As close to a Minnesotan as the LPGA currently gets, South Dakotan Kim Kaufman on Tuesday got her first look at Hazeltine National Golf Club, site of June's KPMG Women's PGA Championship.
Steve Stricker came to Hawaii for two weeks of work, just like the old days, but with a twist. Instead of starting at the winners-only field at Kapalua and then going over to the Sony Open, he started at the Sony Open and heads to the winners-only field on the Big Island for the PGA Tour Champions opener.
Zecheng Dou birdied the final three holes Wednesday for a two-stroke victory in the Web.com Tour's season-opening Bahamas Great Exuma Classic.
The timing couldn't be better for Justin Rose, or for the Desert Classic.
Tiger Woods is starting another year at Torrey Pines, this time with higher expectations.
Irish golfer Shane Lowry is looking to reignite his career after losing his card on the PGA Tour last year.
The Sanderson Farms Championship is moving its tournament dates for next season and increasing its purse money in hopes of attracting a better field.
Davis Love III is headed off to play in the Singapore Open, and so is his son.
Doug Ferguson of The Associated Press will receive the 2019 PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism.
Matt Kuchar didn't have the start he wanted Sunday in the Sony Open, not with three bogeys in five holes after making just one through three rounds.
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Matt Kuchar never had a PGA Tour season end so soon.
Brooks Koepka still smiles at the memory of the 9-irons he hit in the final round of his second straight U.S. Open victory.
Leave it to the oldest rookie to best illustrate how the PGA Tour has become such a young man's game.
Matt Kuchar made it look easy Saturday in the Sony Open. With no bogeys on his card, it even felt easy to him.
The easygoing vibe in Hawaii is a perfect fit for Matt Kuchar, who spends as much as a month at a time on the islands when his schedule allows.
Rory Sabbatini has been playing the Sony Open the last 20 years, and this one was different before he hit a shot.
Ocean views along the golf course seem to suit Adam Svensson of Canada.
Jordan Spieth showed up in Hawaii three years ago hopeful that a new year would be more of a continuation than a fresh start. Back then, he was coming off two majors, five victories, the FedEx Cup and he was No. 1 in the world.
The PGA Tour has pulled the plug on a new tournament hosted by Stephen Curry with time running short and details ranging from the golf course to sponsorship that could not be pulled together.