World Golf Hall of Famer Peter Alliss dies at age 89.
Keith Pelley: “Peter made an indelible mark on everything he did in our game.”
Jon Rahm drops big personal news.
He and his wife, Kelley, are expecting their first child.
Phoenix Open says party will go on in February.
But there will be a much smaller group of revelers.
No spectators at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Fans will have to wait for the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.
Brittany Lincicome WDs from LPGA event in Texas.
She tested positive for COVID-19.
Justin Thomas says Tiger’s son talks trash.
He expects to hear it at the PNC Championship.
GB&I announces preliminary Walker Cup, Curtis Cup squads.
Scotland's Sandy Scott, England's Lily May Humphreys among top players named.
Cristie Kerr uncertain for U.S. Women's Open.
The 2007 champion reportedly injured in cart accident Friday in Texas.
Longtime caddie John Woods joins Golf Channel.
He could become a new media star quickly.
The PGA Champions Tour announces its schedule for 2021 (READ MORE). ... The International Golf Federation names Annika Sörenstam as president, replacing Peter Dawson, effective Jan. 1 (READ MORE). ... The USGA announces three new nominees to its 15-member executive committee: Chuck Brymer, Cathy Engelbert, and Anthony Petitti. The trio will be considered at the USGA’s annual meeting on Feb. 26 (READ MORE). ... Harcourt Kemp, a 20-time qualifier for USGA championships and the former president of the Kentucky Golf Association, dies at age 82 in Louisville, Kentucky (READ MORE). ... Laura Saf, the first female board member of the Nebraska Golf Association, dies at age 66 due to complications from COVID-19 (READ MORE).