Not even one bad hole could keep Tiger Woods from a share of the 36-hole lead for the first time in more than three years.
World No 1 Justin Rose is the man to beat this week, not only for the win at the Tour Championship but also the $10-million prize fund on offer for the season-long FedExCup.
The final leg of the FedExCup Playoffs is at East Lake Golf Club for the 2018 TOUR Championship, where the top 30 in the standings will compete for the coveted FedExCup. Continue reading
Keegan Bradley held off Justin Rose in a sudden-death playoff to win the rain-plagued BMW Championship on Monday for his first PGA TOUR victory in six years.
Webb Simpson drained a 71-foot eagle from off the green to claim a one-shot lead at the Dell Technologies Championship which saw both Saffas remaining in the FedExCup race continue past the cut.
The second round of the FedExCup playoffs is at TPC Boston for the 2018 Dell Technologies Championship, where only the top 70 in the standings will advance to Philadelphia.
A slow Sunday at The Northern Trust prevented Louis Oosthuizen from continuing his climb up the FedExCup standings with three events to play.
Brandt Snedeker won the Wyndham Championship on Sunday for his ninth PGA TOUR title, four days after opening with an 11-under 59.
Brooks Koepka held off a packed leaderboard with a commanding performance to collect his second Major triumph of the year at the PGA Championship on Sunday, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Justin Thomas cruised to his maiden World Golf Championship title with a commanding four-shot victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.