• Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas ride magic short game to thrilling victory

    Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas ride magic short game to thrilling victory
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – It’s a familiar scene. Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas celebrating a clutch putt or impossible recovery shot in the most crucial moment. For the International team it’s a relentless highlight reel that will likely haunt their thoughts for some time.Spieth and Thomas defeated Adam Scott and Cam Davis, 2 and 1, in the leadoff match Friday at the Presidents Cup thanks to a combination of clutch putting and magical short game. Specifically, there was Spieth’
  • Is Ryder Cup venue hillier than Augusta National? Yes, says U.S. captain Zach Johnson

    Is Ryder Cup venue hillier than Augusta National? Yes, says U.S. captain Zach Johnson
    It’s become a biennial cat-and-mouse game for Ryder Cup captains, to set up courses to maximize the home team’s strength while taking advantage of any of the visiting side’s weaknesses.The 2018 matches at Le Golf National outside of Paris is the best example of this. The Europeans established narrow fairways and long rough that was groomed back toward each tee at around the 300-yard mark, benefitting the relatively shorter and straighter home team. The plan worked with a seven-
  • U.S. Ryder Cup captain Zach Johnson says Tiger Woods will be 'part of this team in some capacity'

    U.S. Ryder Cup captain Zach Johnson says Tiger Woods will be 'part of this team in some capacity'
    U.S. Presidents Cup captain Davis Love III said at last month’s matches that even though Tiger Woods wasn’t at Quail Hollow Club, he was still heavily involved in the team and strategy. Woods will likely wield similar influence at next year’s Ryder Cup, whether he’s able to travel to Italy or not.At a press conference in Rome on Tuesday, U.S. Ryder Cup captain Zach Johnson was asked how Woods will fit into his team.“Given who he is and what he's all about, I can't t
  • Scottie Scheffler highlights initial Hero World Challenge field; no Tiger Woods yet

    Scottie Scheffler highlights initial Hero World Challenge field; no Tiger Woods yet
    World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler highlights the initial field for this year’s Hero World Challenge, which was announced Tuesday.Scheffler will be joined, so far, by six other top-10 players in the Official World Golf Ranking at Tiger Woods’ Dec. 1-4 event at Albany in the Bahamas: Xander Schauffele (5), Jon Rahm (6), Justin Thomas (7), Collin Morikawa (8), Will Zalatoris (9) and Matt Fitzpatrick (10).Zalatoris hasn't competed since he withdrew from the BMW Championship with two herniate
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  • Record purses highlight revamped Korn Ferry Tour schedule in 2023

    Record purses highlight revamped Korn Ferry Tour schedule in 2023
    A record $28 million in total prize money highlights next year’s Korn Ferry Tour season, which the PGA Tour announced Tuesday will feature 26 events, each with at least a $1 million purse (up from the $750,000 minimum this past season).The bump in prize money goes along with sweeping changes to the Tour’s top developmental circuit. Among the notable details, which the Tour revealed earlier this year: an overhaul of Q-School, which for the first time since 2012 will offer PGA Tour car
  • Titleist trials new Pro V1 balls on tour

    The next generation of Titleist’s Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls made their debut on the PGA Tour at last week’s Sanderson Farms Championship.
    Titleist’s tour validation process for the next generation of the balls had been scheduled to begin at this week’s Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas. However, that date was brought forward a week in response to demands from tour players who had been involved in the pre-launch testing process.
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  • Power rankings: Patrick Cantlay, Sungjae Im top Shriners top 10

    Power rankings: Patrick Cantlay, Sungjae Im top Shriners top 10
    Birdies will be had as the PGA Tour heads west to Las Vegas for this week's Shriners Children's Open.Just eight courses played easier than TPC Summerlin last season, including last week's venue, Country Club of Jackson. But unlike the Sanderson layout, TPC Summerlin is much more forgiving off the tee. There's a reason why Matt Wolff finished runner-up here in back-to-back years. Martin Laird, who can still hit his irons at an elite level, is a horse for this course, which should also tell you so
  • Power rankings: Patrick Cantlay, Sungjae Im lead Shriners top 10

    Power rankings: Patrick Cantlay, Sungjae Im lead Shriners top 10
    Birdies will be had as the PGA Tour heads west to Las Vegas for this week's Shriners Children's Open.Just eight courses played easier than TPC Summerlin last season, including last week's venue, Country Club of Jackson. But unlike the Sanderson layout, TPC Summerlin is much more forgiving off the tee. There's a reason why Matt Wolff finished runner-up here in back-to-back years. Martin Laird, who can still hit his irons at an elite level, is a horse for this course, which should also tell you so
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  • 5 things for Shriners Children's Open: Patrick Cantlay, Tiger nostalgia, golf's newest star

    5 things for Shriners Children's Open: Patrick Cantlay, Tiger nostalgia, golf's newest star
    The 2022 Shriners Children's Open will again be contested at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, Nevada.From Patrick Cantlay, to Tiger Woods, to Tom Kim, here's what you need to know about this year's tournament:Cantlay Headlines FieldWorld No. 4 Cantlay will tee it up again this week at a golf course that clearly suits his eye. The 2021 PGA Tour Player of the Year won this event in 2017, following that result with back-to-back runner-up finishes in '18 and '19, and an eighth-place finish in 2020. Cantl
  • Abacus launches winter golf apparel range featuring 37.5 Technology

    Premium golf apparel brand Abacus Sportwear’s latest collection sets a new standard in performance and design thanks to the introduction of a ground-breaking technology that promises to keep golfers fully protected from the elements yet remain comfortable in all climates.
    Some of the key pieces in the Abacus AW22 Collection feature 37.5 Technology, a unique and highly innovative breakthrough in material science that helps keep the body at the ideal core temperature – 37.5 degree
  • Wilson rolls out new Staff Model putter range

    Wilson Golf has unveiled a new range of four Staff Model putters, each one precision milled from 304 stainless steel to deliver exceptional feel and performance-balanced weighting for ultimate control on the greens.The latest Staff Model putters mirror the requirements of golfers looking for different head shapes to match their preferred putting strokes. They include a modern version of the iconic Wilson 8802 putter – one of the most famous and successful putters in the hist
  • Immelman: Mixed Presidents Cup idea is ‘disrespectful’ on all accounts

    Immelman: Mixed Presidents Cup idea is ‘disrespectful’ on all accounts
    Ernie Els provided the blueprint and laid the foundation for the International Presidents Cup team.Trevor Immelman has now added a few bricks.“Eventually this house is going to be built,” Immelman said recently on Claude Harmon III’s podcast. “Eventually we’re going to win this thing.”Yet, before, during and after his side’s five-point defeat at the hands of the Americans at Quail Hollow, Immelman couldn’t escape the critics, from television analys
  • Bounce off hotel could eventually earn Alex Noren a Masters berth

    Bounce off hotel could eventually earn Alex Noren a Masters berth
    After falling out of the top 100 in the Official World Golf Ranking on a few occasions the previous two years, Alex Noren is back inside the top 50.And he has quite the fortunate bounce to thank for that.The 40-year-old Swede tied for second on Sunday at the Alfred Dunhill Links after his tee shot on the drivable par-4 finishing hole at St. Andrews’ Old Course kicked off the Rusacks Hotel, back into play and onto the green to set up a closing birdie.Alex Noren finds the green on the 18th a
  • Presidents Cup snubs Ryan Fox, Mac Hughes rise in OWGR after wins

    Presidents Cup snubs Ryan Fox, Mac Hughes rise in OWGR after wins
    Ryan Fox and Mackenzie Hughes each narrowly missed trips to Quail Hollow two weeks ago for the Presidents Cup. If there was a short list of notable omissions for International captain Trevor Immelman’s squad, both players would surely be on it.But on Sunday, neither player looked like much of a snub.Fox won the Alfred Dunhill Links by a shot for his third career DP World Tour title, a victory that moved him to a career-best No. 25 in the Official World Golf Ranking. The jump all but solidi
  • A Beginner’s Guide for Golf Betting in the UK

    Golf is one of the most popular sports to bet on in the UK, though it lags behind football.
     
    The sport is in something of a state of flux right now as a result of the emergence of the LIV Golf tour which has tempted away some of the best players in the world.
     
    But that means there has arguably never been a better time to get involved with betting on golf.
     
    LIV events may become some of the top golf tournaments to bet on, but for now interest peaks around competitions like the M
  • Charley Hull claims second LPGA Tour title

    Charley Hull won her first LPGA Tour event in almost six years when capturing the Ascendant LPGA benefiting Volunteers of America title.
    The 26-year-old from Kettering fired rounds of 67, 64, 71 and 64 at Old American Golf Club in Texas to finish on -18 for a one-shot win over China’s Xiyu Lina, with New Zealand’s Lydia Ko a further shot back in third.
    Going into Sunday’s final round, Hull, Lin and Ko were all tied at the top on 11-under. Hull carded four birdies on the front n
  • Mackenzie Hughes on early celebration: ‘I knew about a foot out’

    Mackenzie Hughes on early celebration: ‘I knew about a foot out’
    Mackenzie Hughes knew the putt was good.Everything else was a blur.As Hughes’ winning putt on the second playoff hole rolled toward the cup, the 31-year-old Canadian, who hadn’t lifted a PGA Tour trophy since capturing his first six years ago, clenched his right hand into a fist and loaded up. By the time the ball dropped, securing Hughes the win Sunday at the Sanderson Farms Championship, he’d had already begun to unleash the fist pump.Closing it out @Sanderson_Champ 👏
  • Sanderson Farms payout: Nearly $1.5 million for winner Mac Hughes

    Sanderson Farms payout: Nearly $1.5 million for winner Mac Hughes
    Mackenzie Hughes picked up his second career PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the Sanderson Farms Championship, where he took down Sepp Straka with a birdie on the second playoff hole at the Country Club of Jackson.For the win, Hughes collected 500 FedExCup points and nearly $1.5 million. To compare, Hughes barely cleared $1 million when the won his first Tour title, in a five-man playoff at the 2016 RSM Classic.Here are the purse and FedExCup breakdowns for Hughes and the rest of the players who m
  • Fox dedicates Dunhill win to former playing partner Shane Warne

    New Zealander Ryan Fox dedicated his Alfred Dunhill Links Championship victory on the Old Course at St Andrews to his late friend Shane Warne, the cricket legend who died in March at the age of 52.
    Fox clinched his third DP World Tour win by finishing one shot ahead of Callum Shinkwin and Alex Noren with an impressive final round of 68, for an overall 15-under-par total of 273.
    Warne, the former Australia leg spinner, was Fox’s regular amateur partner in his five previous Alfred Dunhill Li
  • Mackenzie Hughes wins Sanderson Farms with birdie on 2nd playoff hole

    Mackenzie Hughes wins Sanderson Farms with birdie on 2nd playoff hole
    JACKSON, Miss. — Mackenzie Hughes made birdie on his third time playing the 18th hole on Sunday, and it gave him a playoff victory over Sepp Straka in the Sanderson Farms Championship.Full-field scores from the Sanderson Farms ChampionshipHughes twice had to made tough par saves on the closing hole at the Country Club of Jackson, in regulation from 100 feet behind the green for a 3-under 69 to force a playoff and from a tough spot in a bunker to force a second playoff hole.Straka narrowly
  • Now on PGA Tour, Dean Burmester wants to put name next to Tiger Woods

    Now on PGA Tour, Dean Burmester wants to put name next to Tiger Woods
    PGA Tour fans are going to be seeing a lot of "Mean Dean" this fall – and likely next year as well.Dean Burmester, the 33-year-old rookie from Bloemfontein, South Africa, earned his Tour card via this year’s Korn Ferry Tour Finals after spending most of his career competing on the DP World Tour and Sunshine Tour, where he has won a combined 10 times.Now, though, it’s time to put down roots in the U.S.“I'm going to support the Tour,” Burmester said Sunday after finis
  • Winner's bag: Sanderson Farms Championship winner Mackenzie Hughes

    Winner's bag: Sanderson Farms Championship winner Mackenzie Hughes
    Here's a look at the equipment Mackenzie Hughes used to win his second PGA Tour title at the Sanderson Farms Championship.Full-field scores from the Sanderson Farms ChampionshipDRIVER: Ping G425 LST (10.5 degrees @9.75), with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 7 X shaftFAIRWAY WOODS: Ping G425 MAX (17.5 degrees), with Project X HZRDUS Smoke Green 80 6.5 TX shaft; Ping G425 MAX (20.5 degrees)​​​​​​​, with Project X HZRDUS Smoke
  • Charley Hull wins in Texas to end six-year LPGA title drought

    Charley Hull wins in Texas to end six-year LPGA title drought
    THE COLONY, Texas — Charley Hull put a little extra time into putting practice and it paid off for her in a big way Sunday when she ran off four birdies on the back nine for a 7-under 64 to win The Ascendant LPGA.Hull won for the first time on the LPGA Tour in nearly six years, and the 26-year-old from England crossed the $1 million mark in season earnings.She loved the theater of the final hour at Old American Golf Club as much as soaking herself with champagne when she held on for a one-
  • With help from above, Ryan Fox wins Dunhill Links for Warnie

    With help from above, Ryan Fox wins Dunhill Links for Warnie
    When it comes to motivation, Ryan Fox didn’t glean much from being bypassed for Presidents Cup captain’s pick a few weeks back.However, as he navigated St. Andrews’ Old Course to the tune of 4-under 68 and a one-shot victory Sunday at the Alfred Dunhill Links, Fox was spurred on by something else: his late pro-am partner.“To be honest the only person I can really think of at the moment is Warnie,” Fox said on the 18th green afterward.Fox, the 35-year-old son of New
  • How to watch: Live stream schedule for Shriners Children's Open, LPGA Mediheal and more

    How to watch: Live stream schedule for Shriners Children's Open, LPGA Mediheal and more
    Here's how you can access live streams to Golf Channel's coverage this week. Click on the link for direct access to that event (all times ET). The times represent the live streams and the televised coverage. For events that are tape-delayed, the coverage times are also noted.All events listed below will be showcased on Golf Channel unless otherwise indicated.You will also notice QR codes during Golf Channel and NBC Sports’ digital and TV coverage. If you see one pop up on your screen, open
  • Bryson DeChambeau nearly pulls off upset at PLDA World Championships

    Bryson DeChambeau nearly pulls off upset at PLDA World Championships
    Bryson DeChambeau is getting pretty good at this long drive thing.Competing in the Professional Long Drivers Association’s World Championships for the second straight year, DeChambeau nearly pulled off a massive upset on Saturday in Mesquite, Nevada. He improved on last year’s seventh-place debut to finish runner-up to Martin Borgmeier in the Open division.Borgmeier won with a long drive of 426 yards, 20 yards better than DeChambeau’s best total of 406. Borgmeier also hit a 415
  • Rory McIlroy charges at St. Andrews before Road Hole bunker kills comeback

    Rory McIlroy charges at St. Andrews before Road Hole bunker kills comeback
    There’s never a dull Sunday when Rory McIlroy is at St. Andrews.The world No. 2 was facing an eight-shot deficit as he headed to the first tee at the Old Course Sunday morning, but he was a mere four shots back of a trio of players who sat T-2 through 54 holes.When overnight leader Richard Mansell, who was seeking his first DP World Tour victory, stumbled on his opening nine, McIlroy found himself within a shot of Ryan Fox’s lead as he stood on the tee at the par-5 14th.Full-field sc
  • Mansell in pole position to lift Dunhill title

    Richard Mansell tees off in tomorrow’s final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews knowing full well this could be the greatest day of his golf career so far.
    The 27-year-old from Staffordshire began today’s third round at the challenging Carnoustie course with a lead of two shots, while most of the chasing pack were playing at the easier Kingsbarns and St Andrews.
    But far from being intimidated, he put together a courageous five-under-par round of 67, followin
  • Mark Hubbard goes from getting stabbed in foot to leading Sanderson

    Mark Hubbard goes from getting stabbed in foot to leading Sanderson
    Beware the injured golfer.Before taking the 54-hole lead Saturday at the Sanderson Farms Championship, Mark Hubbard didn’t exactly have the best preparation for Country Club of Jackson. He was nursing a foot injury – but not just any injury.“My daughter got me sick, and then accidentally knocked off a kitchen knife off the counter and stabbed me in the foot,” Hubbard said, “so I had a hole in my foot this whole week, and I didn't get to practice at all last week, so
  • After five straight birdies, Mark Hubbard eyes first Tour win at Sanderson Farms

    After five straight birdies, Mark Hubbard eyes first Tour win at Sanderson Farms
    JACKSON, Miss. — Mark Hubbard ran off five straight birdies on the back nine and ended with a superb shot to 4 feet, giving him a 7-under 65 and a one-shot lead Saturday in the Sanderson Farms Championship as he goes for his first PGA Tour victory.Hubbard has gone 163 starts over six years without winning, and this would be as good a chance as any. It's his first time to hold a 54-hole lead on tour.Mackenzie Hughes of Canada showed how much can change in so little time at the Country Club