This Week In Golf: Molinari Tames Carnoustie In British Open VictoryFrancesco Molinari, at 8-under, won the 2018 British Open at Carnoustie, emerging from a crowd atop the leaderboard on the last day.
British Open Storylines Going Into CarnoustieThe British Open welcomes an accomplished field to Carnoustie for the year's third major. Here's what you need to know.
This Week In Golf: Michael Kim Laps The Field At John Deere ClassicKim won the John Deere Classic by eight strokes, shooting 27-under par over four rounds, both tournament records.
On The Rise: Andrew Johnston, A Special Cut of BeefAndrew Johnston is an unlikely Brit with a bushy beard and charm to spare. It may not be long until he finds the top of the leaderboard.
This Week In Golf: Stenson's Sunday 63 At Open Championship Makes HistoryHenrik Stenson wins the Open Championship, beating Phil Mickelson and setting the all-time overall scoring record for a major.
This Week In Golf: PGA Tour Midseason All-StarsWith the Greenbrier Classic canceled, and the Open Championship looming, here are the PGA Tour's best at the season's effective midpoint.
Spieth Sits 2 Shots Back Of Leader Johnson After Opening Round At St. AndrewsSix players, including Jason Day, are one shot behind Johnson, who shot a 7-under 65.
Finfer: The Old Tiger Is Gone For GoodFor many others, the truth is obvious. The man who electrified the sporting world, who turned the worst players on the PGA tour into millionaires, who could do no wrong, is dead.
REARDON: Is The PGA Championship Just 'Normal?'In this week’s Golf World magazine, former U.S. Open Champion Geoff Ogilvy goes all Standard & Poors on the PGA Championship, downgrading its major status from AAA to A+.
REARDON: An Open ToastIt took Darren Clarke twenty tries to finally raise the Claret Jug. He takes great pride in the fashion in which he finally got there.
Watson Still Swinging at 61Tom Watson completed his 34th Open Championship. He was one round in extreme conditions away from climbing the leaderboard.
McIlroy Hates Weather at Open ChampionshipRory McIlroy finished 25th at the Open Championship. He's ready to move on to a tournament for which weather isn't such a factor.