PGA Player Of The Year Goes To Rory McIlroyRory McIlroy has been voted PGA Tour player of the year over Brooks Koepka after posting the most top-10 finishes and winning the FedEx Cup.
Northern Trust: 'Visually Intimidating' Liberty National Starts FedExCup PlayoffsThe Northern Trust and the first round of the FedExCup Playoffs come to Liberty National, the best skyline in sports.
British Open Preview: Rory McIlroy's Time At Royal Portrush?The British Open returns to Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, where Rory McIlroy leads the list of favorites in a stacked field.
Travelers Championship: How Low Can Brooks Koepka, Patrick Cantlay Go?Travelers Championship brings the PGA Tour east to TPC River Highlands, where Bubba Watson looks to fend of Brooks Koepka and Patrick Cantlay.
RBC Canadian Open: Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka Headline Strong FieldThe RBC Canadian Open moves to Hamilton Golf & Country Club, where Dustin Johnson looks to defend his title and prepare for Pebble Beach.
News And Notes From The PGA ChampionshipLEADING: Brooks Koepka had an even-par 70 to set a PGA Championship record with a seven-shot lead.
The Song Should Say "How Low Can Brooks Go?"The power. The putting. The poise. Brooks Koepka has it all at this PGA Championship, along with the lowest 36-hole score in major championship history and the largest lead by anyone at the halfway point of a Grand Slam event in 85 years.
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.
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.
The Big Boys Warm-Up For The PGA Championship At The Byron NelsonBrooks Koepka has won three majors since he last played at the Byron Nelson two years ago, before the tournament moved to a new links-style course south of downtown Dallas.
AT&T Byron Nelson: Can Jordan Spieth Turn His Season Around?Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka are among the favorites teeing up at Trinity Forest for the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Strength Vs Science Atop Masters LeaderboardThe Americans atop the Masters leaderboard have vastly different strategies when it comes to golf, but both have figured out something that works at Augusta National. They each shot a 6-under 66 in the opening round — blazing through the back nine — and will look to keep that momentum going when they tee off Friday morning.
PGA Of America Agrees To 11-Year Deal With CBS, ESPNThe PGA Championship will remain with CBS Sports and pick up a powerful partner in ESPN for weekday rounds as part of an 11-year agreement in which the networks will combine to deliver 175 hours of coverage across broadcast, cable and digital platforms.
This Week In Golf: Tour Championship Preview And The Year In ReviewThe PGA Tour's top 30 players play for the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club, and a shot at the FedExCup. Bryson Dechambeau leads the pack into the weekend.