Rory McIlroy won the RBC Canadian Open by seven strokes, even with tough competition, and now moves up to No. 3 in the world just in time for this week’s US Open.
Patrick Cantlay has taken off this season with eight top-10s in 14 starts, including a win, a runner-up and two thirds, one of them at the PGA, plus a T9 at Augusta.
Kevin Na, who excels on shorter courses, shot 4-under 66 on Sunday to beat Tony Finau by four strokes, for his third PGA win.
Len Hochberg describes Brooks Koepka almost blowing his seven-stroke final-round lead to Dustin Johnson at Bethpage Black to win the PGA Championship.
Len Hochberg discusses yet another first-time tour winner, Sung Kang, as well as the benefits of having Tony Romo play on a sponsor exemption.
Max Homa, ranked 417th in the world before the Wells Fargo, bested Joel Dahmen by three strokes to win his first PGA tournament.
Len Hochberg reviews Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer’s victory in the Zurich Classic, while also taking a look at the state of the top golfers' games heading into the next few months.
Len Hochberg describes C.T. Pan’s victory, which was the seventh straight time someone has come from behind to win the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town.
Len Hochberg reviews a historical performance from Tiger Woods, who won his fifth green jacket after last winning the Masters 14 years ago.
By winning Sunday's Valero Texas Open, Corey Conners moves to 84th in the world and is now qualified for both the Masters and May's PGA Championship.
Len Hochberg reviews this week's match play event where Kevin Kisner bulldogged his way to victory, even if he's not quite the bulldog some think.
Paul Casey defended his 2018 Valspar Championship victory with another win on Sunday, a hard fought victory against current No. 1 Dustin Johnson.
Len Hochberg describes Rory McIlroy's gritty, hard-fought win at TCP Sawgrass, which was a long time coming for the star golfer.
Italian golfer Francesco Molinari won at rough-laden Bay Hill, his third Tour win, and moves up to 7th in the OWGR.
Keith Mitchell, who was ranked 218th in strokes gained: putting before Sunday, sunk a 15-foot-plus putt to win in regulation and avoid a three-way playoff with Rickie Fowler and Brooks Koepka.
Next week, Dustin Johnson will move past Justin Rose and Brooks Koepka to sit atop of the OWGR, as he dominated an elite field of rivals to win in Mexico City.
Despite relentless bad weather and a spectacular four-hole show by Tiger Woods, J.B. Holmes came out on top Sunday and moved to No. 42 in the world.
Phil Mickelson came from three shots down after 54 holes to overtake Paul Casey for his second win in less than a year and his fifth Pebble victory.
Rickie Fowler overcame triple and double bogies in the last round at rainy TPC Scottsdale to secure his fifth PGA Tour win.
In the battle for No. 1 between Justin Rose and Brooks Koepka, Rose fired the first shot of 2019, says Len Hochberg, by holding off a star-studded leaderboard to win at Torrey Pines.
Greg Vara analyzes this week's PGA Tour event at Torrey Pines where John Rahm hopes to prove his favorite status is warranted.
Adam Long, who's played in only five previous PGA Tour events, outplayed Phil Mickelson and Adam Hadwin for his first PGA Tour victory.
Matt Kuchar beat up-and-comer Andrew Putnam by four strokes for the win at the Waialae Country Club, his second victory in two months.
Xander Schauffele shot a course-record-tying 11-under 62 Sunday to beat out an elite field and shoot to No. 6 in the world.
Spaniard Jon Rahm’s victory at the Tiger Woods invitation moves him to No. 6 in the world, which gives him some momentum heading into the 2019 season.
Charles Howell III defeats Patrick Rodgers on the second playoff hole to win at Sea Island, which breaks his winless streak and elevates him to No. 61 in the OWGR.
Matt Kuchar’s victory at the El Camaleon Golf Club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, bumps him to No. 29 in the world and insures the fan favorite will be on the Tour for a while longer.
Bryson DeChambeau is up to No. 5 after winning the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, while Justin Rose won the Turkish Airlines Open to return to No. 1 in the world.
Xander Schauffele came from three shots behind to catch Tony Finau and win in Shanghai, while Cameron Champ, the longest hitter on the PGA, won the Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi.
Brooks Koepka ascended to No. 1 in the OWGR by winning the CJ Cup in South Korea by four strokes over red-hot Gary Woodland.