Sunday's Golf Capsules
IN HONOR OF EARTH DAY, which was on Saturday, the USGA produced the above edition of the "The 9." Join host Fran Charles and USGA course care experts as they take a look at nine environmental benefits you (maybe) didn't know about golf courses.
Their spring line harks back to the wild polyester looks of the 1970s.
Trump National will host the U.S. Women’s Open. (Getty Images) Donald Trump lives in the White House, but he has spent a lot of his weekends as President away from Washington, D.C. — most of those at his Mar-a-Lago club and estate in Florida. Show More Summary
Olympic gold medallist Justin Rose will make his first Irish Open appearance in seven years when he competes at Portstewart in July.
They say everything is bigger in Texas and Kevin Chappell can attest to it after his big win at the Valero Texas Open. After nine years and 180 starts on Tour, Chappell earned his first win in San Antonio, Texas this weekend, edging out Brooks Koepka with a drained 9-foot birdie putt on the 72nd. Show More Summary
Sunday services today took me up Parley’s Canyon between Salt Lake and Park City, to Mountain Dell. There are two courses there, the Lake and the Canyon. I enjoyed a slightly brisk and quite windy round there, going through the process of resurrecting my dead golf game. I busted out the PB&J on about the […]
April 24 (Gracenote) - The World Rankings 1. (1) Dustin Johnson (U.S.) 12.77 2. (2) Rory McIlroy (Britain) 8.72 3. (3) Jason Day (Australia) 8.18 4. (4) Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) 7.97 5. (5) Jordan Spieth (U.S.) 7.56 6. (6) Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 7.33 7. (7) Sergio Garcia (Spain) 7.24 8. (8) Justin Rose (Britain) 5.52 9. (9) Rickie Fowler (U.S.) 5.44 10. (10) Adam Scott (
April 24 (Gracenote) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Texas Open at the par-72 course on Sunday in San Antonio, Texas -12 Kevin Chappell (U.S.) 69 68 71 68 -11 Brooks Koepka (U.S.) 68 74 70 65 -9 Tony Finau (U.S.) 71 65 74 69 Kevin Tway (U.S.) 70 68 72 69 -8 Aaron Baddeley (Australia) 69 70 73 68 -7 Kang Sung-Hoon (Korea) 69 70 74 68 Brian Gay (U.S.) 68 72 71 70 Ryan Palmer (U.S.
Dominic Bozzelli came within an inch — an inch! — of making the second par-4 hole-in-one in PGA Tour history. Bozzelli was playing the 318-yard par-4 17th at TPC San Antonio’s AT&T Oaks Course on Saturday in the third round of the Valero Texas Open when he nearly jarred his tee shot. Show More Summary
Scott McCarron had three wins in his entire PGA Tour career. Since a spur-of-the-moment, golf-centric wedding, he has three wins on the senior circuit.
Kevin Chappell celebrates his first PGA Tour win. (Getty Images) After six second-place finishes, rising into the 30 in the world and easily holding the mantle as the Best Player Without a PGA Tour Win, Kevin Chappell broke through for his first victory on Sunday at the Valero Texas Open — in his 180th-career start. Show More Summary
Rory McIlroy and Erica Stoll are now a married couple. (Getty Images) Rory McIlroy officially became a married man on Saturday, according to several overseas reports, exchanging vows with fiancee Erica Stoll in a reportedly beautiful, lavish ceremony at Ashford Castle in Ireland. Show More Summary
Carlos Franco and Vijay Singh teamed to shoot a course-record 12-under par to rally from seven shots behind and win the PGA Tour Champions' Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge
April 24 (Gracenote) - FedEx Cup rankings 1. (1) Dustin Johnson (U.S.) 1903 2. (2) Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) 1822 3. (3) Justin Thomas (U.S.) 1793 4. (4) Jon Rahm (Spain) 1361 5. (5) Adam Hadwin (Canada) 1201 6. (6) Jordan Spieth (U.S.) 1104 7. (7) Pat Perez (U.S.) 1096 8. (8) Rickie Fowler (U.S.) 1069 9. (9) Justin Rose (Britain) 980 10. (10) Brendan Steele (U.S.) 964 11.
April 23 (Reuters) - Kevin Chappell ended a frustrating run of near misses when he clinched his first PGA tour title with a one-stroke triumph over fellow American Brooks Koepka at the Texas Open on Sunday.
April 23 (Reuters) - Kevin Chappell birdied the final hole on Sunday for his first victory on the PGA Tour, by one stroke over fellow American Brooks Koepka at the Texas Open.
Even the Texas Open boasts a hefty purse, a sign of how far things have come on the PGA Tour in prize money distribution. The Valero Texas Open, if we’re being honest, is not the biggest event on the PGA Tour. It falls in a bit of aShow More Summary