With the NCAA Championship on the horizon, it is going to take a win by the three players behind Michael Kim to take away the top spot in the Haskins Award Watch List.
After the winds of controversy that have blown over the Wentworth West Course the last few days, the European Tour breathed a sigh of relief when a golf tournament finally broke out Thursday morning.
Defending champion Zach Johnson, perennial contender Jim Furyk, 2011 Masters champion Charl Schwartzel and unheralded Chris Kirk are all players to watch this week.
For the first time in . . . well, perhaps forever . . . Johnson Wagner carried a yardage book at the Open Championship International Final Qualifying at Gleneagles -- mostly due to his unique and inexperienced caddie.
A look at the second-round tee times at the HP Byron Nelson Championship.
A look at the first-round tee times at the HP Byron Nelson Championship.
Jason Day and Jordan Spieth have had success at the Byron Nelson Championship and register as favorites this week by our fantasy panel. Check out their predictions!
It's easy to get a sense of why the great players tread carefully with their schedules - so many great tournaments, so little time. Plus: Players on courses they love and courses they don't, and more in this week's notes.
Denny Glass, who has been tournament chairman for the Northeast Amateur in Rumford, R.I., since 1994, announced his retirement from that post last week. But his impact will be felt for years.
In a day with controversy and a weather delay, it was David Lingmerth who made headlines and has taken a two-shot lead with the third round still in progress over Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson. See how it all happened in the Tracker.
At some point, arenít we justified to ask our athletes to do the right thing? Much has been made of the handful of PGA Tour members who didnít do any of that last week, choosing instead to sulk about shoddy greens at Quail Hollow Club and withdraw.
With Phil Mickelson, Lee Westwood and Rory McIlroy all flirting with the lead on Sunday, it was rookie Derek Ernst that conquered the tough conditions at Quail Hollow to win the Wells Fargo Championship. See how it all unfolded!
Tee times for the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship. Tee times are moved up due to inclement weather moving into the Charlotte, N.C. area on Sunday.
As play comes to end an end Saturday, Phil Mickelson and Nick Watney are co-leaders heading into the final round on Sunday at 8 under par. See how it happened with our Wells Fargo Championship Tour Tracker.
Phil Mickelson will bring up the rear among tee times and pairings for Saturday's third round of the Wells Fargo Championship.
Texas' Brandon Stone makes the biggest leap in the latest Haskins Award Watch List, but Cal's Michael Kim continues to have a stranglehold on the top spot.
This week's Wells Fargo Championship has several high-profile groups in store. Among them: Defending champ Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson and Nick Watney will start early Thursday at Quail Hollow.
Webb Simpson registers as a favorite this week at the Wells Fargo Championship, while Lee Westwood, Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia also garner attention from our panel.
Tee-times and pairings have been moved to early Sunday threesomes, because of the threat of bad weather, for the final round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La.
Tianlang Guan fumbles his way to the day's high round, but leader Lucas Glover manages his miscues to maintain his lead at the Zurich Classic, with four players tied for second.