Ben Polland shoots 67 to take 4-stroke lead in PGA Professional Championship
Long-time broadcaster and, before that, European standout Peter Oosterhuis has gone public with the news that he has early-onset Alzheimer's. Oosterhuis first shared the news in May at Pebble Beach during a private fundraising event for former CBS colleague Jim Nantz's National Alzheimer's Center. Show More Summary
Longtime CBS golf announcer reveals he has Alzheimer's Disease
Former British golfer and CBS analyst Peter Oosterhuis says he has early onset Alzheimer's disease.
Peter Oosterhuis, Ryder Cup player and broadcaster, tells magazine he has Alzheimer's disease
A FIXTURE ON GOLF BROADCASTS SINCE 1995, Peter Oosterhuis was not flashy or particularly chatty as a golf announcer and analyst for the BBC, CBS Sports and Golf Channel, which is what I liked about him. Oosterhuis just went about the job without an excess of words or calling attention to himself. Show More Summary
ESPN's Mike Fish and David Purdum
South African Branden Grace, Cameron Smith of Australia and Ireland's Shane Lowry have accepted special temporary membership for the remainder of the 2014-15 PGA Tour season, the tour said on Monday.
Francesco Molinari, Memorial winner Lingmerth added to field for British Open at St. Andrews
Francesco Molinari and Memorial winner David Lingmerth are among six players who have been added to the field for the British Open.
Business Insider's Maxwell Tani reports on NBCUniversal's severing of all ties
Report: Phil Mickelson linked with illegal $3 million gambling scheme
Paul Casey fell apart to help Watson earn the win
Paul Casey hit a eagle from 126 yards out on the par-4 3rd hole.
If someone told you they shot 57 for a round of golf, there are two natural reactions: 1. Facetiously ask, "Was that for nine holes?" and then laugh; 2. Slap them in the face and call them a liar. However, Virginian Patrick Wills did...Show More Summary
Most of the clubs in Choi Na-yeon's bag weren't doing what they were supposed to in the final round of the Arkansas Championship on Sunday, the overnight leader struggling for accuracy from tee to green and wielding a putter as cold as ice.
Paul Casey loses on the second play-off hole as former Masters champion Bubba Watson wins the Travelers Championship.
Defending champion Colin Montgomerie finishes runner-up behind Jeff Maggert at the US Seniors Open.
Bubba Watson needs two more wins to reach the goal he set for his career.
This Friday, the John Deere Classic field becomes set in stone at 5 pm. ET.