Rickie Fowler, Shane Lowry and Hideki Matsuyama shared the lead at six under par in the suspended first round of the Phoenix Open.
Rickie Fowler seems to have a knack for playing in front of big crowds and big spots. He flexed his game in front of a large gallery on Thursday, opening the Waste Management Phoenix Open with a 6-under 65 at TPC Scottsdale that hasShow More Summary
The rowdy fans at TPC Scottsdale's par-3 16th gave Bubba Watson a piece of their collective mind on Thursday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. A day after Watson disaparaged changes to the host course debuted last year and saidShow More Summary
Fowler was in a hurry to put missed cut last week in the Farmers Insurance Open behind him
Rickie Fowler made a sparkling start in his bid to rebound from a missed PGA Tour cut last week as he charged into a share of the lead at the weather-disrupted Waste Management Phoenix Open in Arizona on Thursday.
Rickie Fowler overcame some bad shots for a share of the lead Thursday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Phil Mickelson compounded his mistakes and fell back.
Rickie Fowler, Shane Lowry and Hideki Matsuyama share Phoenix Open lead at 6-under 65
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Rory McIlroy posted a 4-under 68 on Thursday in Dubai.
Lydia Ko is tied for the lead after the second round in season her debut.
World number one Lydia Ko, the co-leader, was lining up a 15-foot birdie putt on her final hole when second-round play was suspended due to the threat of lightning at the Coates Golf Championship in Ocala, Florida, on Thursday.
Keegan Bradley shot 66 in the opening round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Thursday. However, he signed for 3-under 68. Unfortunately, Bradley realized after the first hole that he was carrying 15 clubs in his bag. Under the Rules of Golf, a player is only allowed 14. Keegan hit w/ 2-shot penalty, too many clubs in bag. Show More Summary
GoPro cameras mounted on a player's hat or belt bring a unique perspective.
The robot takeover is near.
It was a robot, not a person, who got the biggest cheer during Wednesday’s pro-am of the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The robot, named Eldrick, was set up and taking swings on the 16th tee of TPC Scottsdale. The hole is without question the loudest hole on golf. Show More Summary
(The following edited content was supplied by Golf Channel in a news release.) PGA TOUR NBC Sports Group will feature more than 25 hours of live programming from TPC Scottsdale surrounding the Waste Management Phoenix Open, including tournament coverage on Golf Channel and NBC. Show More Summary
Lydia Ko was on the final green when the 2nd round of an LPGA tournament in Florida was halted by storms
Lydia Ko was on the final green when the 2nd round was halted by storms
Lydia Ko played enough golf Thursday to catch up to the lead, but not enough to finish the rain-delayed second round of the Coates Golf Championship.
Your browser does not support iframes. Rory McIlroy didn't get off to a great start on Thursday at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, but the defending champion ended the day just two shots back of leader Alex Noren. McIlroy shot 4-under...Show More Summary