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Matsuyama prevails at Riviera with historic 62, becomes Asia's most prolific PGA Tour winner
Six shots behind to start the final round of the Genesis Invitational, Shigeki Matsuyama delivered a record performance — 9-under 62, the lowest closing round by a winner at Riviera — to achieve the record that really mattered.
Canada's Hughes, Conners in the hunt at Riviera; Woods withdraws with flu symptoms
Patrick Cantlay began with an eagle and never let anyone close to him the rest of the round Friday. He shot a 6-under 65 to build a five-shot lead at the Genesis Invitational going into a weekend that won't include Tiger Woods.
Clark declared Pebble Beach winner after final round wiped out by weather
Wyndham Clark was declared the winner of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Sunday evening when the PGA Tour cancelled the final round because of wicked weather conditions that would linger into the next day and cause safety concerns.
PGA Tour players get equity ownership in $3B US deal struck with Fenway-led investor group
The PGA Tour is getting a $3 billion US investment from Strategic Sports Group in a deal announced Wednesday that would give players access to more than $1.5 billion as equity owners in the new PGA Tour Enterprises.
Murray wins Sony Open in 3-way playoff; Canada's Taylor finishes 3 shots back
Grayson Murray is a PGA Tour winner again and feels better than ever about his future. The gold trophy he won Sunday at the Sony Open in Honolulu with a 40-foot birdie putt in a playoff is only a small reason for that.
2021 Olympians Conners, Hughes battling 3 Canadian golfers for 2 spots at Paris Games
Five Canadians were at The Sentry for the 2024 PGA Tour opener on the weekend in Hawaii. Problem is, no country can send more than two to the Olympics this summer, unless they are top-15 in the world rankings. Corey Conners is the highest at 38th.
Chris Kirk makes late birdie to take PGA Tour season opener at Kapalua
Nearly a year after Chris Kirk made it all the way back by winning, he took another big step Sunday with a clutch 5-iron to two feet for birdie on the 17th hole that led to an 8-under 65 and a one-shot victory in The Sentry in Kapalua, Hawaii.
Canada's Hughes gains entry to PGA Tour's signature events with Rahm's departure
The PGA Tour has notified Jon Rahm he has been suspended for signing with Saudi-funded LIV Golf, a formality that is more about the benefits to the players Rahm leaves behind. Canada's Mackenzie Hughes and Carl Yuan are the immediate beneficiaries.
Masters champion Jon Rahm bolts for Saudi-backed LIV Golf in stunning blow to PGA Tour
Masters champion Jon Rahm bolted for Saudi-funded LIV Golf on Thursday for what's believed to be more money than the PGA Tour's entire prize fund, a stunning blow that deepens the divide in golf as the two sides were negotiating a commercial deal.
Rahm rallies to win Masters by 4 shots over Koepka, Mickelson for 2nd major title
Jon Rahm turned the longest day into his sweetest victory, starting Sunday with a four-shot deficit in the morning chill and finishing in fading sunlight as the fourth Spaniard to become a Masters champion.