Frittelli rises as Larrazabal falters in Beijing
South Africa's Dylan Frittelli will take a three-shot lead into the final day of the Volvo China Open after a second flawless round in succession in Beijing.
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PGA Tour gives 1st slow-play penalty since '95
The first team event on the PGA Tour in 36 years has produced the first penalty for slow play since 1995.
Caddie Confidential: Zurich Classic format creates buzz, uncertainty
Players are excited about the Zurich Classic's format change, according to this week's anonymous caddie, although the team concept could produce some crazy situations.
Larrazabal continues to shine in Beijing
Pablo Larrazabal takes a three-shot lead into day three of the Volvo China Open after a second round 66 in Beijing.
Thompson shoots 69 in return at Shootout
Lexi Thompson is four strokes back at the North Texas LPGA Shootout after shooting a 69 in her first LPGA Tour round since a rules violation cost her a likely victory in the year's first major.
Spieth, Palmer team up for share of Zurich lead
The first team event on the PGA Tour in 36 years saw Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer tied with Ryan Ruffels and Kyle Stanley after the first round Thursday outside New Orleans.
Three weeks, three wins, three lives changed
The three most recent PGA Tour winners -- Sergio Garcia, Wesley Bryan and Kevin Chappell -- are great examples of the ways a single victory can instantly change a golfer's life.
Levy leads in China after flawless first round
France's Alexander Levy made the ideal start in his bid for a second Volvo China Open title with a brilliant opening 63 in Beijing.
Quick 9: Don't close the book on Tiger
Tiger's latest surgery certainly isn't good news for Woods, but others in his shoes were allowed to age gracefully in golf and he should be given at least that much.
Garcia loving life in the Green Jacket.
2017 Masters champion Sergio Garcia explains why his time since winning the competition has been 'just amazing'.
Alternate Shot: Does new video rule make sense?
Golf's ruling bodies have decreed that violations undetectable to the naked eye aren't subject to penalty. Is the "Lexi Thompson Rule" good for the game? Our writers chime in.
Rules of Golf adjusted to limit video evidence
The Rules of Golf have been adjusted concerning video reviews so that players now can avoid a penalty if a violation can't be seen with the naked eye.
Righting the wronged Lexi Thompson
Let's start by tuning out the tattling viewers. While we're at it, no more handing out penalties a day later. It's time for the LPGA to take another pass at its rulebook -- and fast.
Garcia kicks-off El Clasico in Madrid.
2017 Masters Champion Sergio Garcia made an honorary kick-off before 'El Clasico'.
Four-Ball: Sorting through Tiger's future
If forced to choose between whether Woods still has a win in him on the PGA Tour or never competes again on that circuit, some members of our panel still hold out hope for Tiger -- barely.
Wiesberger wins at Shenzhen in play-off
Austria's Bernd Wiesberger held his nerve when it mattered most to beat Tommy Fleetwood in a play-off after the Englishman shot a remarkable final round 63 at the Shenzhen International.
Chappell atop Texas Open by 1 shot after 71
Kevin Chappell took a step closer to his first PGA Tour victory with a 1-under 71 that gave him a 1-stroke lead after three rounds of the Valero Texas Open.
Wiesberger holds firm at Shenzhen International
Bernd Wiesberger shot a 3-under 69 on Saturday to take a three shot lead into the final round fo the Shenzhen International on the European Tour.
Poulter confident of bouncing back
Ian Poulter accepts the hard work must begin now after he lost his PGA Tour card by missing the cut at the Valero Texas Open.
Wiesberger excels at stormy Shenzhen Inter.
Austria's Bernd Wiesberger leads by four shots after shooting a second round 65 on another weather disrupted day at the Shenzhen International.
Garcia 'nervous' ahead of Clasico kick-off
Masters champion Sergio Garcia admits it'll be 'something incredible' to take the ceremonial kick-off at Sunday's El Clasico between his beloved Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Tiger out another extended period of time.
Bob Harig describes the delay in Tiger Woods deciding to have a another back surgery and how Tiger Woods is now even farther away from being competitive on the course.
Will Tiger ever play again?
Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser ponder Tiger Woods' future in golf after another surgery.
Caddie Confidential: Job security gets iffy this time of year
When during the year do caddies realize their job might be on the line? And how does a looper feel about Lydia Ko? Michael Collins gets the inside scoop in this week's Caddie Confidential.
Washington Huskies linebacker Psalm Wooching was set to be drafted this week, but instead he has just returned from a trial at Top 14 side Pau. He tells Tom Hamilton his remarkable story.
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