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Patrick Reed's struggled since his 'top 5 player' comment. Appears to all be behind the man with the 54-hole lead at Congressional.
Michelle Wie is the most recent golfer to take part in the ice bucket challenge ... and takes a friendly jab at Keegan Bradley along the way.
Ian Poulter's had a pretty nice little Saturday.
After two days of being paired with Tiger Woods under the most intense scrutiny (non-major division), Jordan Spieth was grateful for a little stress-free golf.
Ben Martin kicked his round off in style Saturday at the Quicken Loans National.
Some holes-in-one are better than others. Peter Hanson proved that Saturday when he holed a 4-iron from 222 yards out at the difficult par-3 second hole at Congressional.
The Europeans turned an otherwise close contest into a blowout Saturday, routing the Americans on the final day at Walton Heath to claim the Palmer Cup.
With the help of her fellow Razorbacks in the crowd, Stacy Lewis fired a 65 to win the NW Arkansas Championship. Scores
A top-12 finish at this week's Quicken Loans National could earn up to four players an invite to the Open Championship.
BETHESDA, Md. – Patrick Reed. Remember him? After two rounds at the Quicken Loans National, Reed (68-68) is in a four-way tie for the lead at 6 under par with Marc Leishman, Oliver Goss and Ricky Barnes. Since Reed won the WGC-Cadillac Championship in March and subsequently made that infamous comment about believing he was a top-five player in the world, he has not played well. In eight events since that day at Doral, Reed has missed five cuts (including last week at the Travelers Championship) and his best finish is a 35th-place tie at the U.S. Open.
Friday at Congressional featured two surprise developments for Tiger Woods.
Yes, Tiger Woods missed the cut by a mile. But this week was never about his score. It was about his back, and it held up fine.
After her major breakthrough, Michelle Wie picked up right where she left off with a 5-under 66 to open the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.
Tiger Woods missed the cut by four shots at the Quicken Loans National, but deemed his 36-hole performance “encouraging.”
Tiger Woods missed the cut at Congressional, but the numbers show just what a rarity it is for Woods to sit out the weekend on the PGA Tour.
Tiger Woods didn't last more than 36 holes in his return to competition. He shot a 4-over 75 and missed the cut by four shots.
Patrick Reed used a late surge to grab a share of the lead at Congressional as he eyes his third win of the PGA Tour season.
Tiger Woods appears to be headed for an early exit at Congressional after playing his first nine holes Friday in 2-over 38.
Two Aussies topped the Quicken Loans National leaderboard midway through the second round. One is already a PGA Tour winner, the other is playing in his second tournament as a professional.
Paula Creamer withdrew from the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Friday citing a thumb injury.