Golf's top stars gather next week at Oak Hill Country Club for the 95th edition of the final major tournament of the year after a season that has brought disappointment, a measure of success and more than a few surprises.
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Woods said that he has not spoken to Sergio Garcia and has no plans to do so after the golfers got into a spat that was sparked by racially-tinged comments from the Spaniard.
Unlike the major professional sports leagues and even the men's and women's professional tennis tours, the PGA Tour has steadfastly refused to announce fines or suspensions. Tour officials do not acknowledge discipline meted out for acts like throwing a club into the gallery, blowing off a mandatory players meeting, getting into an on-course a...
After dropping just one bogey in 36 holes, Arjun Atwal gave away no less than three in the third round to slip to tied third position from top at the McGladrey Classic golf tournament here.
Fresh from his triumph at the Scottish Open, Indian golfer Jeev Milkha Singh will lead the Asian challenge along with Thai Thongchai Jaidee -- winner of the Wales Open -- in the British Open, the oldest of four Majors in the world, here on Thursday.
Arjun Atwal continued to struggle this season as he opened with a five-over 76 in the AT&T National.
Rickie Fowler won his first US PGA Tour title with a playoff victory over US Open champion Rory McIlroy and DA Points on Sunday at Quail Hollow.
There was heartache for South African icon Els, a three-time major champion whose win drought of more than two years continues.
PGA champion Keegan Bradley shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday to take a two-stroke lead after the opening round of the HSBC Champions, the final World Golf Championship of the year.
Keegan Bradley held off a final-round charge from Charl Schwartzel to win the PGA Grand Slam on Wednesday.
American Bubba Watson, chasing his third victory of the season, fired a one-under par 70 to seize a one-stroke lead after Sunday's third round of the US PGA Deutsche Bank Championship.
Arjun Atwal stayed steady in trying conditions to return the day's best card of three-under 67 and move into contention for his second PGA title at the USD 6.5 million HP Byron Nelson Golf Championships here.
Aiming to reclaim his PGA card, Indian golfer Arjun Atwal teed off in only his fourth Nationwide Tour event this year and opened with an erratic two-under 70 to
Tiger Woods, who battled a stomach virus in the opening round, won the exclusive 36-hole PGA Grand Slam of Golf for the record sixth time Wednesday.