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Rose, Kuchar chasing Jazz entering weekend play at Singapore Open
Justin Rose and Matt Kuchar are the two highest ranked players in the Singapore Open field and they’re playing like it thus far.
Langer, Jimenez lead Champions opener as Els stuggles in debut
Bernhard Langer and Miguel Angel Jimenez shot 8-under 64 to lead the Mitsubishi Electric Championship, while Ernie Els struggled in his senior debut.
From 66 to 75, Koepka drops down the leaderboard in Abu Dhabi
While the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship is filled with recognizable names atop its leaderboard, the most notable dropped a few rungs on Day 2.
DeChambeau fails to make a birdie in Round 2, misses cut in Abu Dhabi
It’s going to take Bryson DeChambeau a little while longer to adjust his game to his larger physique.
Kim (back) withdraws after first-round 87 at American Express
Si Woo Kim carded a quadruple bogey, three triples, a double, a bogey and a birdie in a round of 15 over par, the highest of his PGA Tour career.
Colombia's Ramirez (68) leads Latin America Amateur by two
Colombia's Ivan Camilo Ramierz took the Day 1 lead at the Latin America Amateur Championship with a first-round 68 at Mayakoba.
Focused Fowler (65) off to fast start at American Express
With a big season ahead, Rickie Fowler is targeting his focus on the next three weeks as he looks to get off to a strong start in 2020.
Blair, Murray co-lead American Express; Fowler one back
Following rounds of 64, Grayson Murray and Zac Blair share the lead after 18 holes at the American Express, with Rickie Fowler just one off the pace.
Report: Tour spoke to Smith about Reed comments
Cameron Smith's comments over Patrick Reed's rules infraction last month reportedly elicited a warning from PGA Tour headquarters.
Mickelson scrambles for 70 in first round of new year
In his first round of the new year, Phil Mickelson flashed some similar tendencies en route to an opening 70 at The American Express.
Mid-marathon training, Stanford (65) off to good season start at Diamond Resorts
As Angela Stanford trains for a marathon during this year's LPGA season, she got off to a fast start at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions, firing a first-round 65.
Park (65) leans on hot putter for fast start at Diamond Resorts
Coming off a winless 2019 season, Inbee Park wanted to get off to a fast start this season to build up world-ranking points to make another run at the Olympic gold medal. So far, so good.
With little offseason rest, Kang (63) off to hot start in new LPGA season
With little time off between LPGA tour seasons, Danielle Kang takes the early lead at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions with a first-round 63.
Latin America Amateur Championship headed to Lima Golf Club in Peru in 2021
The 2021 edition of the Latin America Amateur Championship will be held at Lima Golf Club in Peru from January 14-17.
Garcia (67) contending in Abu Dhabi with new equipment
Sergio Garcia overhauled his equipment in the off-season and finds himself in the early mix in Abu Dhabi.
Koepka begins year with opening 66; two back in Abu Dhabi
Brooks Koepka’s rehabilitated left knee looked healthy Thursday at the Abu HSBC Championship. So did his game.
Noh returns to Tour after two years of military service in South Korea
Seung-Yul Noh is playing this season on a major medical extension with 26 starts to earn 359 FedExCup points and retain his Tour card.
Stanford to run marathon during LPGA season to improve mental toughness
Angela Stanford is training to run a marathon for the first time during the LPGA season in hopes of strengthening her mental toughness, something she's been trying to improve.
Stanford to run marathon during LPGA season to help mental toughness
Angela Stanford is training to run a marathon for the first time during the LPGA season in hopes of strengthening her mental toughness, something she's been trying to improve.
Gainey takes Korn Ferry opener for first win since 2012
Tommy Gainey captured the first Korn Ferry Tour event of the year and earn his first worldwide victory in more than seven years.
Pro-am format brings fun, lighthearted vibe to kick off LPGA season
The stars are out in bunches to open the new LPGA season with the fun and lighthearted pro-am format at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions.
Mickelson: 'When I stop hitting bombs I'll play the Champions Tour'
Phil Mickelson is eligible for the PGA Tour Champions when he turns 50 in June, but he's not ready to give up the challenge of competing on the main circuit.
Bryson takes shot at Koepka's physique: He's got no abs; I got abs
Just a day after citing his newfound muscles as the reason slow play will no longer be an issue for him, Bryson DeChambeau gave another important update on his body, and on Brooks Koepka's.
On the move: Mickelson and family moving to South Florida
Phil Mickelson's days living on the West Coast appear to be nearing and end after his family closed on a lot in South Florida. The plan is to move after his son graduates high school in a year and a half.
Star-studded Vic Open taking next step toward equal pay for women
The ISPS Handa Vic Open is getting some added star power to support its noble idea this year that will feature male and female pros competing for the same amount of prize money.
New rules making it tougher to be member of both PGA and Euro Tours
Balancing membership on both the PGA Tour and European Tour has always been a complicated necessity for top players and that balancing act won’t be any easier this year.
Q&Gray: Four big questions for American Express, Abu Dhabi
The focus of the golf world is split this week, with the PGA Tour returning to the mainland U.S. while the European Tour heads to the Middle East. Here are four questions to ponder for this week’s action.
Mickelson-Finau, Fowler-Molinari highlight featured pairings at American Express
Tournament host Phil Mickelson predictably drew one of the week’s top pairings at The American Express where he will play the first three rounds with Tony Finau, the highest-ranked player in the field.
Smoltz weighs in on the Astros scandal and the Reed saga
Would Patrick Reed have gotten knocked down by a pitcher or two if he played Major League Baseball back in John Smoltz’s era?
Casey on slow play: We did this to ourselves
Paul Casey was involved in shaping the PGA Tour's new slow-play policy, but he also believes he and his peers are to blame for the problem.
Inbee determined to defend her Olympic gold, but she still has to make the team
The fact that she is teeing it up at this week’s Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions shows just how motivated she is to make it to Tokyo in August.
Work in progress: Tour's new pace-of-play policy a step in right direction
The PGA Tour's new pace-of-play policy is not the final answer to fix slow play, but it’s a start, and for those who have watched the issue ebb and flow its way through the decades it’s a reason to be...
Bryson backs slow-play policy, says length will make him quicker
Recently at the center of a slow-play firestorm, Bryson DeChambeau 'welcomes' new policies aimed at speeding things up.
Smoltz dreams big in golf, but schedule, body often don't cooperate
As John Smoltz prepares to defend his Diamond Resorts title, he explains how his golf is being held back by his schedule and body.
Koepka ready to return after 'excruciating' knee injury
World No. 1 Brooks Koepka detailed his 'excruciating' knee injury ahead of his return this week in Abu Dhabi.
European Tour gets tougher on slow play; on display in Abu Dhabi
The European Tour stepped up its attack on slow play and will put the policy on display at this week's event in Abu Dhabi.
Latin America Amateur winner to receive exemption into The Open
For the first time in the Latin America Amateur Championship's six-year history, its winner will receive an exemption into the game's oldest major.
Tour's new pace-of-play policy focused on the 'habits of the slowest players'
The PGA Tour unveiled the circuit’s new pace-of-play policy Monday, one that will include a shift away from timing groups in favor of keeping individual players on pace.
PGA Tour Player Advisory Council announced; Bryson left off again
The PGA Tour's 16-member Player Advisory Council was announced Monday, and there were few changes to this year's group. But one player who was hoping for a spot didn't make the cut once again.