Richy Werenski made three birdies and an eagle over Sunday’s final seven holes to chase down fellow American Troy Merritt and win the Barracuda Championship for his first PGA title.
Danielle Kang held off France’s Celine Boutier over the final holes Sunday to win the LPGA Drive On Championship, the tour’s first tournament since February after a COVID-19 shutdown.
Justin Thomas reclaimed the world number one ranking on Sunday by outdueling defending champion Brooks Koepka down the stretch to win the WGC St. Jude Invitational by three strokes.
Fourth-ranked Danielle Kang overcame three bogeys in the last six holes to claim a share of the lead after Saturday’s second round of the LPGA Drive On Championship.
The 120th US Open will be staged without spectators at Winged Foot on September 17-20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the US Golf Association (USGA) announced Wednesday.
This year’s Australian Open Golf Championship was postponed Tuesday because of the coronavirus pandemic but officials said they were hoping to restage the event early in 2021.

World Golf Westwood “not comfortable” travelling to America

The United States has scrapped its 14-day quarantine for overseas PGA Tour golfers, but that’s not enough to convince former world No. 1 Lee Westwood to get on an airplane and fly to America.

World Golf Werenski, Thompson share 54-hole lead at PGA 3M Open

Richy Werenski, seeking his first US PGA title, closed with an eight-foot birdie putt to match Michael Thompson for the lead after Saturday’s third round of the 3M Open.

World Golf Americans Thompson, Werenski share US PGA 3M Open lead

Michael Thompson, the 2012 US Open runner-up, fired a five-under par 66 to share the lead with fellow American Richy Werenski after Friday’s second round of the US PGA’s 3M Open.

World Golf Tiger skips WGC to better prepare for PGA Championship

Reigning Masters champion Tiger Woods will not play in next week’s WGC event at Memphis so he can better prepare for the PGA Championship the following week in San Francisco.

World Golf Law leads on European Tour’s return at crowd-free British Masters

Scotland’s David Law burst to the top of the leaderboard as the European Tour returned to action at the British Masters in Newcastle.

World Golf Rahm wins PGA Memorial to seize world number one ranking

Jon Rahm became the first Spaniard since Seve Ballesteros in 1989 to hold golf’s world number one ranking, fending off a late challenge Sunday to win the US PGA Memorial tournament.

World Golf Rahm seizes command with late birdie run at PGA Memorial

Jon Rahm, chasing the world number one ranking, birdied four of the last six holes to seize a four-stroke lead after Saturday’s third round of the US PGA Memorial tournament.

World Golf Tiger battles to 71 in third round at Memorial

Tiger Woods overcame nagging back issues to fire a one-under-par 71 in Saturday’s third round of the US PGA Memorial tournament, feeling better after barely making the cut.

World Golf Finau, Palmer share Memorial lead as Woods struggles

Tony Finau shook off two early bogeys to post a three-under-par 69 on Friday and maintain a share of the lead alongside Ryan Palmer early in the second round of the US PGA Tour Memorial.

World Golf Rusty Woods five shots adrift as Finau leads Memorial

Tiger Woods showed signs of his five-month layoff Thursday, his one-under-par 71 putting him five strokes behind first-round leader Tony Finau at the Memorial Tournament.

World Golf Asian Tour restart blow as Taiwan Masters golf cancelled

Golf’s Taiwan Masters was cancelled Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, casting doubt over the planned September resumption of the Asian Tour season.

World Golf Woods cautious about return ahead of Memorial

Tiger Woods admitted Tuesday that concern over the coronavirus delayed his return to the PGA Tour as he prepares to play his first event since February at this week’s Memorial Tournament in Ohio.

World Golf Morikawa outguns Thomas in dramatic PGA playoff

American Collin Morikawa tapped in a putt on the third playoff hole to outduel Justin Thomas in wild Sunday finish and capture the US PGA Tour Workday Charity Open.

World Golf No caddie, no problem as Warren ends six-year title drought

Marc Warren captured his first European Tour title in six years on Sunday with a one-shot victory in the Austrian Open despite playing without his caddie, who failed to pass a coronavirus test in time.




 

 

 

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