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Snedeker joins under-60 club with sizzling finish Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Brandt Snedeker became the first PGA Tour player to break 60 after making a bogey on his first hole, carding a first-round 59 at the Wyndham Championship.
Tiger's caddie tried paying off heckler to leave Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Joe LaCava, Tiger Woods' caddie, tried paying off a heckler to go away at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational but had to have him ejected when he still carried on.
Salas' 62 ties course best in Indy LPGA opener Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Lizette Salas finished her round with yet another birdie at No. 18 and took a two-shot lead over Angel Yin and Nasa Hataoka with a course-record-tying 10-under 62.
Garwood shoots 64 for 1-stroke lead in Dick's Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Doug Garwood birdied the final three holes for an 8-under 64 and the first-round lead Friday in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.
Hammer advances to U.S. Amateur quarterfinals Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Cole Hammer, who is headed to the University of Texas this fall, won two matches Thursday at Pebble Beach to advance to the U.S. Amateur quarterfinals.
Jamieson, Waring tie halfway lead at Nordea Masters Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Scott Jamieson and Paul Waring share the halfway lead at the Nordea Masters on 11-under-par at the completion of the second round.
Fowler (oblique) out of FedEx Cup playoff event Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Rickie Fowler has withdrawn from next week's FedEx Cup playoff event in New Jersey due to an oblique injury he suffered two weeks ago.
Tiger's final-round chase pumps up PGA ratings Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
The PGA Championship saw a 73 percent increase in its viewership for Sunday's final round, in which Tiger Woods made an electrifying charge in an attempt to win his 15th major.
The holes that defined golf's major championships Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
From Phil's mess at the U.S. Open, to Tiger's charge at the PGA, to Brooks Koepka standing tall twice under pressure, this year's majors didn't lack drama.
For the man who always said second stinks, this time it didn't Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Tiger Woods wanted to win his 15th major. Pretty much everyone at Bellerive wanted the same thing. That he didn't wasn't so bad when you consider what he has done in the past two majors.
Brooks Koepka wasn't losing to anyone, not even Tiger Woods Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Brooks Koepka understood the feel-good story, the one everyone wanted. On Sunday at the PGA Championship, he just wasn't going to allow it to happen.
How Brooks Koepka outlasted a stacked leaderboard to win the PGA Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
A lot of players had a chance to win the PGA Championship. Here's why Brooks Koepka did and Tiger Woods and some others didn't.
Why Sunday at the PGA could be a final round for the ages Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
The course is so-so, and the weather is hot, so let's get this over with, right? Wrong. With all the big names -- Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler and more -- trying to chase down Brooks Koepka, we're in for something special.
Tiger and the search for 18 holes of old magic Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
At times Saturday, old Tiger looked like the Tiger of old. The roars. The club twirls. The walk. But something was still missing. What if he finds it Sunday?
How a weather delay impacts Tiger, the course and the PGA Championship Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Tiger Woods was on roll Friday, before the rain rolled in. So what does this mean for him? For the field? For the condition of the golf course? Our experts weigh in.
How Tiger, Rory and JT brought the cool factor to the PGA Championship Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
The crowds swarmed one group on Thursday at the PGA Championship, because golf did what other sports cannot: put stars from different generations together and waited to see what happens.
With Fowler, it's too early to have the 'Is this the week?' conversation Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Rickie Fowler is in position at a major, which of course means the question is coming: Will this PGA be when he finally wins a major? Let's keep something in mind: It's just one round.
Tiger able to 'grind out' 70 after poor PGA start Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Tiger Woods started with a bogey and a double-bogey on his first two holes before turning things around to "grind out" an even-par 70 at the PGA Championship.
Ranking every player in the 100th PGA Championship Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Looking for Tiger or Rory or Jordan or JT to be at the top of Michael Collins' list? Wrong. Hear this name and write it down: Tony Finau.
ESPN predictions: Who will win the PGA Championship? Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Established stars and first-timers have won the PGA Championship. So it only makes sense that our experts ranged from proven names to players ready to take home that first major.
Eliminating the field to find the PGA Championship winner Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Everyone has a formula to pick the PGA winner. Our Stats & Information crew crunched the numbers to figure who won't win. That left just one name remaining.
Everything you need to know for the first round of the PGA Championship Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Whether or not Tiger Woods' back can hold up for four days, if Jordan Spieth can finish the career slam and will Bellerive wilt under the hot conditions will be at the center of everyone's mind.
Is it finally time to bet on Tiger Woods? Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Whether you believe Tiger will win again or not, public backing has removed all value in betting on him. Doug Kezirian dives into why.
Tiger brings high expectations, then panic Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
One week he's back, ready to win again. The next, his game is off, and his every movement is analyzed for possible injury. For the year's last major, which is it?
Biggest questions at PGA Championship start with Tiger, Jordan Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Our experts debate whether Tiger will end his drought (they say no) and which big-name player could be in big-time trouble (that's you, Jordan).
A step-by-step look at Tiger Woods' 2018 season Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Tiger Woods has one more shot this year to win a major. Will he make a run like he did at The Open or be a non-factor, as he was at the U.S. Open and Masters?
Aussie golfers, PGA stars pay tribute to Jarrod Lyle Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Australia's golfing stars have been joined by their PGA and European Tour colleagues from across the globe in paying tribute to Jarrod Lyle.
Justin Thomas figured out how to win again at just the right time Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
It hasn't been that long since Justin Thomas last won. It just feels that way. But with a win at the WGC-Bridgestone, all feels right heading into his defense of his PGA Championship.
Tiger ties career low with 5 pars in closing 73 Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Tiger Woods' weekend at Firestone -- where he has eight victories -- did not go as he had hoped, with a pair of 73s among his worst performances at the venue.
Lyle, 36, chooses to stop leukemia treatment Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle has opted not to seek further treatment in his long fight against leukemia and will receive palliative care at home, his family announced late Tuesday.
Tiger vs. Phil is the heavyweight fight we all want to see Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
No, Tiger and Phil aren't in their primes. Ian O'Connor's response to that: Who cares? A winner-take-all, $10 million grudge match is good for them, golf and us.
The story behind the Phil Mickelson ad you can't stop watching Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
The star golfer showed off his unknown dance moves in a now-viral ad for the clothing company Mizzen+Main.
The biggest remaining Ryder Cup questions for the U.S. and Europe Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Some big names are on the outside looking in right now. There's not much time for Sergio Garcia -- and Tiger Woods -- to make a case for a spot.
Why it feels like Tiger Woods is a lock for the Ryder Cup Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Tiger Woods is a long shot to move into the top eight in the next two events and guarantee himself a spot on the U.S. team. But here's why he's pretty much a lock.
Johnson wins Canadian for 19th PGA Tour title Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Dustin Johnson, who has an endorsement deal with title sponsor RBC, gave them plenty to cheer about, pulling away for his third victory of the season and 19th on the PGA Tour.
A major loss for Tiger that will lead to a major win Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Tiger Woods had the lead at The Open. He didn't finish it off. But being right there, and the pain of not closing, is a necessary step on the road to major No. 15.
Inside a wild Sunday at The Open Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
From the return of Tiger roars on Sunday at a major to a Jordan Spieth detour around a forgotten part of the course, The Open's final round had everything, including a nerveless champion.
Majestic Molinari keeps his cool in the Tiger Woods commotion Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Challenged with an elite field, a tough course and being a part of the most followed pairing at Carnoustie, Francesco Molinari emerged to become Italy's first major champion.
Ranking all of The Open courses Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
The conversation starts, as it should, with St. Andrews. Each course, though, offers something different. Where do they all fall on our list?
Jordan Spieth's search for the missing magic Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Jordan Spieth, perhaps for the first time ever, is struggling. He hasn't won since last year's Open. Is it time to worry -- or is the next act about to start?
How Jean van de Velde famously threw away The Open Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Jean van de Velde's collapse at Carnoustie in 1999 will go down as one of the biggest meltdowns in sports history. With The Open back at Carnoustie, we relive the mess.
Jean van de Velde and the 'championship heartbreak' list across sports Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
From the 2013 Spurs to the 2011 Rangers to Greg Norman at the Masters, teams and athletes across sports have see titles disappear.
The highs and lows of the new PGA Tour schedule Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Some major changes are coming to the golf calendar. Which tournaments won? Which lost?
2018-19 PGA schedule manages shuffled major Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
To accommodate the PGA Championship moving to May next year, the PGA Tour's flagship event, the Players Championship, will return to a March date. The FedEx Cup playoffs will end a month earlier and be condensed from four events to three.
Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson: Tale of the tape Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
A head-to-head showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for $10 million? Yes, please, especially when you look at their history.
Report: Tiger, Phil working on $10 million match Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson reportedly are in talks about an exhibition match worth $10 million to the winner.
Greg Norman on surfing, dieting and climbing Everest Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Greg Norman doesn't hit the links much these days, but don't be deceived into thinking "The Shark" is out of shape -- for the Body Issue, he opens up about his postcareer workouts.
The Body Issue 2018 Otevřít odkaz do nového okna
Ten years, hundreds of thousands of images -- and we're just getting started. This year 16 athletes join the revered ranks of Body Issue stars, and there are, as always, too many awe-inspiring moments to count.
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