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Quotes of the week: Almost-missed tee times and firing back against the haters
From almost-missed tee times, firing back against criticism and playing with the President, take a look at this week's Top Quotes.
Pieters (69) becomes first Czech Masters repeat champion
Thomas Pieters shot a 3-under 69 Sunday to become the first golfer to win the Czech Masters for the second time, beating Adri Arnaus by one stroke.
Poston walks to Medinah after hotel catches fire; 'It was wild'
It turns out Phil Mickelson wasn’t the only PGA Tour player whose routine was disrupted by a lightning strike and hotel fire ahead of the final round of the BMW Championship.
Mickelson makes it to Medinah after hotel catches fire
Intense storms in the Chicago area that altered Sunday’s start at the BMW Championship threatened to end Phil Mickelson’s 2018-19 season one round early.
Phil's hotel catches fire, cutting final-round tee time close
Intense storms in the Chicago area that altered Sunday’s start at the BMW Championship may end Phil Mickelson’s 2018-19 season one round early.
Phil's hotel on fire ahead of BMW final round, unable to get clubs, clothes
Intense storms in the Chicago area that altered Sunday’s start at the BMW Championship may end Phil Mickelson’s 2018-19 season one round early.
Despite Thomas' giant lead, intrigue still there for Atlanta hopefuls
Justin Thomas erased any lingering drama out of the leaderboard at the BMW Championship, but there's still plenty of intrigue heading into the final round at Medinah.
Why Thomas just won $1,000 from Koepka for BMW holeout
Justin Thomas holed out for eagle Saturday at the BMW Championship, and he'll be getting a nice payment soon from Brooks Koepka.
Last two standing: Augenstein, Ogletree to face off in U.S. Am final
Order has been restored at the 119th U.S. Amateur. Two seniors who have loads of match-play experience and are bona fide top-25 college players will face off in the 36-hole championship match.
Barron leads Dick's Sporting Goods Open as second-round play suspended
Monday qualifier Doug Barron had a one-stroke lead in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open when lightning forced the suspension of play late in the second round Saturday.
Grip it and rip it: Have modern drivers made the game too easy?
Medinah Country Club's course record has been broken twice in the span of three rounds at the BMW. In the modern game, technology off the tee continues to outpace any efforts to rein in the world’s best.
Hagy, Rodriguez share KFT lead in Columbus as each vies to stay on PGA Tour
After struggling on the PGA Tour this season, Brandon Hagy and Jose de Jesus Rodriguez are each in position to get another chance.
Snedeker (67) springboards closer to 'main goal' at Tour Championship
Brandt Snedeker didn't have his best iron game Saturday at the BMW Championship. But it wound up being good enough to inch closer to reaching his yearly 'main goal' at the Tour Championship.
Thomas (61) takes command of BMW as he eyes first victory of season
Players continued their assault on Medinah on Saturday, and it was Justin Thomas who led the charge to take command of the BMW Championship.
Final-round tee times moved back with severe weather in forecast at Medinah
The PGA Tour is moving up tee times for the final round of the BMW Championship with thunderstorms expected at Medinah.
TT Postscript: So you're saying there's a chance after Woods' bogey-free 67
Tiger Woods put together his first-bogey free round in nearly a year on Saturday at the BMW Championship. But he’s going to need to go even lower on Sunday if he wants to make it to East Lake.
Woodland (64) surging with Presidents Cup berth on the line
Gary Woodland hasn't made much noise since winning the U.S. Open in June, but with the Presidents Cup on the line, he flashed that major-winning form Saturday at the BMW Championship.
Highlights: Tiger (67) cards 5 birdies, no bogeys in Round 3 at BMW
Highlights from Tiger Woods' third-round 67 Saturday at the BMW Championship at Medinah.
Pieters (66) leads Czech Masters by one through 54 holes
Thomas Pieters birdied his final hole Saturday to take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Czech Masters.
Where's Rory's best stuff? It could finally be showing up after 67 at BMW
Rory McIlroy admittedly hasn't had his best stuff this week, but he showed a glimpse late Friday that could lead to a stellar weekend.
Dougherty, another OSU alum, takes lead in Columbus as Hovland slips
Kevin Dougherty took the lead at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship after firing a second-round 66.
Matsuyama (63) torches Medinah to take second-round lead BMW Championship
Hideki Matsuyama has never missed the Tour Championship since his first full year on the PGA Tour. He played Friday like he doesn't want the streak to end.
Sabbatini (68): Prez Cup captain Els 'not happy with me right now'
South African native Rory Sabbatini switched nationalities to Slovakia, meaning that he's not eligible for Ernie Els' Presidents Cup squad in December, and Els doesn't appear too happy about that.
Jimenez (65) closes strong to share lead at Dick's Sporting Goods Open
Miguel Angel Jimenez birdied three of the final six holes Friday for a 7-under 65 and a share of the first-round lead in the PGA Tour Champions' Dick's Sporting Goods Open.
E. Molinari cards second straight 66 to take lead at Czech Masters
Edoardo Molinari shot his second straight 6-under 66 and earned a two-shot lead after two rounds of the Czech Masters on Friday.
Cantlay could end season with more titles, lots of cash and a trip Down Under
After rounds of 66-67 at the BMW, Patrick Cantlay has put himself in position to walk away with quite the end-of-season haul.
Hideki rides sizzling putter to course-record 63, BMW lead
Hideki Matsuyama hasn't won in more than two years, partially because of struggles with the putter. But he had it rolling Friday at Medinah, carding a course-record 63 to take the lead.
TT Postscript: Reflecting on another disappointing 71 at BMW
Tiger Woods shot another 71 Friday at the BMW, squandering almost all of his progress and getting worse as he got closer to the hole.
DeChambeau goes on profane rant about slow-play 'haters'
With slow play questions following him from New Jersey to Illinois, Bryson DeChambeau had a colorful reply to those still hounding him about a putt he hit a week ago.
Hovland (64) grabs share of lead at Korn Ferry Tour Finals opener
Viktor Hovland opened the Korn Ferry Tour Finals opener with a 7-under 64 to grab a share of the lead.
Last to make match play, Squires returns to U.S. Amateur quarterfinals
Austin Squires advanced to the U.S. Amateur quarterfinals for the second straight year after winning two matches Thursday.
Thomas (65) finds groove to take share of lead at BMW Championship
On the range, Justin Thomas had no idea where the ball was going. Some five hours later, he had a share of the course record at Medinah.
Kokrak (65): Would be 'all-time dream' to make Masters
Jason Kokrak opened the BMW with a 7-under 65, and if he were to make the Tour Championship, he'd lock up a spot in the Masters.
Ranking the remaining U.S. Walker Cup team contenders
Here’s a closer look at those players believed to still be in the mix for a Walker Cup spot, listed in order of credentials.
TT Postscript: Tiger (71) shows signs, but there is still work to do
Some thoughts from strolling a steamy Thursday afternoon alongside Tiger Woods at the BMW Championship.
'F--- yeah, I'm interested': HOF'er LaCava recalls call from Woods
Joe LaCava was inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame on Wednesday night, and shared his simple answer to Tiger when he asked him if he'd be interested in being his caddie.
Uncomfortable Koepka (68) flips switch to salvage opening round at BMW
It's been about a week since Brooks Kopeka has felt comfortable over the ball, but a small adjustment Thursday at the BMW Championship turned things around for the FedExCup leader.
Thomas turns 'worst warmup' ever into record-tying 65 at BMW
After one of the worst warmups "of his life," Justin Thomas fired an opening 65 Thursday to tie the course record at Medinah.
Furyk (66) starts strong at BMW, eyes lucrative return trip to East Lake
Jim Furyk shot 66 Thursday at the BMW Championship and is eyeing a trip to the Tour Championship for the first time since 2015.
Highlights: Woods makes a few birdies early, settles for opening 71 at BMW
Highlights from Tiger Woods' opening round of the BMW Championship on Thursday at Medinah.
U.S. Am Round of 32 results: Augenstein beats Bhatia
The U.S. Amateur field has been trimmed to just 16 players during a doubleheader day at Pinehurst.
Medalist Wu upset by last man in U.S. Amateur field
After prevailing in a 27-for-3 playoff at the U.S. Amateur, Austin Squires’ path didn’t get any easier. His first opponent was stroke-play medalist.
Mickelson roasts Donald on Twitter over slow-play solution
As the debate over how to fix slow play rages on, some of the biggest names in the sport are taking to Twitter. And Luke Donald found out the hard way, don't mess with Phil Mickelson on social media.
Poulter hoping return to Medinah can spark first trip to East Lake
Ian Poulter has never been to the Tour Championship, but he’s hoping that a return to the site of one of his career highlights will be just what he needs to punch his first ticket to East Lake.
Kaymer remains ‘member in good standing’ despite missing 15-start requirement
Former world No. 1 Martin Kaymer will be allowed to retain conditional PGA Tour membership for the 2019-20 season despite falling short of the Tour’s requirement that a player make at least 15 starts in a...
LaCava to be inducted into Caddie Hall of Fame Wednesday; 'It's a wondeful honor'
Joe LaCava will become the latest inductee into the Caddie Hall of Fame on Wednesday night ahead of the BMW Championship.
'Bo Knows' golf: Koepka picks Jackson's brain during BMW pro-am
Bo Jackson does indeed know, Brooks Koepka was able to confirm Wednesday at Medinah. Koepka came to this conclusion after playing 18 holes with the sports icon in the tournament pro-am.
After PAC meeting at Medinah, wheels in motion for slow-play policy change on Tour
The PGA Tour's player advisory council met on Tuesday night at Medinah ahead of the BMW Championship, and wheels seem to be in motion for a slow play policy change.
Now impossible for Tiger to make U.S. Prez Cup team on points, will he pick himself?
Tiger Woods maintains he still wants to make the U.S. Presidents Cup on his own. But with only this week’s BMW left to play before the qualifying window closes, he can’t.
Woods takes back nine of BMW pro-am off, feels 'way better' than last week
Meeting with the media ahead of the BMW Championship, Tiger Woods described the oblique strain that caused him to withdraw from The Northern Trust and said that he feels “way better” than he did this time...
Man apologizes for killing 22-year-old former Iowa college golfer
The homeless man who pleaded guilty to killing a former Iowa State golfer has told a judge that he's sorry for his crime.
Walker Cup rankings: Castillo makes big push in U.S. Amateur stroke play
Here's a look at how the American Walker Cup contenders stack up after the completion of U.S. Amateur stroke play.
Wu locks up U.S. Amateur medal; Match-play bracket yet to be finalized
Brandon Wu locked up medalist honors Tuesday at the U.S. Amateur, but the Round of 64 will have to wait until Wednesday morning to be finalized.
Fixing slow play on PGA Tour ultimately comes down to players
The Player Advisory Council is meeting this week to discuss slow play. How far those talks get, however, depends on how many players are willing to admit they're part of the problem.
Position players: Finale's staggered scoring coming into focus at BMW
The staggered leaderboard that will be at the forefront of a revamped Tour Championship next week is quickly moving to the forefront of players’ minds this week at the BMW Championship.
Rory remembers Medinah RC: 'Hopefully won't need [police escort]' this time
It didn’t take long for Rory McIlroy’s session with the media ahead of this week’s BMW Championship to drift back to memories from a chaotic afternoon at Medinah seven years ago.
Fresh off injury withdrawal, Woods officially arrives at BMW Championship
Tiger Woods' presence at the BMW Championship qualifies as news following his withdrawal last week from The Northern Trust. And the 15-time major winner officially arrived on Tuesday.
Harrington loses clubs on flight, first time in 32 years
Padraig Harrington tweeted Monday was the “first time in 32 years of traveling that [his] clubs failed to arrive on the way to a tournament."
Woods grouped with Pan, Horschel at BMW Championship
One week after withdrawing from The Northern Trust with a mild oblique strain, Tiger Woods is expected to play the BMW Championship.
Stock Watch: Selling the Pettersen pick?
Catriona Matthew made a bold decision in taking Suzann Pettersen with one of her European Solheim Cup captain's picks. Was it too bold a decision?
President Trump tees it up with Daly, Perez
There's no shortage of professional golfers who have played with Donald Trump since he was elected President of the United States, but in the past few weeks he has added a couple more names to the list. 
Walker Cup rankings: Cummins (69) boosts stock early
Here's a look at how the American Walker Cup contenders stack up after Day 1 of U.S. Amateur stroke play.
Wu (65) fights off jetlag to take early lead at U.S. Amateur
Brandon Wu fought off jetlag to shoot 5-under 65 on Pinehurst No. 4 and take the first-round lead at the U.S. Amateur.
Randall's Rant: Enough slow play; golf must act now to accelerate the game
Bryson DeChambeau is one of the game's top stars, but the slow-play controversies are dragging him down. The Tour has slow played its slow-play problem for so long, but now is the time to act.
DeChambeau vows to improve pace of play in Instagram post
After all the slow-play dust settled from Liberty National, Bryson DeChambeau took to social media to address what ended up being the main talking point over the weekend at The Northern Trust.
This week in golf (Aug. 12-18): TV schedule, tee times, info
Here's a look at what's happening in professional golf this week, and how you can watch it.
Ancer to become first Mexican to play in Presidents Cup
Abraham Ancer has locked up a Presidents Cup spot, meaning he'll become the first Mexican to tee it up in the biennial matches.
Reed moves to 15th in world following Northern Trust win
Patrick Reed moved to 15th in the latest installment of the Official World Golf Ranking following his one-shot win at The Northern Trust.
Full list of the 25 Korn Ferry Tour players who earned PGA Tour cards Sunday
Twenty-five players locked up PGA Tour cards for next season by finishing the Korn Ferry Tour's regular season among the top 25 in points.
Pepperell apologizes to DeChambeau for name-calling
Two days after calling Bryson DeChambeau a "twit," Eddie Pepperell is offering an apology.
Pettersen headlines European Solheim Cup captain's picks
Suzann Pettersen highlighted the four captain's picks for the 2019 European Solheim Cup team.
Report: Day splits with caddie Williams after two months
Former world No. 1 Jason Day has reportedly parted ways with renowned caddie Steve Williams after just two months together.
Hoag wins Korn Ferry finale as PGA Tour cards finalized in emotional fashion
Bo Hoag won the final regular-season event on the Korn Ferry Tour, becoming one of 25 players to earn a promotion to the PGA Tour next season.
Even with a late caddie switch, Ruffels wins U.S. Women's Amateur
Gabriela Ruffels made history Sunday in Mississippi, becoming the first Australian winner of the U.S. Women’s Amateur.
Varner III catapults to make BMW; Garcia, Wolff among those out of playoffs
With one fewer playoff event and more points available, this year’s postseason was billed as a more volatile version, and The Northern Trust didn’t disappoint.
Reed boosts chances to make Prez Cup with victory at The Northern Trust
Patrick Reed wasn't in contention to make this year's Presidents Cup team after struggling early in the season, but has bounced back in the mix after winning The Northern Trust.
Northern Trust purse payout: Lots of points and cash for Reed
Breakdown of prize money and FedExCup points for winner Patrick Reed and the rest of the players who made the cut at The Northern Trust.
What's in the bag: Northern Trust winner Reed
Patrick Reed won the first playoff event of the season at The Northern Trust. Here is a look inside his bag.
Reed captures Northern Trust for first win since '18 Masters
Patrick Reed captured The Northern Trust by a shot for his first victory of the season and first win since the 2018 Masters.
'Recent incidents' move PGA Tour to review its pace-of-play policy
Responding to what it describes as "recent incidents about pace of play," the PGA Tour has announced plans to review its current pace-of-play policy.
Koepka, DeChambeau talk slow play: 'No issues' after face-to-face chat
A day after making an impassioned defense of his pace of play, Bryson DeChambeau took his message to at least one high-profile opponent of slow play Sunday at The Northern Trust.
Hur closes with 66 to run away with Ladies Scottish Open
Mi Jung Hur won her third LPGA title on Sunday at the Ladies Scottish Open. She carded a closing 5-under 66 in wet conditions to finish four shots ahead of Jeongeun Lee6 and Moriya Jutanugarn.
Quotes of the Week: Slow-play spotlight once again on DeChambeau
Another week on the PGA Tour ... another slow-play controversy. From players calling out Bryson DeChambeau to the 'Mad Scientist' firing back, enjoy this edition of Quotes of the week.
I do: Wie ties the knot with West in big Beverly Hills ceremony
Michelle Wie got married in style Saturday to Jonnie West in a ceremony and reception at a private home in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Only one 'rookie' makes Euro Solheim squad in last chance to qualify
European captain Catriona Matthew will take a veteran core to Scotland to next month for the Solheim Cup. Only one 'rookie' is among the eight players who locked up spots on the team Sunday.
Early playoff exit doesn't concern Wolff: 'Pretty good year for me'
Although Matthew Wolff won’t advance to next week’s BMW Championship, he didn’t seem overly concerned with his early exit given how quickly his career has progressed.
At center of slow-play criticism, DeChambeau sounds off
Bryson DeChambeau knew what to expect Saturday, and he had his own message to add to the viral pace-of-play kerfuffle.
Ancer (68) has a lot on the line Sunday at The Northern Trust
On Sunday, Abraham Ancer will be playing for victory, for a spot in the Tour Championship and for a potential Presidents Cup berth.
Tour’s condensed schedule not slowing Reed down; 'I'm still going'
Patrick Reed has certainly had a full schedule in 2019, but he's showing no signs of slowing down, and now eyes victory at Liberty National.
Reed leads Ancer by one at The Northern Trust
Thanks to rounds of 66-66-67, Patrick Reed will take a one-shot lead over Abraham Ancer into the final round of The Northern Trust at Liberty National.
Snedeker (63) sneaks up Northern Trust leaderboard on Moving Day
Brandt Snedeker's sudden climb up the leaderboard at The Northern Trust began almost three and a half hours before the frontrunners teed off.
LPGA pros caught in nasty weather question fairness at Ladies Scottish Open
Some cold, hard wind and pelting rain raised the internal temperature of LPGA pros who had the misfortune of being caught on the 'bad side' of the draw Friday morning in Scotland.
DeChambeau's slow play draws criticism at Northern Trust ... again
The slow-play criticism grew even louder on Friday, when videos surfaced from Bryson DeChambeau's second round at Liberty National.
DJ leads Spieth, Rahm, Reed through 36 holes at FedExCup Playoff opener
Dustin Johnson is hitting the ball so well he doesn't have to make every putt. He made enough birdies Friday for a 4-under 67 that gave him a one-shot lead in The Northern Trust.
Rory's two-shot penalty for touching sand rescinded
Rory McIlroy let his brush with the Rules of Golf be a spark in his second round at The Northern Trust. His penalty for touching sand, which he thought was a rock, was rescinded after his round.
Simpson (73) plays through cracked driver: 'What harm is done by letting me switch?'
Webb Simpson realized the face of his driver was cracked on the third hole of his second round at The Northern Trust, but the way the Rules of Golf stand, he wasn't allowed to replace it during the round.
Missed putt costs Grillo, who vents frustration with finger
Emiliano Grillo lipped out his bid for a closing birdie and then shot a middle finger in the direction of his ball and/or the hole.
Ancer (65) trying to 'sneak' his way onto International Prez Cup team
Abraham Ancer gave his Presidents Cup chances a boost on with a second-round 65 at The Northern Trust. He could play his way into the top 8 and automatically qualify for the Internationals.
Work in progress: Spieth - once again - in position to break victory drought
Jordan Spieth has been adamant that his game is 'progressing' in the right direction for most of the season, and he gave himself another chance to end his two-year victory drought after opening The Northern...
Woods withdraws from Northern Trust prior to second round
Tiger Woods withdrew from The Northern Trust before his second-round tee time on Friday with “a mild oblique strain.”
The Brandel Chamblee Podcast with Jaime Diaz, Ep. 6: The decade in majors
Forty up, 40 down. All of the majors have been contested this decade and Brandel Chamblee and Jaime Diaz discuss how they will be remembered, in this latest edition of their podcast.
Shelton takes Portland lead as he eyes fully-exempt Tour status
Robby Shelton shot 10-under 61 Thursday to take a two-shot lead after the first round of the Korn Ferry Tour’s regular-season finale.
Stanford's Lee outlasts Pano in marathon U.S. Women's Am match
Andrea Lee took down Alexa Pano in 23 holes Thursday to reach the U.S. Women's Amateur quarterfinals.
Spieth reminisces on aggressive, Wolff-like play: 'I used to play ... that way'
At 26 years old, Jordan Spieth is far from one of the PGA Tour’s seasoned veterans as he continues to learn and evolve, but it was the source of his inspiration that was unique on Thursday at The Northern...
After heavy rains, soaked Liberty National packs zero punch in Round 1
Low scoring at The Northern Trust was somewhat predictable considering how soft Liberty National was after heavy rains.
Redemption up for grabs in playoffs for those who want – and need – it most
The FedExCup playoffs provide a unique opportunity to redefine a season. It’s a chance for the entire field to turn 11 months of trail and error into three weeks of redemption.
Merritt (62) leads, Woods (75) stumbles at Northern Trust
Troy Merritt has an early lead at the first playoff event, while Tiger Woods is facing an uphill battle simply to advance past the final cut of the season.
Hoping to catch fire for playoffs, Merritt (62) lights it up early at Liberty National
Troy Merritt got his FedExCup Playoffs off to a strong start with a first-round 62 at The Northern Trust.
Tiger's playoff bid for Tour Championship defense off to bad start
Tiger Woods won last year's Tour Championship, but he's going to need to play a lot better than he did on Thursday to make it back to East Lake.
TT Postscript: More sloppy play for Woods (75) at Northern Trust
It was another uninspiring performance from Tiger Woods Thursday at The Northern Trust. Here are my observations after a 4-over 75.
With Solheim spot on the line, van Dam co-leads in Scotland
Anne van Dam is on the verge of earning a spot on the European Solheim Cup team, and she might have pushed herself over the edge with a great start in Scotland.
Liberty National gates to open at 10 a.m. for Round 1
Due to a heavy rain storm that came through the Jersey City area on Wednesday evening, the Liberty National gates will open three hours later than previously scheduled for the first round of The Northern...
Koepka has won $4.745 million in two weeks, but he’s not keeping track
It’s been a lucrative few weeks for Brooks Koepka, not that he’s been keeping track.
Lowry on winning Open: Fans aren’t calling me Beef or J.B. anymore, ‘that’s a plus’
Shane Lowry is making his first start since The Open and his first start in a FedExCup playoff event this week at The Northern Trust.
'Like all of them,' Tiger still trying to earn way onto U.S. Presidents Cup team
Tiger Woods doesn't need to make his Presidents Cup picks until later this fall, which gives players plenty of time to secure a spot.
Tiger limited by stiff back, concerned about playoff workload
Tiger Woods' back stiffened up on him Wednesday at Liberty National, and Woods remains concerned about a busy FedExCup Playoffs.
McIlroy's pace-of-play fix: 'Warning and then a shot'
Rory McIlroy agrees with Brooks Koepka that pace of play is a huge – but easily fixable – problem on Tour.
Inkster anticipates Solheim Cup picks to be 'toughest ... ever'
Juli Inkster’s toughest challenge as U.S. captain may come almost three weeks before the Solheim Cup begins.
Cards on line as Korn Ferry Tour regular season concludes
While the playoffs get underway in New Jersey, drama of a far different magnitude will play out in Portland at the final stop of the Korn Ferry Tour regular season.
Ko responds to Leadbetter comments: 'Thank you to the haters'
Lydia Ko responded to comments by her former coach David Leadbetter, who criticized Ko's parents while suggesting Ko needs to take a break.
Tiger hangs with Presidents Cup hopefuls prior to Northern Trust
U.S. Presidents Cup captain Tiger Woods spent some time with several U.S. hopefuls Tuesday before the start of The Northern Trust.
Pettersen making last-minute bid for Euro Solheim Cup captain's pick
This week’s Ladies Scottish Open marks the final event for Europeans to qualify for the Solheim Cup team, and Suzann Pettersen is making a last-minute bid to make the roster as a captain's pick.
McIlroy burns Kuchar: 'We all know what money means to him'
Matt Kuchar has been the butt of several jokes since his caddie-payout controversy earlier this season. The latest burn came via Rory McIlroy, where $10 million in bonus money was handed out.
Woodland thankful for healthy newborn twins, but made it 'tough to play'
Gary Woodland revealed twin girls born last week are healthy, but the U.S. Open champ admitted it's been 'tough to play' with his wife in and out of the hospital.
DeChambeau begins playoffs hoping Presidents Cup bubble doesn't pop
Bryson DeChambeau knows it's going to take hard work these next two weeks to qualify the U.S. Presidents Cup team.
Shibuno suddenly eyeing Japanese Olympic berth
Fresh off her AIG Women’s British Open win, Hinako Shibuno now finds herself in line for a potential Olympic berth.
'Unbelievable ignorance': Leadbetter rips Ko's parents
David Leadbetter believes Lydia Ko needs to take some time away from golf and to break away from her parents.
This week in golf (Aug. 5-11): TV schedule, tee times, info
Here's a look at what's happening in professional golf this week, and how you can watch it.
Simpson jumps to sixth on U.S. Presidents Cup list
With a second-place finish at the Wyndham, Webb Simpson jumped from 10th to sixth in the U.S. Presidents Cup standings. 
Wyndham win propels Poston to world No. 77
J.T. Poston cashed in for his maiden PGA Tour victory Sunday at the Wyndham Championship. As a result reached a new career high on the Official World Golf Ranking.
USGA changes U.S. Open policy for U.S. Amateur winners
The USGA announced Monday that reigning U.S. Amateur champions will no longer need to stay amateur to retain their exemptions into the following year's U.S. Open.
Hovland Rule: USGA changes U.S. Open policy for U.S. Amateur winners
The USGA announced Monday that reigning U.S. Amateur champions will no longer need to stay amateur to retain their exemptions into the following year's U.S. Open.
Blair clinches PGA Tour return with Ellie Mae Classic victory
Zac Blair is headed back to the PGA Tour after winning the Korn Ferry Tour's Ellie Mae Classic on Sunday.
Wyndham purse payout: Poston collects nearly $1.2 million
Breakdown of prize money and FedExCup points for winner J.T. Poston and the rest of the players who made the cut at Wyndham.
10 players who lost their PGA Tour cards Sunday
While several big names are inside the top 125 and will tee it up at next week’s Northern Trust, some notables ended up outside the all-important number after the Wyndham Championship.
How Simpson secured seven-figure payday at Wyndham without winning
Webb Simpson didn’t win the Wyndham Championship, but he still found a way to turn a trip to one of his favorite Tour stops into a seven-figure payday.
Hovland (65) off to Korn Ferry Finals after falling short of earning Tour card
It was another stellar performance for nascent pro Viktor Hovland at the Wyndham Championship, but in the end even a fourth-place finish wasn’t enough to secure a PGA Tour card for next year.
Poston did something Sunday at Wyndham that hadn't been done since '74
J.T. Poston's bogey-free performance at the Wyndham Championship was the Tour's first by a winner since Lee Trevino in 1974.
Despite loss, Salas (65) feels 'reborn' after Women's British Open finish
Lizette Salas came up just short of a win at the Women's British Open, missing a birdie at the 18th hole. Still, the 30-year-old feels 'reborn' after a solid week.
Shibuno (68) wins Women's British with dramatic closing birdie
With a final-round 68 and a birdie on the 72nd hole, Japan’s Hinako Shibuno won the AIG Women’s British Open on Sunday.
Quotes of the week: Plenty of 'oops' to go around
From words and feelings of 'oops,' 'dang' and 'disappointed,' here are this week's quotes of the week.
Top Quotes: Oops, dang, disappointed
From words and feelings of 'oops,' 'dang' and 'disappointed,' here are this week's quotes of the week.
Z. Johnson misses playoffs for first time; ‘Didn’t have it this week, or this year’
For the first time in the FedExCup era, the playoffs will not include Zach Johnson.
An (66) remains consistent to take 1-shot lead into Sunday at Wyndham
Byeong Hun An shot a 4-under 66 on Saturday for a one-stroke lead after three rounds at the Wyndham Championship, the final regular season event before the FedExCup Playoffs begin next week.
Don't forget about Hovland as he eyes Tour card, win at Wyndham
While Matt Wolff and Collin Morikawa have already won in their young pro careers, Viktor Hovland can lock up his Tour card – and win – this week at Wyndham.
Casey: East Lake volatility influenced schedule
Paul Casey plans to skip next week's Northern Trust in an attempt to be fresh for an expected "volatile" Tour Championship.
Spieth (77) implodes to MDF at Wyndham: 'Man, I don't know what's going on'
Things went awry quickly for Jordan Spieth during the third round of the Wyndham Championship, and they did not get any better.
J.Y. Ko looks to join exclusive group that includes Tiger, Hogan
Jin Young Ko put herself in position Saturday at the Women's British Open to make a Sunday run at joining legendary company.
Rank, a mid-amateur and NHL referee, wins Western Amateur
Garrett Rank, a 31-year-old Canadian mid-amateur and NHL referee, won the Western Amateur on Saturday at Point O'Woods.
Shibuno (67) vaults into lead heading to final round at Women's British Open
Hinako Shibuno's dream debut continued Saturday as she fired a 5-under 67 to seize a two-shot lead going into the final round at the Women's British Open.
An takes 36-hole lead at Wyndham Championship rife with subplots
Byeong-Hun An shot a 5-under 65 on Friday in the Wyndham Championship to take a one-stroke lead into the weekend. An sits at 13 under halfway through the PGA Tour's final event before the FedExCup Playoffs...
An keeps it simple: No bogeys, tons of birdies turns into 36-hole Wyndham lead
Byeong-Hun An turned in his second straight clean card the Wyndham Championship and at 13 under, he holds a one-shot lead over Brice Garnett heading into the weekend atop a crowded leaderboard.
Steele receives two-stroke penalty after caddie uses stick to check alignment
Brendan Steele received a two-shot penalty for use of an alignment stick during the second round of the Wyndham Championship.
U.S. Open champ Woodland, wife welcome birth of twin girls
It's been quite a year for Gary Woodland. In June, he broke through for his first major victory at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. But it won't be the highlight of his year.
Hadley makes Wyndham cut despite son's hopes for the opposite
After carding a second-round 64 to jump into the mix at the Wyndham Championship, Chesson Hadley revealed that he'd be playing the weekend despite his son's hopes for the opposite.
Casey (65) keeps hopes alive for extra cash at Wyndham Championship
Paul Casey doesn’t mind being the only top contender playing for some extra cash in the first year of the Wyndham Rewards bonus program, and he’s kept those hopes alive through two rounds.
Law (67) impresses playing partner Matthew in push for Solheim Cup captain's pick
Bronte Law, playing alongside European captain Catriona Matthew, needs a captain’s pick to make the Euro Solheim Cup team, and if she wasn’t a lock before arriving at Woburn, she has to be now.
Svensson (61) flirts with 59 to rocket up leaderboard at Wyndham
There’s never a bad time to flirt with a sub-60 score on the PGA Tour, but Adam Svensson’s timing at the Wyndham Championship could be especially helpful as he looks to save his card.
Buhai stretches lead after second-round 67 at Women's British Open
Ashleigh Buhai stretched her surprise lead at the Women's British Open to three shots, shooting a bogey-free 5-under 67 in Friday's second round.
Caddie details inconvenient quest for Lexi's passport
Lexi Thompson cost several players valuable practice time earlier this week, but if it wasn't for her very determined caddie, Lexi may have been stranded. Her caddie detailed the quest for Lexi's passport...
An, Im share first-round lead at Wyndham Championship
Byeong Hun An and Sungjae Im each shot 8-under 62 on Thursday to share the lead after one round at the Wyndham Championship.
Spieth (65) leans on hot putter to save first round at Wyndham
Jordan Spieth picked up right where he left off at Sedgefield Country Club during a memorable playoff loss to Patrick Reed in 2013, but he needed a hot putter to save his opening round.
Morikawa (66), Wolff (65) continue rookie success at Wyndham Championship
Both Matthew Wolff and Collin Morikawa now have victories to their credit less than two months after turning pro, and continued their success in the same group Thursday in Greensboro.
Khang (67) focused on winning WBO, but Solheim Cup in back of mind
Megan Khang continues to show a strong finishing kick in her quest to make the U.S. Solheim Cup team.
J.Y. Ko (68) in position to join historic company at Women's British Open
Jin Young Ko put herself in early position to join some legends of the game. With a 4-under 68 Thursday at the AIG Women’s British Open, Ko moved just three shots off the lead.
Kang, Shibuno lurking as Buhai (65) leads at Women's British Open
Ashleigh Buhai shot a 7-under 65 to take a one-stroke lead in the first round of the Women's British Open on Thursday.
Thanks to caddie, S.H. Park (67) a threat at Woburn Golf Club
S.H. Park opened with a 67 Thursday at the Women's British Open. Thanks to her caddie, David Jones, she is more feeling comfortable at Woburn than the last time she played there.
Rewards are nice, but Simpson (64) wants spot on U.S. Prez Cup team
Despite the various incentives on the line at this week’s Wyndham Championship, Webb Simpson is looking four months down the road, hoping to add to his collection of memories.
Kang (66) likes the 'risk-reward' of Woburn Golf Club
Danielle Kang isn’t among those players disappointed they aren’t playing the AIG Women’s British Open on a links course this week.
Report: Olesen accused of sexual assault on flight
Multiple European Tour winner Thorbjorn Olesen was reportedly arrested on suspicion of sexual assault, according to British tabloid The Sun.
Former Ryder Cup player Brand Jr. dies at age 60
Gordon Brand, Jr., a two-time Ryder Cup player who helped Europe win for the first time on American soil, has died at age 60.
Playoff bubble boys, new $10M bonus in spotlight at season finale
The focus at the Wyndham Championship is usually on the players trying to qualify for the PGA Tour's first playoff tournament. Now there's more reason to pay attention to those near the top of the points...
Spieth hoping for consistency in Wyndham return
A late add to the Wyndham Championship field, Jordan Spieth is looking for some consistency heading into a critical portion of the season.
Europeans face pressure-packed week at WBO ahead of Solheim Cup picks
There’s even more Solheim Cup pressure on the Europeans this week than on the Americans.
Watch: Detry breaks Guinness World Record for fastest par-5 played
Being in top, physical shape isn't exactly a necessity in succeeding on the golf course. But it certainly helps when you're going for a Guinness World Record.
Woods commits to Northern Trust, BMW playoff events
Tiger Woods has set his playoff schedule, committing Wednesday to play in The Northern Trust and the BMW Championship over the next two weeks.
Royal Porthcawl to host 2021 AIG Women's British Open
The 2021 AIG Women’s British Open will be played at Royal Porthcawl in Wales, the R&A announced Wednesday.
Week of his life: Barron turns back clock with T-5 at The Senior Open
Doug Barron celebrated his 50th birthday with a last-minute trip to play links golf for the first time with some old friends. The week ended with a tie for fifth in The Senior Open.
Lesson plan: N. Korda, 21, still learning what it will take to win major
Nelly Korda is looking to take the next step in her education. She’s looking to win a major, but she understands it’s like a graduate program. There are still lessons to be learned.
J.Y. Ko eyeing third major this year and second in as many weeks
Jin Young Ko is looking to achieve something epic in the history of the men’s and women’s games this week.
Hall aims for another Women's British Open trophy after last year's stolen
Georgia Hall defends her Women's British Open title this week at Woburn, just two months after her winning trophy was stolen from her car.
Simpson favored at Wyndham; Morikawa, Spieth at 18/1
Here's a look at the betting odds on some of the pre-tournament favorites for the Wyndham Championship.
This week in golf (July 29-Aug. 4): TV schedule, tee times, info
Here's a look at what's happening in professional golf this week, and how you can watch it.
Callaway president defends Schauffele, details testing process
A little over a week after Xander Schauffele's driver was deemed illegal for use by the R...
Video shows Garcia damaging tee box at WGC-FedEx St. Jude
It's been a frustrating year for Sergio Garcia on the course and this past week in Memphis, his emotions got the better of him again.
Barracuda purse payout: Morikawa collects $630,000
FedExCup and prize-money breakdowns for winner Collin Morikawa and the rest of the players who made the cut at the Barracuda Championship.
WGC-FedEx St. Jude purse payout: Koepka clears $1.7 million
FedExCup and prize-money breakdowns for winner Brooks Koepka and the rest of the field at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
Simpson (64) bolsters chances at Tour Championship with solid finish
Webb Simpson’s timing couldn’t have been better. He closed his final round at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational with a 64 to bolster his chances at making the Tour Championship.
McIlroy (71) falls in steamy Memphis after putter goes ice-cold
It was another emotional week for Rory McIlroy for all the wrong reasons as he stumbled on Sunday again at TPC Southwind.
'The gates are open': Morikawa rallies for breakthrough win at Barracuda
Three weeks after another Class of 2019 standout edged him at the 3M Open, Collin Morikawa earned his first career PGA Tour win at the Barracuda Championship.
'As sick as you can be,' Koepka perseveres for WGC-FedEx St. Jude victory
Brooks Koepka isn’t the type of guy who makes excuses, and even after his victory Sunday at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational he downplayed an illness this week at TPC Southwind.
Spieth (68) closing in on swing answers with strong week in Memphis
Jordan Spieth has spent the better part of this season searching for answers. If his final round Sunday at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational is any indication he may finally be closing in.
Koepka cruises past McIlroy to WGC-FedEx St. Jude title
While the anticipated duel with Rory McIlroy never materialized, world No. 1 Brooks Koepka cruised to a three-shot win at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
Langer wins fourth Senior Open with Sunday charge at Royal Lytham & St. Annes
Bernhard Langer beat Paul Broadhurst by two shots to win The Senior Open on Sunday for his record-extending 11th senior major title.
Quotes of the Week: Fans, slow play, course conditions ... controversy everywhere
From Lexi Thompson being 'thankful' to miss the cut at the Evian to Stacy Lewis criticizing the event's pace of play to Ian Poulter getting into it with a fan, enjoy this edition of Quotes of the Week.
J.Y. Ko wins rainy Evian Championship for second major title of season
Jin Young Ko clinched her second major title of the season, firing a final round 4-under 67 in the rain Sunday to win the Evian Championship by two shots.
Merritt grabs third-round Barracuda lead with 50-foot eagle on 18th hole
Troy Merritt scored five points with a 53-foot eagle putt on the par-5 18th Saturday to take the lead in the Barracuda Championship, the PGA Tour's only modified Stableford event.
McIlroy hopes to script different ending Sunday in Memphis
Rory McIlroy is hoping to avoid a similar fate as the 2012 FedEx St. Jude Classic on Sunday at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
Koepka (64) narrowly falls short of greens-in-regulation 'perfect game'
For a guy like Brooks Koepka, who grew up playing baseball, Saturday’s round probably felt like a pitcher taking a no-hitter into the final inning, only to see it snap moments later.
McIlroy (62) takes third-round lead over Koepka at WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational
Rory McIlroy shot an 8-under 62 on Saturday at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational to take a one-stroke lead over Brooks Koepka at TPC Southwid.