The US PGA Tour returns to Asia for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic when Japan hosts the Zozo Championship this week, with home hero Hideki Matsuyama and Olympic gold medallist Xander Schauffele headlining a strong field.
Rory McIlroy fired a six-under-par 66 this past Sunday to win the CJ Cup by one stroke over Collin Morikawa.
The men and women’s Australian Open tournaments fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday, with both cancelled due to travel restrictions.
Top-level golf tournaments will be given the option of imposing a 46-inch limit on club length in an attempt to restrict driving distances – a move that could curb players such as big-hitting Bryson DeChambeau.
Since the men’s World Ranking was officially launched in 1986, there have been only 24 world No 1 golfers, writes Brendan Barratt. Predictably, Tiger Woods heads up the list, having held top spot for 683 weeks, but who else has been top dog?
South Korean Im Sung-jae torched the TPC Summerlin course with nine birdies in a nine-under-par 62 this past Sunday to win the PGA Tour’s Shriners’ Children’s Open by four strokes.
American Adam Schenk, chasing his first US PGA Tour victory, birdied three of the last four holes to seize a one-stroke lead after Saturday’s third round of the Shriners Children’s Open.
Sahith Theegala, chasing his first US PGA title, fired a bogey-free five-under-par 67 to grab a one-stroke lead after Saturday’s third round of the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Reigning PGA rookie of the year Will Zalatoris fired a course-record 61 to seize a share of the lead after the second round of the Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi.
Compleat Golfer’s playing editor discusses how unity among the world Tours benefits everyone.