The final round of the Presidents Cup began with words from the captains, not singles matches.
The caddie for Patrick Reed says he shoved a fan Saturday after another loss at the Presidents Cup because the fan was too close to Reed and shouted an expletive at the embattled American player.
The Americans are in a big hole at the Presidents Cup, and there's nothing Tiger Woods is doing about it.
Harold Varner III and Ryan Palmer shot a 17-under 55 on Friday in the QBE Shootout to match the scramble record since the event moved to Tiburon Golf Club in 2001.
Justin Thomas delivered the biggest moment for an American team desperate for one Friday in the Presidents Cup.
A professional golfer was one of 124 people arrested in Florida in a prostitution and human-trafficking sting.
Ernie Els wanted to inspire his International team at the Presidents Cup, and he found the one video that might do the trick.
It seemed as if Patrick Reed wanted to hear it from the hecklers sooner than later.
Tiger Woods looked good as ever playing in the Presidents Cup.
They first met 25 years ago in Thailand, neither knowing then how much their paths would cross in golf.
The No. 1 player in the world early in the year, Dustin Johnson didn't show up on the leaderboard the last three months of the PGA Tour and hasn't been seen at all since then.
No one at Royal Melbourne has more playing experience in the Presidents Cup than Adam Scott.
Tiger Woods deferred the first pick for pairings in the Presidents Cup, and then made sure he was in the opening match Thursday against the Australian who led qualifying for the International team at Royal Melbourne.
As if being the first playing captain in 25 years at the Presidents Cup weren't enough, Tiger Woods filled yet another role Tuesday at Royal Melbourne.
Captains for the Presidents Cup usually get the most attention for the wild-card picks that fill out their teams and the pairings they create. Ernie Els might have done his best work long before that point.
This might be the end of that Captain America business.
Steve Stricker cared only about securing a spot in the first U.S. Open in his home state of Wisconsin. Still, there was something about the PGA Tour rookie in his group during a 36-hole qualifier that intrigued him.