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Feb 23, 2020 at 6:12 pm ET • 1 min read Justin Thomas shot to the top of the leaderboard through 54 holes by going 6 under on Saturday, but he’s far from alone at the top as a bevy of the world’s best golfers will compete shot for shot down the stretch at the …

With his stunning wire-to-wire victory Saturday at the Zozo Championship in Japan, it’s official: No golfer has ever won more PGA Tour events than Tiger Woods. After getting within one of Sam Snead’s career record of 82 PGA Tour victories at the Masters back in April, Woods (-19) tied the mark on Sunday with a …

Justin Thomas told the field that the 2019 BMW Championship — and possibly the FedEx Cup Playoffs — are his for the taking after firing an astounding 61 to vault six shots clear of the rest of the leaderboard at Medinah Country Club on Saturday. Will he close out the penultimate event of the 2018-19 …

Hideki Matsuyama began the second round of the 2019 BMW Championship four strokes off leaders Justin Thomas and Jason Kokrak, and he ended it with a one-stroke lead over the field. Matsuyama shot a 9-under 63 at Medinah Country Club, setting a new course record and giving him an edge over Patrick Cantlay and Tony …

After 18 holes at Medinah Country Club, a familiar name co-leads the event after shooting 7-under 65 in Round 1. Justin Thomas — winner of the 2017 FedEx Cup Playoffs — was flawless in his bogey-free showing at Medinah on Thursday and is looking for his first win of the calendar year. Let’s dive into …

The weather sent scores way over par, but Shane Lowry was able to battle both the inclement conditions at Royal Portrush and the nerves of closing out his first major championship as he shot a final round score of 72 to win the 2019 Open Championship by six strokes.  Lowry’s win will ultimately be remembered …

The 2019 Open Championship at Royal Portrush is Shane Lowry’s to lose. The Irishman leads Tommy Fleetwood by four and J.B. Holmes by six after a stunning 63 in Round 3. The only thing likely to keep one of those three golfers from winning the Claret Jug on Sunday is Biblical weather, which we may …

J.B. Holmes and Shane Lowry share the 36-hole lead at the 148th Open Championship, but they’ve got their work cut out for themselves with a strong pack of contenders at the top of the leaderboard at Royal Portrush. One stroke behind the 8-under pace set by Holmes and Lowry is a pair England’s finest on …

The Open Championship made its return to Royal Portrush after a 68-year absence on Thursday … and boy was it mean. Only about one-quarter of the field finished the first round under par, and some of the biggest stars in the world are not simply flirting with the cut line but actually at the bottom …

Gary Woodland held off charges from former champions Justin Rose and Brooks Koepka and fired a tremendous final-round 69 to win the 119th U.S. Open. The victory is Woodland’s first major championship and comes after he held both the 36-hole and 54-hole leads in the tournament.  Those looking for drama on Sunday afternoon didn’t get …