Friday at Ridgewood Country Club to grab a share of the lead with Cameron Tringale at The Barclays.
World No. 1 Rory McIlroy and Jim Furyk are among our experts' favorites for The Barclays this week on PGA Tour -- see who else our senior writers expect to contend in this week's FedEx Cup playoffs opener.
Inbee Park hung around all day and made her charge down the stretch to win the Wegmans LPGA Championship in a playoff over Brittany Lincicome.
Gunn Yang's out-of-nowhere week continued on Saturday, as the San Diego State sophomore secured spots in the 2015 U.S. Open, 2015 Masters and in Sunday's final at the U.S. Amateur with a 19-hole victory over Frederick Wedel.
It came down to the very last hole, but Steve Hudson managed to hold off Pat Thompson on Tuesday to win the inaugural Golfweek Senior Match Play Championship, while Don Marsh took the super senior title.
The PGA Championship gets the short end of the major championship stick -- but for more than a decade, the PGA Championship has delivered some of most riveting drama in the sport.
Rory McIlroy lost the PGA Championship lead for some time Sunday, but fought back past Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler and Henrik Stenson to win at Valhalla for his second straight major title.
Again starting the day at the PGA Championship with a one-shot lead, Rory McIlroy won't have a cushion to rely on if he's to win his second consecutive major Sunday at Valhalla. Follow the highlights here!
Rory McIlroy used his phone plenty as he and the rest of the field waited out the 100-minute weather delay on Sunday, and CBS cameras caught him putting in his passcode and it became an instant Twitter hit.
Golfweek was granted exclusive access to Lexi Thompson as she went through a motion-capture session in Orlando as part of the building of the EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA TOUR '14.
With so much to learn in the game of golf, some of the smaller details can be taken for granted. Marking your ball, for example. Or, what is the correct way to mark your ball when it has settled in a competitor's line? Suzy has the tip in this week's episode.