For those who narrowly got into the top 125 to qualify for golf’s ultimate bonus series, it’s time to play well or go home.
CBS Sports on-course reporter Peter Kostis discusses The Barclays, the first tournament of the FedExCup Playoffs.
Davis Love III posted the lowest score Sunday, racing up the leaderboard to win the Wyndham Championship.
Hunter Mahan pulled away with three straight birdies late in the final round Sunday to win The Barclays, ending more than two years without a title on the PGA Tour.
Jim Furyk was steady. Jason Day was wild. Both wound up with a share of the lead Saturday at The Barclays.
Now that the majors are over, Adam Scott is going after the only big prize left this year — a shot at the $10 million FedEx Cup title.
Rory McIlroy took a week to celebrate his blockbuster summer and paid for it Thursday in The Barclays.
Scott played bogey-free and closed with a 5-under 66. He finished an hour before the final group.
Webb Simpson had six birdies over his last nine holes for a 5-under 66 that made him the clubhouse leader at The Barclays.
Some of the world’s best golfers have been teeing off all weekend, thanks to an army of volunteers who are helping at the event. More than 1,800 volunteers in green shirts have been logging 12-hour days during the tournament.
Tiger Woods felt a twinge in his lower back when he awoke and felt pain throughout the second round at Bethpage Black. He managed to overcome a bogey-bogey start and get within range of Nick Watney and the resurgent Sergio Garcia.
Thousands of fans chased after Woods and McIlroy, in the marquee group based on their standing in the FedEx Cup — Woods at No. 1 and McIlroy at No. 3. Both of them got off to a reasonable start.
More than 100,000 spectators expected over the six-day PGA event at Bethpage State Park, along with some of the best golfers in the world.
As Hurricane Irene bears down on the Eastern seaboard sports officials are scrambling to reschedule events.
Kuchar beat Martin Laird in a playoff at The Barclays with a 7-iron out of the rough that rolled toward the back of the 18th green, then caught enough of the slope to turn back toward the hole and stop 30 inches away for a birdie.