A long victory drought on the PGA Tour finally ended Sunday, just not the one a raucous crowd was expecting.
Paul Casey closed with a 6-under 65 and won the Valspar Championship, but only after watching from the locker room as Tiger Woods came up one putt short of forcing a playoff.
The list of places Brooks Koepka had to go to win golf tournaments looks like a page straight out of a travelogue.
Spain. Scotland. Turkey. Japan.
Patrick Reed has always been at his best when playing for his country. Playing for his country's championship suited him well, too, Saturday.
One of America's top Ryder Cup players drenched himself in red, white and blue — including the pants with the "USA" logo that he wore at Hazeltine last year — then plowed his way through Erin Hills for a third-round 7-under-par 65 to finish at 8 under.
More than 40 golfers are under par at the midpoint of the 2017 United States Open . There have been birdies by the bucketful and scores of smiling golfers all but dancing off the greens in glee.
The Erin Hills golf course, like a good newcomer wanting to make friends, has been overly generous in its first time hosting the event.
The first time Jordan Spieth saw Albany Golf Club, he predicted Bubba Watson would love the place because it looked so open off the tee.
With virtually no wind, Watson showed just how much he liked it Saturday in the Hero World Challenge. He had seven birdies, holed out a 7-iron for eagle and matched the course record with a 9-under 63 to build a two-shot lead over Paul Casey going into the final round.
English golfer Paul Casey has opted not to rejoin the European Tour for next season, meaning he will be ineligible for the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine in Minnesota.
Casey, who is based mainly in Arizona, gave up his membership after deciding to concentrate on the PGA Tour in order to get back into the world's top 50.
Just getting to East Lake is the challenge for Henrik Stenson . Playing the golf course appears to be the easy part.
Two years after his wire-to-wire victory to capture the FedEx Cup, Stenson was just as dominant Thursday until he stalled at the end and had to settle for a 7-under 63 and a two-shot lead over Paul Casey in the Tour Championship.