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Collin Morikawa (66) extends lead as play suspended at Workday Charity Open
Collin Morikawa fired a 6-under 66 Thursday at the Workday Charity Open, that featured two rain delays, to extend his lead into the weekend.
Casinos beware: Brooks Koepka adds Memorial, hopes to 'run the table'
After a blazing second-round finish Friday at the Workday Charity Open, Brooks Koepka revealed he was committing to next week’s Memorial Tournament.
PGA Tour's 'XYZ Series' to award PGA Tour starts, plus more details
The PGA Tour's eight-event 'XYZ Series' will award PGA Tour starts to a few top performers next season.
Austen Truslow stressed atop KFT leaderboard? 'I kind of like it'
Austen Truslow co-leads by two shots midway through the Korn Ferry Tour’s TPC San Antonio Challenge at the Canyons.
Collin Morikawa stays hot after delay to open up Workday Charity Open lead
Collin Morikawa didn't let a 75-minute weather delay bother him Friday at the Workday Charity Open, as he opened up his lead.
Can Charlie Woods break his dad’s records? ‘Depends how bad he wants it’
Tiger Woods' son Charlie, 11, is beginning to get serious about golf, but it will ultimately be up to him if he wants to chase – and break – his dad's records.
Could a 4-handicap male win on the LPGA? Twitter user re-ignites 'Battle of the Sexes'
An anonymous Twitter user believes a 4-handicap could win on the LPGA. That did not sit well with those who play golf for a living.
Collin Morikawa contending again after losing made cuts streak
Collin Morikawa lost his made cuts streak at last month's Travelers Championship, but he bounced back in a big way Thursday at Muirfield Village.
Phil Mickelson (73) lets hot start slip away at Workday Charity Open
Phil Mickelson started hot at the Workday Charity Open, but he couldn't keep up the pace during a rocky back nine.
With China announcement, LPGA may have to cancel 14th tournament of 2020
With China announcing that it will not stage any international sports events for the rest of this year, the LPGA faces the possibility of canceling its 14th event this season.
Slow Workday start could've been far worse for Brooks Koepka
Brooks Koepka authored a tale of two nines Thursday at Muirfield Village, shooting an outward 41 en route to a score of 2-over 74.
WGC-HSBC and LPGA Shanghai canceled as China will not stage international events
China says it will not stage any international sports for the rest of the year, including the WGC-HSBC Champions and LPGA Shanghai.
Watch: Jon Rahm's classy chip-in so good it impresses Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm's chip shot on the 14th hole in Round 1 of the Workday Charity Open was so good, it even impressed Jon Rahm.
WGC-FedEx St. Jude will alter exemptions in order to increase field size
The WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational will alter its exemption criteria in order to ensure a field of 78 at its event.
How the LPGA plans to handle its return to play, from Ohio to Europe
What happens if an LPGA player or caddie tests positive at a tournament and is forced to quarantine while on the road when the tour travels across the pond?
Players, caddies who test positive can return to play with certain restrictions
Players or caddies who continue to test positive for COVID-19 can now return to competition under certain guidelines.
Ivy League presidents agree to cancel all fall sports, including golf
The league’s presidents have decided to cancel all fall sports, including golf, and its uncertain what a spring college golf season will look like.
Golf Central Podcast: Ryder Cup on ice until next year
GolfChannel.com writers Ryan Lavner and Rex Hoggard break down the Ryder Cup's official move to 2021 in this bonus episode of the Golf Central Podcast.
Golf Central Podcast: Ryder Cup put on ice until 2021
GolfChannel.com writers Ryan Lavner and Rex Hoggard break down the Ryder Cup's official move to 2021 in this bonus episode of the Golf Central Podcast.
PGA of America's Seth Waugh: 'A Ryder Cup with no fans is not a Ryder Cup'
In what it viewed as a difficult-yet-necessary decision, the PGA of America confirmed that the Ryder Cup will be pushed back a year.
Sahith Theegala joins exclusive company after winning Jack Nicklaus Award
Sahith Theegala was named the Division I recipient of the 2020 Jack Nicklaus Award on Wednesday, completing the sweep of postseason awards.
Ryder Cup postponed until 2021 because of coronavirus pandemic
The PGA of America announced on Wednesday that the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits will be postponed until 2021.
R&A cancels men's and women's Asia-Pacific amateurs
The R&A has canceled two more of its events, the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific and Asian-Pacific Amateur.
Recently embarrassed and afraid, SMU junior overcomes to fire 62 in KFT qualifier
In the past eight months, Ben Wong went from struggling to break 80 to firing 62 Monday in a Korn Ferry Tour qualifier.
Matthew Fitzpatrick 'shocked' to have 'Bones' on the bag in Ohio
Matthew Fitzpatrick will have veteran caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay on the bag for the next two weeks of PGA Tour events in Ohio.
Same course, different tests: How Muirfield Village will host two PGA Tour events
Muirfield Village is prepared to host a PGA Tour doubleheader, but don’t get the impression they'll be identical events.
Women's British, Ladies Scottish to be played as scheduled, says R&A
The AIG Women’s British Open and ASI Ladies Scottish Open both announced Tuesday that they are on track to stage their events next month.
Golf Central Podcast: Is Bryson DeChambeau the de facto world No. 1?
Bryson DeChambeau is technically No. 7 in the latest Official World Golf Ranking, but is he really the best player on the planet?
PGA Tour changes course: No fans allowed at Memorial
After initially planning for up to 8,000 fans per day, the PGA Tour announced that no fans will be present at next week's Memorial Tournament.
Major odds: Bryson DeChambeau the favorite to win PGA, U.S. Open, Masters
Fresh off his bludgeoning of Detroit Golf Club, Bryson DeChambeau is the betting favorite for each of the three legs of the Pandemic Slam.
Bryson DeChambeau jumps into automatic qualifying position for U.S. Ryder Cup team
As of now, the Ryder Cup is still slated for this year and, if qualifying ended now, Bryson DeChambeau would automatically be on the U.S. team.
Bryson DeChambeau continues climb up Official World Golf Ranking
Bryson DeChambeau has played each of the first four events upon the PGA Tour’s return to competition, and each week has progressed in the OWGR.
Matthew Wolff far from sour after failing to close: 'It's all learning'
Matthew Wolff found plenty of positives after Bryson DeChambeau flipped the script on him at the Rocket Mortgage Classic.
Bryson DeChambeau broke ShotLink during Rocket Mortgage Classic win
Bryson DeChambeau wasn't the worst player in the field on the weekend in Detroit in proximity to hole, he actually broke ShotLink.
Rocket Mortgage Classic payout: Bryson DeChambeau wins $1.35 million
FedExCup points and purse breakdowns for winner Bryson DeChambeau and the rest of the players who made the cut at the Rocket Mortgage Classic.
What's in the bag: Rocket Mortgage Classic winner Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau won the Rocket Mortgage Classic on Sunday in Detroit. Here's a look inside his winning golf bag.
Bryson DeChambeau (65) bashes his way to victory at Rocket Mortgage Classic
With a final-round 65, Bryson DeChambeau quickly overcame early deficit and then ran away to win the Rocket Mortgage Classic by three over Matthew Wolff.
Just like his grandpa, Tyler Strafaci wins North and South Amateur at Pinehurst
Tyler Strafaci won the North and South Amateur on Saturday, joining his grandpa as the only grandfather/grandson duo to win the event at Pinehurst.
Bryson DeChambeau confronts cameraman for potentially damaging his brand
Bryson DeChambeau got into an exchange of words with a cameraman during Saturday's third round of the Rocket Mortgage Classic.
How ice cream man helped Matthew Wolff scoop up lead in Detroit
Matthew Wolff scooped up the lead in Detroit with a little help from the ice cream man, who was driving around the area Saturday.