• Dustin Johnson withdraws from Houston Open

    HUMBLE, Texas (AP) — Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from the Shell Houston Open to rest from his five-day victory in Match Play.

  • Day wants to play Masters, depending on mother’s prognosis

    AVONDALE, La. (AP) — PGA Tour star Jason Day says he expects to travel to Augusta, Georgia on Friday to start practicing for the Masters, but could pull still out of the season’s first major, depending on his mother’s prognosis following surgery for lung cancer last week.

  • Johnson wins Match Play to sweep World Golf Championships

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Dustin Johnson became the first player to sweep the World Golf Championships with a dominant week that included more drama that he needed in the Dell Technologies Match Play.

  • D.A. Points wins Puerto Rico for 3rd PGA Tour title

    RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico (AP) — D.A. Points started with five straight birdies and closed with a 6-under 66 to win the Puerto Rico Open on Sunday for his third PGA Tour title.

  • Stroud takes 1-shot lead in Puerto Rico

    RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico (AP) — Chris Stroud has gone 276 tournaments over the better part of a decade trying to win on the PGA Tour. A birdie on the final hole Saturday in the Puerto Rico Open gave him his first 54-hole lead, and he hopes his experience will keep him calm.

  • A short week for McIlroy on long road to Masters

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Rory McIlroy rarely has played so well and had so little to show for it.

  • Big wind and wild outcomes at Match Play

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Soren Kjeldsen and Alex Noren won their groups in the Dell Technologies Match Play, one round before group play is even finished.

  • McIlroy, Spieth facing elimination at Match Play

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth face what could amount to elimination day at the Dell Technologies Match Play.

  • A rough, emotional day for top seeds at Match Play

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Defending champion Jason Day lasted only six holes at the Dell Technologies Match Play until a heavy heart forced an early departure.

  • Mickelson says he won’t be called as witness in trial

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — While his name has been mentioned as a pivotal figure in a federal insider trading criminal trial, Phil Mickelson shrugged off any hint that will be hanging over him this week or in the run up to The Masters next month — both with his play and his comments.