Americans Running Away In The Presidents CupThe Americans hammered the International teams on the back nine to go unbeaten in fourballs and build an 8-2 lead, the largest margin after two sessions since the Presidents Cup began in 1994.
Mickelson To Play British Open With No DriversRoyal Birkdale and Torrey Pines would seem to have nothing in common except that Phil Mickelson is playing major championships on both without a driver in his bag.
Column: Phil The Thrill Is Just Playing The PercentagesMaybe everyone has had it all wrong about Phil Mickelson.
Greenbrier Classic Back After Flooding; Lefty's Fresh StartThe Greenbrier Classic is back. And in one respect, Phil Mickelson is starting over.
With Brother As Caddie, Mickelson Set For Greenbrier ClassicPhil Mickelson heads into the next phase of his career with a new caddie on a course marking its comeback from devastating floods in West Virginia.
Gary McCord On Greenbrier Classic: 'Tournament Return Great For Everyone'CBS Sports' Gary McCord discusses the revitalized Greenbrier Classic and the strong field set to take on the rebuilt Old White TPC.
Mickelson, Longtime Caddie 'Bones' Mackay To Part WaysTogether for 25 years and more than 600 golf tournaments, Phil Mickelson and caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay are moving on.
Mickelson Withdraws From US OpenThis is the first time Mickelson has missed the U.S. Open since he failed to qualify in 1993.
Waiting Game: Long Day On Tap For Mickelson's Potential SubLike any other player at the U.S. Open, Roberto Diaz is using the practice rounds to check out the rough and the greens and to find out where he can be aggressive and where to be patient.
Peter Kostis On AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: 'Favors The Ball Strikers'Peter Kostis, veteran CBS Sports on-course reporter, looks at this week’s potential story lines from the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Gary McCord On Phoenix Open: 'Always A Great Tournament'Gary McCord, veteran CBS Sports golf broadcaster, assesses the favorites for the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale.
This Week In Golf: Patrick Reed Takes The Barclays To Open FedExCup PlayoffsIn a leaderboard with a lot of talent in the Top 10, it was Patrick Reed who emerged with the victory in the Tour's first FedExCup playoff event of the 2015-2016 season. Reed shot 66-68 in the first two rounds and then hung on over the weekend at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York, to earn $1.53 million for the win. Defending champion and No. 1-ranked Jason Day finished in fourth place, two strokes behind Reed, while Jordan Spieth finished in a tie for 10th place.