This Week In Golf: Jordan Spieth Soars To Total Victory In Tour ChampionshipSpieth's victory at East Lake also gives him the FedExCup, the world's top ranking and likely player-of-the-year honors.
This Week In Golf: Jason Day Dominates In BMW Championship WinDay stakes claim to No. 1 status in both FedExCup standings and Official World Golf Rankings going into Tour Championship.
This Week In Golf: PGA's Young Superstars Lead FedExCup PlayoffsRickie Fowler sits third in the FedExCup standings heading into the BMW Championship and could catch Jason Day and Jordan Spieth.
This Week In Golf: Rickie Fowler Grinds Out Win At Deutsche Bank ChampionshipRickie Fowler catches third-round leader Henrik Stenson down the stretch to win the Deutsche Bank Championship and stay in the FedExCup hunt.
This Week In Golf: Jason Day Runs Away With The BarclaysJason Day leads FedExCup point standings a after dominant six-stroke victory in The Barclays.
Day Wins In A Blowout At BarclaysFresh off his first major at the PGA Championship, Day pulled away early and poured it on with three long birdie putts on the back nine at Plainfield for an 8-under 62 and a six-shot victory.
Bae Tied For Lead At Barclays As Military Service LoomsBae and Day traded birdies through the third round Saturday at Plainfield Country Club.
Peter Kostis On The Barclays: 'Distance Isn’t Necessarily A Factor'CBS Sports on-course reporter Peter Kostis discusses The Barclays, the first tournament of the FedExCup Playoffs.
This Week In Golf: Davis Love III Gets The Greensboro Hat Trick At WyndhamDavis Love III posted the lowest score Sunday, racing up the leaderboard to win the Wyndham Championship.
This Week In Golf: Jason Day Wins PGA Championship To Get First MajorJason Day holds off Jordan Spieth to take home the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits.
Liguori: Tough, Tenacious Jason Day Finally Wins 1st Major TitleIt only seemed fitting that on a gorgeous Sunday at Whistling Straits, the Aussie got what he deserved.
Jason Day Wins PGA ChampionshipThe 27-year-old Australian finished at 20-under 268 to beat Jordan Spieth by three shots.