International team captain Ernie Els, left, looked over the 18th green with players Cameron Smith of Australia and Sung Jae Im of South Korea during t

International team rallying around only Presidents Cup win

Ernie Els wanted to inspire his International team at the Presidents Cup, and he found the one video that might do the trick.
Golf
5:30pm

Varner and Palmer team to shoot 17-under 55 in QBE Shootout

Harold Varner III and Ryan Palmer shot a 17-under 55 on Friday in the QBE Shootout to match the scramble record since the event moved to Tiburon Golf Club in 2001.
Golf
3:01pm

Americans rally late, trail by only 3 in Presidents Cup

Justin Thomas delivered the biggest moment for an American team desperate for one Friday in the Presidents Cup.
Golf
December 12
Tommy Gainey hits his tee shot on the third hole during the third round of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals golf tournament in Lake Buena Vist

PGA golfer arrested in Florida prostitution sting

A professional golfer was one of 124 people arrested in Florida in a prostitution and human-trafficking sting.
Golf
December 12
International team player Adam Scott of Australia, left, and teammate Byeong Hun An of South Korea celebrate their win over the U.S. during their four

US team in foreign territory _ trailing _ at Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods lightly pumped his fist with another birdie. He raised his hands over his head in applause to salute a brilliant play by Justin Thomas that led to another hole won. He thoroughly enjoyed his return to competition in the Presidents Cup.
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December 12

Patrick Reed hears the hecklers early at the Presidents Cup

It seemed as if Patrick Reed wanted to hear it from the hecklers sooner than later.
Golf
December 11

Woods and Els meet again, now as captains of Presidents Cup

They first met 25 years ago in Thailand, neither knowing then how much their paths would cross in golf.
Golf
December 11

Johnson hopeful of quick return at Presidents Cup

The No. 1 player in the world early in the year, Dustin Johnson didn't show up on the leaderboard the last three months of the PGA Tour and hasn't been seen at all since then.
Golf
December 11

Scott optimistic about ending years of Presidents Cup losses

No one at Royal Melbourne has more playing experience in the Presidents Cup than Adam Scott.
Golf
December 11
USA captain Tiger Woods made sure he was going to be in the opening match in the Presidents Cup on Thursday.

Captain Woods sends himself out in first Presidents Cup match

Tiger Woods is the first playing captain since Hale Irwin in the inaugural Presidents Cup in 1994
Golf
December 10

Patrick Reed still the talk of the Presidents Cup

As if being the first playing captain in 25 years at the Presidents Cup weren't enough, Tiger Woods filled yet another role Tuesday at Royal Melbourne.
Golf
December 10

Els makes International team feel like one with a new logo

Captains for the Presidents Cup usually get the most attention for the wild-card picks that fill out their teams and the pairings they create. Ernie Els might have done his best work long before that point.
Golf
December 10

Column: Reed becoming known for more than 'Captain America'

This might be the end of that Captain America business.
Golf
December 9

Schauffele making a name for himself with his golf

Steve Stricker cared only about securing a spot in the first U.S. Open in his home state of Wisconsin. Still, there was something about the PGA Tour rookie in his group during a 36-hole qualifier that intrigued him.
Golf
December 8

Matt Jones wins second Australian Open title by 1 stroke

Cruising for most of the final round and a leader after the second and third, Matt Jones suddenly needed to make a big putt on his final hole for a second Australian Open title.
Golf
December 7
Sweden's Henrik Stenson poses with the trophy after winning the Hero World Challenge

Henrik Stenson delivers big moment to win in Bahamas

Winless in more than two years, Henrik Stenson found himself in the middle of a wild chase to the finish Saturday with Tiger Woods and the elite in golf all around him.
Golf
December 7

Matt Jones increases Australian Open lead to 3 strokes

Matt Jones coped best with difficult afternoon conditions Saturday at the Australian Open for a 3-under 68 to take a three-stroke lead into the final round.
Golf
December 6
Gary Woodland

Woodland leads in the Bahamas as Tiger gets within 2 shots

Two big birdies from Gary Woodland gave him the lead in the Hero World Challenge. A closing birdie on a hole that has vexed Tiger Woods put him in range of a third victory this year.
Golf
December 6

Tiger Woods is everywhere in this President Cup

The role of Presidents Cup captain typically is reserved for players in the twilight of their careers.Nothing is typical about Tiger Woods.Six months after he…
Golf
December 6

Calum Hill leads Mauritius Open after 2nd round

Calum Hill took the lead at the Mauritius Open with an 8-under 64 on Friday in the second round.
Golf
December 6

Matt Jones shoots 65 to take 2nd-round Australian Open lead

Australian Matt Jones birdied his final hole Friday for a 6-under 65 and a one-stroke lead after two rounds on a day of low scoring at the Australian Open.
Golf
December 5
Patrick Reed tees off on the par-5 ninth hole at Albany Golf Club during the second round of the Hero World Challenge in Nassau, Bahamas

Reed builds 3-shot lead in Bahamas as Tiger rallies

A tropical breeze replaced the raging wind and made golf a lot easier for Patrick Reed, Tiger Woods and just about everyone else Thursday in the Hero World Challenge.
Golf
December 5

Hojgaard in 5-way tie for 1st-round lead at Mauritius Open

Rookie Rasmus Hojgaard was among five players tied for the lead after the first round of the Mauritius Open on Thursday.
Golf
December 5

Amateurs lead Australian Open after 1st round

World No. 1-ranked amateur Takumi Kanaya birdied his final two holes Thursday for a 6-under 65 and a tie for the first-round lead with fellow Asian amateur Chun An-you of Taiwan.
Golf
December 4
Patrick Reed

Woodland, Reed share lead in the Bahamas

As a player, Tiger Woods wasn't all that happy with his game Wednesday in the Hero World Challenge. As the Presidents Cup captain, he had reason to be pleased.
Golf
December 4

No. 1-ranked Japanese amateur takes Australian Open lead

World No. 1-ranked amateur Takumi Kanaya birdied his final two holes Thursday for a 6-under 65 and a two-stroke clubhouse lead at the Australian Open.
Golf
December 4

World No 1 amateur takes early lead at Australian Open

World No. 1-ranked amateur Takumi Kanaya birdied his final two holes Thursday for a 6-under 65 a two-stroke clubhouse lead at the Australian Open.
Golf
December 4
Tiger Woods will be a playing captain in the Presidents Cup matching in Australia next week -- a scenario once thought impossible because of Woods' ma

Joke as playing captain turns into reality for Tiger

Tiger Woods meant it as a joke, but he will be the first playing captain since Hale Irwin in 1994 for the inaugural matches of the Presidents Cup that really did feel like an exhibition.
Golf
December 3

Smoke haze provides added hazard at Australian Open

Adam Scott, Sergio Garcia, Ernie Els and other players at this week's Australian Open could have another course hazard to contend with: smoke from nearby bushfires.
Golf
December 3

Woods defends Mickelson's choice to play in Saudi Arabia

Tiger Woods is defending Phil Mickelson and other top players who have signed up for the second edition of the Saudi International.
Golf
December 3

Masters field starting to rise with new winners

Seven tournaments from the six largest tours over the next three weeks could shape the field for the Masters, and perhaps pave the way for the largest gathering at Augusta National in more than 50 years.
Golf
December 2
Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson withdraws from Bahamas event

Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from the Hero World Challenge next week in the Bahamas so he can be better prepared for the Presidents Cup.
Golf
December 1

Larrazábal birdies last to clinch victory at Alfred Dunhill

Pablo Larrazábal won the European Tour's season-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship on Sunday after losing a three-shot overnight lead and then making three birdies on his last four holes for a dramatic one-stroke victory.
Golf
November 30

Pablo Larrazábal keeps top spot at Leopard Creek

Pablo Larrazábal kept his three-shot lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Saturday ahead of the final round of the European Tour's 2020 season-opener.
Golf
November 29
Jason Day

Jason Day withdraws from Presidents Cup with back injury

Jason Day has withdrawn from the Presidents Cup because of a back injury. International team captain Ernie Els replaced him with Byeong Hun An of South Korea two weeks before play begins.
Golf
November 29

Larrazábal leads by 3 at European Tour season opener

Pablo Larrazábal opened a healthy three-shot lead after two rounds of the European Tour's season-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa on Friday.
Golf
November 28
South Africa's Brandon Grace lines up a shot during play on Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019. Players have been allowed to wear shorts for the first time durin

European Tour lets players wear shorts for first time

Golfers were allowed to wear shorts during a European Tour event for the first time on Thursday because of sweltering temperatures.
Golf
November 28

Besseling leads European Tour season opener in South Africa

Wil Besseling shot a 7-under 65 Thursday to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship — the European Tour's 2020 season-opening event.
Golf
November 26
Gary Woodland had a one-shot lead in the final round of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, and had 263 yards to the green on the par-5 14th. He boldly wen

Shots that defined the year in golf

Some of them were breathtaking, such as Gary Woodland boldly going for the green on the 14th hole at Pebble Beach in the U.S. Open. Some of them were devastating, such as Francesco Molinari going into Rae's Creek at the Masters.
Golf
November 26

Ladies European Tour approves joint venture with LPGA

The Ladies European Tour approved a plan to partner with the LPGA Tour with hopes of expanding the women's game in Europe and beyond.The tours…
Golf
November 26

Whan wants companies to 'walk the talk' in sponsorship

Not even Commissioner Mike Whan is clear on the length of the contract extension the LPGA Tour gave him.