USGA announces $5 million in emergency relief
Financial support will go to "golf communities in need."
Three out of four isn’t bad.
Under the revised schedule, three majors still will be played this year.
Make it a warm green jacket
... the Masters in mid-November will look – and feel – very different.
No Champion Golfer this year.
The cancellation of the Open Championship leaves a big hole.
Sticking with Winged Foot
USGA intent on playing the U.S. Open outside New York City in September.
Nicklaus: Memorial Tournament shift to July under consideration
Muirfield Village event could be held in Open Championship's former calendar spot.
Doug Sanders dies at age 86.
Flamboyant 20-time PGA Tour winner played in '67 Ryder Cup, was four-time runner-up in majors.
WATCH: 1966 TV MATCH VS. BILLY CASPER
You can call him Captain Immelman
Trevor Immelman to lead a win-starved International team at next year's Presidents Cup.
Doing their part in the pandemic
From PGA Tour players to local pros to equipment company leaders, golfers are finding ways to give back.
Tiger Woods tells GolfTV that he would have been ready to
play the Masters last week. "I wanted to get out there and compete ... and
earn (the green jacket) again," he said. ...The European Tour has postponed the Trophée Hassan II and has canceled the Scandinavian Mixed event that was to be hosted by Henrik Stenson and Annika Sørenstam (READ MORE). … PGA Tour initiates conversation with players
about potential outline of return to tournament play (READ MORE) ... USGA announces the cancellation of the U.S. Senior Open and
the U.S. Senior Women's Open for this year. ... Scottish Golf informs its
membership it has canceled all events and performance programs for the rest of
2020, and has furloughed the majority of its employees. ... European Tour
releases video of its top professionals supporting essential workers during the
COVID-19 pandemic (WATCH). ... New Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady will join Seminole Golf Club
in South Florida, The Palm Beach Post
reports. (READ MORE)
Ryder Cup captains Steve Stricker and Pádraig Harrington pen an open letter to Ryder Cup fans (READ MORE).