There is no better place for Tiger Woods to set the PGA Tour record for most career victories than at Riviera.
Ernie Els has made it clear he will not be returning as International captain for the Presidents Cup next year.
Founder Bob Parsons said he chose a store in Minnesota specifically because of its long, cold winters.
Nick Taylor had more trouble with the wind than he did with Phil Mickelson. The Canadian managed both just fine Sunday and won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for his second career victory.
Phil Mickelson and his sublime short game delivered more entertainment than all the athletes and celebrities for the Saturday show at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Jason Day received a warm reminder Friday at Pebble Beach how good it feels to hit shots the way he wants, make a bunch of putts and see his name high on the leaderboard.
Ernie Els brought big changes to the International team in the Presidents Cup, and then he added one more he wants to see. He doesn't think someone should be captain more than once.
First-round leader Madelene Sagstrom held a one-stroke lead over American Ally McDonald after two rounds of the LPGA's Vic Open tournament which features male and female professionals playing in alternate groups over two courses at the 13th Beach Golf Links.
Nick Taylor opened with an eagle, closed with two birdies and made a gorgeous day feel even better with an 8-under 63 at Monterey Peninsula that gave him the lead Thursday in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Optimism is never in short supply for Phil Mickelson, and it was especially high when he left the Monterey Peninsula last year with his 44th career PGA Tour victory and his fifth title in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Phil Mickelson is still not exempt for the U.S. Open and says he won't accept a special invitation.
Patrick Cantlay had a different set of expectations when he played the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am three years ago.
Keith Mitchell needs to be sharp this week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and it has nothing to do with his game.
Golfers at all levels keep hitting the ball farther, and the game's governing bodies plan to do something about it by going after the one area they can control — equipment.