The early wake-up call was well worth it for Matt Jones, who made two birdie putts in pristine conditions at Whistling Straits on Saturday morning to complete a 7-under 65 and build a two-shot lead in the PGA Championship.
The second round of the PGA Championship had just about everything Friday. Except a conclusion.
In a battle of birdie makers, Jason Day held off Bubba Watson to capture his fourth PGA Tour title.
David Lingmerth won the Memorial Tournament, outlasting Justin Rose in the event’s longest playoff ever.
Justin Rose stuffed his scorecard with birdies to win Zurich Classic of New Orleans, shooting a course-record 22-under 266.
CBS Sports Golf Analyst Gary McCord looks ahead to the Zurich Classic, and explains why TPC Louisiana favors the big hitters.
Jim Furyk showed nerves of steel in capturing the RBC Heritage, his first PGA Tour win in four years.
Jordan Spieth posted the lowest 54-hole score in Masters history by shooting a 2-under 70 Saturday, sending him to the final round with a four-stroke lead.
Jordan Spieth made Friday feel like Sunday at the Masters. Fans rose to their feet and applauded when Spieth walked onto the 12th tee, and for the next two hours, ovations greeted him on tee boxes and greens.
Jordan Spieth was already the hottest player on the PGA Tour. He kept right on going at the Masters.
Leading off for the Americans will be two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson and his buddy, 2012 U.S. Open champ Webb Simpson.
Martin Kaymer is playing a brand of golf rarely seen in the U.S. Open. It might even be enough for soccer-mad Germany to pay attention. The other 155 players at Pinehurst No. 2 certainly are.
As much as I hoped Phil Mickelson’s storybook week would end on a high, putting an end to his nightmares at the U.S. Open, Justin Rose makes a fine champion.
Tiger Woods had two double bogeys and a triple bogey on the back nine for a 44, and he did that without a penalty shot.
In one of the most anticipated Masters ever — with the resurgence of Tiger Woods as the top-ranked player in the game — the question as Woods gets started on Thursday morning at 10.45 a.m. is whether he can sustain his fine play.