Defending champion Brooks Koepka completed the lowest 36-hole showing in major golf history on Friday to seize a record seven-stroke lead after two rounds of the PGA Championship while Tiger Woods missed the cut. Third-ranked Koepka, a runaway favorite to capture his fourth major title on Sunday,
There wasn’t a ceremony and Brooks Koepka says he needs plenty more major wins to match Tiger Woods, but the aura of golf invincibility has been passed, at least verbally. It happened at the PGA Championship after defending champion
Jordan Spieth, trying to complete a career Grand Slam despite a season of struggles, fired a four-under par 66 to take the early clubhouse lead in Friday’s second round of the PGA Championship on five-under par. Defending champion Brooks Koepka still topped the leaderboard on seven under.
Bethpage: Defending champion Brooks Koepka overcame struggles to grab a seven-stroke lead after Saturday’s third round of the PGA Championship, the largest 54-hole advantage in tournament history. Third-ranked Koepka, in prime position for his fourth major title, fired a level-par 70 at Bethpage Black
Tiger Woods launched his latest tilt at Sam Snead’s record for US PGA Tour victories with a two-under-par 70 on Thursday that left him five off the pace set by Ryan Moore at the Memorial tournament.
Chez Reavie ended a near-11-year title drought Sunday, firing a one-under 69 for a four-shot victory in the US PGA Tour Travelers Championship. Reavie couldn’t repeat the seven-birdie back-nine surge that saw him power to a six-shot lead on Saturday, two birdies and a bogey were enough to deliver
A lifetime of work came to fruition for Gary Woodland at Pebble Beach, where the 35-year-old from Kansas — who turned to golf when he felt his basketball dream just wouldn’t pan out — captured his first major title at the 119th US Open.
Bernd Wiesberger shot up the Race to Dubai Rankings after sealing his fifth European Tour title following an epic final round battle with Scotsman Robert MacIntyre at the Made in Denmark.
Gary Woodland drained a 50-foot birdie put at his final hole on Friday to cap a six-under par 65 and take a two-stroke US Open lead over former champion Justin Rose at Pebble Beach.
Los Angeles: Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy is back in his comfort zone at the Wells Fargo Championship, firing a five-under 66 on Thursday to grab a share of the first-round lead with Joel Dahmen. McIlroy earned his first career USPGA Tour victory at the Quail Hollow golf course in 2010