|BMW Championship headed to Aronimink in 2018
The 2018 BMW Championship will be played at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, tournament officials announced on Wednesday.
|Love named Presidents Cup assistant
United States captain Jay Haas named Davis Love III as one of his captain's assistants for the 2015 Presidents Cup, it was announced on Wednesday.
|Golf Tidbits: Tinkering never ends for Harrington
The golf game is a fickle one and the golf swing is the same. Like fingerprints, no two players have the same swing.
|WGC-Match Play to move to Austin in 2016
The International Federation of PGA Tours announced on Tuesday that the World Golf Championships-Match Play event will be moved to Austin, Texas, in 2016.
|Olsen's claims about Woods refuted, retracted
Dan Olsen, a onetime PGA Tour member, stated in a radio interview on Friday that Tiger Woods is serving a one-month suspension and is not injured. Olsen backtracked on that statement on Monday.
|Harrington skyrockets up world rankings
Padraig Harrington picked up a playoff victory over Daniel Berger on Monday at the PGA Tour's Honda Classic and that helped the Irishman soar up the world rankings.
|Ko extends lead atop world ranking
Lydia Ko won for the second straight week and she extended her lead atop the women's world rankings.
|This Week in Golf -- March 5-8
Patrick Reed dropped four strokes in a three-hole span on the back nine at PGA National on Monday to cost himself the win, or at least a spot in the playoff at the Honda Classic.
|Kempter tops Lopez in Symetra playoff
Katie Kempter parred the second playoff hole on Sunday to defeat Lee Lopez and win the Volvik Championship.
|Ko rolls to 4-shot win in New Zealand
World No. 1 Lydia Ko cruised to a 4-stroke win at the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open on Sunday.