- Nicklaus would pick Tiger for Ryder Cup team
- Langer leads British Senior by 2 after Round 1
- Masters prep? Rory ready to lean on amateur
- Horsey atop Russian Open with 1st-round 65
- Taiwan sweeps U.S. at International Crown
- Dick's Sporting Goods fires in-store golf pros
- Horsfield, Crocker open U.S. Junior with wins
- Yin advances in 1st round at U.S. Girls' Junior
- McIlroy wins wire to wire | Wojciechowski
- McIlroy's father cashes in on son's Open title
- Tiger posts worst finish at major | O'Connor
- Oldest golf magazine in country goes all digital
- Lefty pleased with finish, eyes Ryder spot
- Ko wins Marathon Classic with closing birdie
- Bob Harig retweeted
- Bob Harig retweeted
- ESPN Golf retweeted
GOLF PHOTO GALLERIES
More Left For Tiger
Tiger Woods didn't play well at the Open Championship. But don't count him out just yet.
Rory Inches Closer To History
Rory McIlroy's Open Championship victory didn't come easily, but it did leave a mark on the Northern Irishman.
Sergio Still In Majors Mix
A more relaxed Sergio Garcia pushed Rory McIlroy in the final round of the Open Championship, showing that his long-sought major may still be ahead.
Round 3 Grades
Rory McIlroy earned another A-plus at the Open Championship, with Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler also earning As.
Lessons With Lefty
Rick Reilly wanted to learn a thing or two from Phil Mickelson. He found out that Lefty is still confident he can win on tour. And that Reilly will miss meeting people like Mickelson.
|1||Bubba Watson (USA)||15||$5,102,162|
|2||Jimmy Walker (USA)||21||$4,999,140|
|3||Dustin Johnson (USA)||16||$4,249,180|
|4||Martin Kaymer (GER)||13||$3,959,787|
|5||Jordan Spieth (USA)||21||$3,800,682|
|6||Matt Kuchar (USA)||18||$3,779,369|
|7||Rory McIlroy (NIR)||11||$3,635,896|
|8||Jim Furyk (USA)||14||$3,554,995|
|9||Sergio Garcia (ESP)||11||$3,426,180|
|10||Patrick Reed (USA)||21||$3,254,590|
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RBC Canadian Open - IN PROGRESS
Royal Montreal GC(Blue Course) - 7/24/2014
- Par: 35-35--70 Yards: 7,153 Purse: $5,700,000
- Def. Champ: Brandt Snedeker - USA, 272 (16-under)