Ryder Cup week comes and goes quietly.
One-year countdown resumes for Whistling Straits.
USGA goes searching for a new CEO.
Goal is to have Mike Davis’ replacement by early 2021.
How game-changing will the DeChambeau effect be?
That’s a question many are asking after his U.S. Open win.
Arthur Blank, PGA Superstore deliver a big gift.
They are donating $9.5 million to The First Tee.
Gary Player gets on his soapbox.
He doesn’t like the trend of removing trees from golf courses.
Tiger and friends open his new Payne’s Valley course.
A good time was had by all in Ozarks, including on the fun 19th hole.
Woods commits to play the displaced Zozo Championship.
It will have been one year since he picked up win No. 82.
R&A announces four new honorary members.
Pádraig Harrington, Catriona Matthew, Ernie Els and Nick Price get nods.
European Tour plans for, then reverses on return of fans.
Renewed COVID-19 worry means no galleries at Scottish Open.
Court documents reveal the onset of a legal battle between Bill Murray and rock band the Doobie Brothers, concerning rights fees for the song Listen to the Music and its alleged use by the actor's William Murray Golf Apparel company. Both sides are turning to comedy in their public spat (READ MORE). … Market research firm Golf Datatech reports that U.S. retail golf equipment sales for August were up nearly 32 percent compared to the same period in 2019, exceeding the previous all-time high for the month.