Tiger Woods is definitely back this week, at least in Las Vegas, for the 18th annual Tiger Jam, a fundraiser for his foundation.
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David Hearn started fast and finished even faster Thursday at TPC Summerlin, opening with birdies on three of his first four holes and closing out his round with three consecutive birdies in posting a 7-under-par round of 64 and a share of the lead after the first round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Patrick Rodgers wasn't planning on a long vacation from golf. But he got caught in one of those weird situations that sometimes happens to a pro player.
If you were looking for a hole that could short-circuit a player's round Thursday, this was it.
Fifteen years ago, I moved to Las Vegas for a job transfer. Two weeks in, my new boss said, "Let's go play golf. I have a favorite course." That was my introduction to Desert Pines Golf Club.
Patton Kizzire proved he can in win in golf's minor leagues. But can he beat the best the game has to offer?
After enduring criticism from some in the golf world that he was more about style than substance, Rickie Fowler is starting to enjoy the payoff from all the hard work he has put into his game.
Here are 10 players to watch in this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
The big-league professional golfers are in Las Vegas week, and organizers of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open are unveiling a new Cabana suite on the 16th green in hopes of generating more revenue from the PGA event.
The PGA Tour's Shriners Open begins tournament play on Thursday at the TPC of Summelin. The event announced its pairings and tee times Tuesday morning for the first two rounds on Thursday and Friday. Here's who you can follow.
When the PGA Tour made its decision a couple of years ago to change its schedule and have its Fall Series become part of the Fed Ex Cup points chase, it was with The Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in mind.
Can Emiliano Grillo do it again? The rookie from Argentina shocked the golf world Sunday when he won the Frys.com Open at Napa, Calif., defeating veteran Kevin Na in a playoff in the first PGA Tour event of the 2016 season.
The talent was always there. But Charley Hoffman needed to find some consistency in his golf game to be a star on the PGA Tour.
If you're planning on going to this year's PGA Tour Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, here's what you'll need to know.
Almost all of golf's biggest names are bypassing Las Vegas this week. Rickie Fowler is making the stop, however, and that makes him the favorite.
It had been a tough day for Ben Martin. The 28-year-old from South Carolina had limped in with a third-round 80 at the BMW Championship on Sept. 18, essentially knocking him out of a spot in the field.
Three days into his PGA Tour debut in 1986, Jerry Foltz injured his back in a car accident after being hit by a drunk driver and was never the same. But the Western High School graduate knew golf, and he was good at talking about it. And if you've watched the Golf Channel through the years, you're familiar with his work.
Phil Mickelson committed a rules violation at the President's Cup — where he used two different brands of golf balls in Friday's round — that cost his team two holes in a match it halved with Jason Day and Adam Scott. But the gaffe didn't stop Mickelson from talking smack in his postmatch news conference.
World number one Jordan Spieth capped a sensational season on Friday when, as had been widely expected, he was voted the PGA Tour's Player of the Year after a 2014-15 campaign highlighted by two major victories among his five wins.
After contemplating playing last week, Rickie Fowler officially committed Tuesday for next month's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open golf tournament at TPC Summerlin.
PGA star Rickie Fowler indicated to reporters at a news conference in Atlanta on Tuesday he plans to play in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas next month.
Former world number one Tiger Woods announced on Friday that he underwent back surgery earlier this week and will be sidelined for the rest of this year.
As an avid golfer and noted bald man, comedian Larry David — "Seinfeld" co-creator and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" creator and star — has a special place in his heart for Jordan Spieth, the two-time major winner with a rapidly receding hairline.