PGA Championship: Who Can Catch Brooks Koepka?Brooks Koepka opened the PGA Championship with a course record on Bethpage Black, but multiple players are still within striking distance.
Brooks Koepka Takes A Bite Out Of Bethpage In Record-Setting First RoundKoepka beat up on brawny Bethpage Black for a record-setting start to his title defense in the PGA Championship. With a 40-foot birdie to start his round and a birdie putt from just inside 35 feet at the end, he shot a 7-under 63 to break the course record and become the first player to shoot 63 in the same major twice.
Woods Skips Practice Round, Ready To Tee It At BethpageComing off his emotional win at the Masters, Woods is in the traditional group of current major champions. He is with U.S. Open and PGA champion Brooks Koepka and British Open champion Francesco Molinari.
PGA Championship: Woods, Johnson, Koepka Look To Tame Bethpage BlackTiger Woods, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka lead a historically good PGA Championship field into Bethpage Black.
PGA Championship: Can Tiger Woods Win Back-To-Back Majors?Tiger Woods is favored in the PGA Championship this week, though another major win after the Masters last month is far from assured.
Nick Faldo: 'Being Smart And Sensible Is Key At Bethpage Black'The PGA Championship comes to Bethpage Black, a Long Island public course so famous for its difficulty that its first tee boasts a warning sign.
Wrist Injury Forces Justin Thomas To Withdraw From PGA ChampionshipJustin Thomas withdrew from the PGA Championship on Monday, saying he was not willing to risk more pain in his right wrist by returning before it's fully healed.
Bethpage Black Hole-By-Hole BreakdownA hole-by-hole look at the Black Course at Bethpage State Park, site of the 101st PGA Championship to be played May 16-19. Includes combined rank and scoring average of each hole from the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Opens:
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.
This Week In Golf: Patrick Reed Takes The Barclays To Open FedExCup PlayoffsPatrick Reed emerged with the victory at The Barclays, the Tour's first FedExCup playoff event of the 2015-2016 season.