Phil Mickelson walked off the first green with a disgusted look on his face, as if he'd thrown away any shot at making the cut in the PGA Championship
This is Robert Streb. He looks unhappy, but had one of the great rounds in golf history today. (Getty) The PGA Championship has reached its halfway point, and here’s what we know: nothing. We’ve got some stars in the hunt, some new faces atop the leaderboard, and a dogfight in the offing for the year’s final major. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Golf’s rules have already altered one of this year’s major championships, and golf bureaucracy may have cost players a shot at making the cut at the PGA Championship, so you can forgive Jordan Spieth for being veeeeery careful with the application of rules on Friday afternoon. Show More Summary
Henrik Stenson is showing no signs of letdown at the PGA Championship following his record-setting performance in winning the British Open two weeks ago and believes he can stay in the groove.
Jordan Spieth warmed up on the range, rode the side streets in a van to get to the 10th tee and was ready to go Friday in the PGA Championship when he had to stand around for nearly an hour because of a rain delay.
South Korea's Hye-jin Choi won the Canadian Women's Amateur on Friday, closing with a 4-under 66 for a four-stroke victory
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Colt Knost was hitting a 5-wood into the par-4 10th, his second shot of a rainy morning on Day 2 of the PGA Championship. Knost’s caddie figured out the yardage, saying it was about 210 yards into the hole. Believing the pin was tucked left, Knost didn’t want to take it on. Show More Summary
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — When the condensed major schedule for this summer, designed to accommodate golf’s return to the Olympics, was announced, an exciting possibility emerged: A hot player could go on a six-week run in which he won the British Open, PGA Championship and Olympic gold in Rio. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Shunpike Road is a pleasant, tree-shaded North Jersey road lined with neatly manicured lawns fronting well-kept postwar ranch homes. But don’t let the idyllic suburban calm fool...Show More Summary
With consecutive 67s, Stenson took the lead Friday in Round 2, seemingly unfazed by all the attention he has received since winning the British Open two weeks ago.
Young Argentine Emiliano Grillo shot into the lead with a birdie barrage that put him four-under at the turn and eight-under for the tournament late in Friday's second round of the PGA Championship.
Evergreen Catriona Matthew, boosted by having husband Graham back on her bag after a spell looking after their two young children, launched a determined title charge at the Ricoh Women's British Open on Friday.
One major isn't enough to satisfy Henrik Stenson, who put himself in the mix for another Friday at the PGA Championship
The question stumped Patrick Reed and he asked for it to be repeated
The cup was in the wrong place and it was too late for the PGA of America to change it
Phil Mickelson hit a drive so far left it went off the golf course
Henrik Stenson sets the clubhouse lead at six under par after carding a second successive 67 at the US PGA Championship.
South Korea's Mirim Lee maintains her lead at the British Open by one shot, after a second round 71, to go 11 under par at Woburn.
Catriona Matthew records one of her best rounds of golf to put herself into contention at the Women's British Open.
Breaking 60 in a pro event on a major tour is a rarity — so rare, that it had only been done 19 times around the world, men and women, before Thursday. That’s when Stephan Jaeger, a German-born 27-year-old, shot the first-ever 58 in a PGA Tour sanctioned event. Show More Summary