Justin Rose Will Continue To Let It RideOne week ago Justin Rose was just hoping to continue to this week, but after winning the BMW Championship, Rose is now in contention to win the TOUR Championship and the $10 million prize.
Ernie Els Missed The Cut For The Tour ChampionshipAfter five years and an up and down 2011 season, Ernie Els missed the cut for the Tour Championship. Now he will play in some other tournaments before he heads to Australia to help Greg Norman in the Presidents Cup.
Rose Hangs On To Win BMW ChampionshipRight when it looked as though Justin Rose might blow a big lead, he chipped in for birdie on the 17th hole to secure a two-shot victory Sunday in the BMW Championship that sends him to East Lake for a shot at $10 million.
Mark Wilson Needs To Make A Significant MoveMark Wilson was on track for a good year at the start of the season, but fell off quickly. Now needs to come back from a bad round at the BMW Championship in hopes of making the U.S. Presidents Cup.
Rose Builds A 4-Shot Lead At Cog HillIt's not quite the "fifth major" for Justin Rose, though it's a big deal. He spent last week at the "J.R. Challenge," named after himself and involving seven of his best friends from childhood who meet each year for a week of golf.
Justin Rose Has Nothing To LoseAfter a breakthrough 2010 season, Justin Rose was expected to compete for many title this season. However that was not case, but he can make up for all that with a win at the BMW Championship.
Justin Rose Finally Firing On All CylindersAfter a really bad 2011 season, Justin Rose finally found his game and shot an -8 under to lead the first round of the BMW Championship.
Furyk, Ogilvy Hope To Advance Beyond This WeekendJim Furyk and Geoff Ogilvy will have to play some of their best golf in hopes of advancing to the Tour Championship and being selected to play in the Presidents Cup.
Winning Makes Everything Better For Webb SimpsonDespite being projected as a future PGA star, winning on the PGA Tour this year has helped Webb Simpson focus on the task at hand; a FedEx Cup championship and a $10 million check.
BMW Championship Could Be Making Last Stop At Cog HillFor the first time, five-time champ Tiger Woods won’t be in the field of the BMW Championship. And, as CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports, that isn’t good news for a tournament that might be making its final appearance at Cog Hill.
Could This Be It For Cog Hill?If the players don't like the changes at the new Cog Hill Country Club, in Chicago; then this could be the last time Cog Hill hosts a PGA Tour championship.
Furyk Has New Life In The FedEx Cup StandingsAfter his great finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship, Jim Furyk now only needs to move up 5 spots to make it into the Tour Championship and make it a successful season.
U.S. Amateur Golf Is Alive & WellAlthough the PGA is on a break this weekend, that doesn't mean there is no golf being played. Across the pond in Scotland, the best American amateur golfers will go head-to-head against amateurs from England and Ireland.
Jonathan Byrd Will Continue To Play Aggressive GolfJonathan Byrd can play conservatively and assure himself a spot in the Tour Championship, but that is not his style. He will continue to play aggressive at BMW Championship next weekend.
The PGA Needs To Tweak Its Playoff SystemThere was great drama on the 72nd hole at the Deutshe Bank Championship, but the PGA needs to fix their playoff point system so it can be realistic for players to have a chance to win.