ESPN.com blogger Jason Sobel tracks all the happenings from the 38th Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor.
After his stunning Masters win and the whirlwind that followed, Jordan Spieth is basking in his laid-back week on Hilton Head Island.
Sei Young Kim holed out from 154 yards for eagle to win the LPGA Tour's Lotte Championship on the first hole of a playoff Saturday with Inbee Park.
Olin Browne shot a tournament-record 8-under 64 to take the Greater Gwinnett Championship lead and still couldn't relax as Bernhard Langer matched Browne's 64.
Two-time Masters champion Tom Watson says his next visit to play Augusta National might be his last.
The head of a Canadian media conglomerate that acquired rights to the NHL in the largest sports deal in the country's history has been hired as the new chief executive of golf's European Tour.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat shot a 4-under 68 to take the lead after the third round at the inaugural Shenzhen International, though he let a five-shot advantage slip to two strokes.
Sei Young Kim shot a 2-under 70 on Friday in wind gusting to 30 mph to take a one-stroke lead in the Lotte Championship.
Most Masters champs take the week off to revel in their victories. Not Jordan Spieth. He's at the RBC Heritage. Jason Sobel takes a fun look at the golfer's whirlwind week.
Was Tiger's wrist really dislocated, and will Phil finally get his U.S. Open victory? Michael Collins answers that and more in his weekly #AskESPNCaddie mailbag.
The week after the Masters brings many tests, and questions, for golfers. Bob Harig answers all in his latest Birdies and Bogeys column.
When Jordan Spieth lands at Harbour Town this week, he'll receive the usual ribbing from his friends on the tour. He'll also find the same group to be even more motivated after his Masters win.
Has Jordan Spieth reinvigorated American golf, and what questions did Tiger answer? Our scribes, still buzzing over the Masters, dive into those topics and more in Four-Ball.
Dottie Pepper knows the pitfalls that come with winning a major, but believes Jordan Spieth's maturity will keep him on track and push his competition, including Rory McIlroy.
ESPN senior golf writer Bob Harig compares Jordan Spieth's 2015 Masters victory with Tiger Woods' 1997 win.
It's time to assess the overall performances this past week at Augusta. Check out how Tiger Woods and other top players fared.
There is nothing overhyped about Augusta National. To see the Masters in person is a dream every golf fan should realize.
Don't call 2015 Masters champion Jordan Spieth the next great hope for American golf. He's already there.