McIlroy remains No. 1|
Among the best in the world at last week's WGC-Cadillac Match Play, Rory McIlroy emerged victorious with a 4 & 2 win over Gary Woodland on Sunday, which allowed McIlroy to tighten his grip even... Full Story
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|McIlroy's long road to victory|
Kevin Currie - GOLF Editor
Entering the World Golf Championship-Cadillac Match Play Championship, there were plenty of questions surrounding the new format.
Now that the event is in the books, there is little question as to who the best player was over the five... Full Story
|This Week in Golf -- May 7-10|
The PGA Tour is back at TPC Sawgrass this week for the always electric Players Championship, featuring some of the most daunting finishing holes in the game of golf.
Last year, Martin Kaymer stared down those finishing holes and ended with three straight difficult pars to hang on and beat out Jim Furyk by one shot. Full Story
|Park gains on Ko in world rankings|
Inbee Park won the North Texas Shootout by three shots on Sunday and that helped her inch closer to Lydia Ko atop the world rankings.
Park, the second ranked player in the world, improved 0.95 average points and she now trails world No. 1 Ko by just 0.46. Full Story
|McIlroy captures Match Play title|
Rory McIlroy cruised to a 4 & 2 win over Gary Woodland in Sunday's final match at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship.
McIlroy won four in a row from the fourth to grab a commanding lead. Woodland took the 11th and 12th, but missed a 4-footer at 13 that would... Full Story
|Park cruises to 3-shot win in Texas|
Inbee Park fired a 6-under 65 in Sunday's final round and she went on to win the North Texas Shootout for the second time, this time by three shots.
Park, who now has 14 career victories on the LPGA Tour, finished the week at 15-under-par 269. She also won the inaugural event in 2013. Full Story