If the PGA Tour really wants its post-season to really stand out, then it must return to the drawing board and create a format that captures fans’ attention and interest.
Webb Simpson can’t wait to record his first PGA Tour win, but first he needs to hold onto his 2 – stroke leads.
Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey has the lead at the Wyndham Championship after the second round, but doesn’t feel the pressure as the leader of the tournament.
Jeff Quinney is playing for his tour card and needs a good result at the Wyndham Championship.
Padraig Harrington listened to his wife and decided to make a run at the $10 million FedEx Cup title, but first he needs a good result at the Wyndham in order to play for the FedEx Cup title.
Despite losing the PGA Championship, Jason Dufner has an even-keel demeanor which should help him throughout his career.
No one has a clue as to what is going on with Tiger Woods, or a clear sense of what, if any, is the way out.
After winning the PGA Championship, Keegan Bradley should have the advantage over Tiger Woods for one of Fred Couples’ picks for the U.S. Presidents Cup team.
After the conclusion of the PGA Championship, it seems the pendulum is starting to swing away from the proven names and towards the young and upcoming newcomers.
Scott Verplank has never won a major, but he is two shots behind the leader heading into the final round of the PGA Championship.
If your expecting household names to dominate the leaderboard at the half way point of the 93rd PGA Championship you would be disappointed.
In this week’s Golf World magazine, former U.S. Open Champion Geoff Ogilvy goes all Standard & Poors on the PGA Championship, downgrading its major status from AAA to A+.
Tiger Woods stepped to the podium ahead of the PGA Championship and didn’t say much about his current situation with his hitting coach or his personal life.
Bubba Watson spoke to the media ahead of the PGA Championship and had some interesting things to say on a variety of topics.
The PGA Championship is this year’s final major and without the presence of a dominant player in the field, the player with the best fortune during the week will be the most likely winner.
Despite his us and downs this weekend, Tiger Woods is encouraged with his game play and how he will perform in the future.
Despite all the attention on the Williams-Woods saga, Alex Scott has remained unaffected by the drama and continues to lead the field at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational with a -12 under par.
Rickie Fowler has a share of the lead at the Bridgestone Invitational and is just waiting for his chance to win his first career tour victory.
Sensing his opportunities are dwindling, Lee Westwood has made some to tweaks to his game as he prepares for a run at his first major championship next week at the PGA.
Rory McIlroy has struggled on the European Tour since winning the U.S. Open, but he is now returning to the United States and looks to make a run at the Bridgestone Invitational and PGA Championship.
Tiger Woods makes his return to competitive golf this week at the World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational. He’s ranked 28th in the world. Can regain his form and climb to the top of the rankings?
After a bad 2011 season, Charley Hoffman is going back to the drawing board to figure out what made his successful last year.
After being disqualified at the RBC Canadian Open, and recovering from injury, Anthony Kim is finally starting to play the way he knew he always could.
If Webb Simspon wins The Greenbrier Classic, it would check off a lot goals on his professional golfer list.
Trevor Immelman has struggled on the PGA Tour ever since 2008, but he appears headed in the right direction and only one stroke off the leader in The Greenbrier Classic.