LOUISVILLE, Ky. | Phil Mickelson left the PGA Championship as a runner-up in a major for the ninth time in his career, though this one at least kept alive one streak involving the Ryder Cup and another involving the FedEx Cup.
AKRON, Ohio | Ben Crane won the St. Jude Classic in June, his first victory in three years and the fifth of his PGA Tour career.
KAPOLEI, Hawaii | Defending champion Ai Miyazato had five birdies in a late six-hole stretch Thursday at breezy Ko Olina to open a two-stroke lead midway through the second round of the LPGA Lotte Championship.
Na Yeon Choi was just a kid when Se Ri Pak won the U.S. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run in 1998.
Tiger Woods signs autographs for fans after the ProAm of the Greenbrier Classic on Wednesday at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. | A short ride to Sam Snead's playground is what Tiger Woods considers a good way to get ready for the British Open.
KOHLER, Wis. | Yani Tseng fondly remembers attending the U.S. Women's Open as a fan when she was 13, down to autographs and free snacks. Should Tseng win at Blackwolf Run this week, she'll get a taste of fame only a handful of players have sampled before.
Title IX was initially intended to give women more opportunities in higher education, with access to athletics a mere side effect. By opening the gates to gyms, stadiums and playing fields, however, Title IX changed the way women in America see themselves. Here, in their own words, are what …
David Mathis had a hole-in-one and shot a 6-under 64 on Thursday to take a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Conn.
AUGUSTA, Ga. | They settled for one shot apiece and made it memorable — not because of how far it went, but because of who was hitting it.
MELBOURNE, Australia | Jessica Korda broke out her father's trademark scissor-kick celebration Sunday when she won the Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne for her first LPGA Tour title.
NORTH PLAINS, Ore. | Following the Women's British Open, Suzann Pettersen returned again to her native Norway to join in the healing process after the horrific attacks on July 22 left 77 dead and shook her homeland.
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