|Golf Tidbits: Can Haas keep the momentum?
Bill Haas has consistently won on the PGA Tour with six titles over the last six years, with two wins in the 2010 season.
|This Week in Golf -- Jan. 28-Feb. 1
The par-3 16th is far and away the most raucous hole in golf, and it was never louder than when Woods aced the hole in 1997. Woods raised the roof as beers and debris showered down on the tee box.
|Haas improves to 23rd in world rankings
Bill Haas won the Humana Challenge for a second time on Sunday and that helped him return to the top-25 in the world rankings.
|Golf analyst Oosterhuis to retire after 20 years
(SportsNetwork.com) - Peter Oosterhuis announced his retirement from broadcasting on Friday after 20 years as a golf analyst for CBS Sports and Golf Channel.
|Allenby withdraws from Humana
Days after being beaten and robbed, Robert Allenby announced on Tuesday that he has withdrawn from this week's Humana Challenge.
|Golf Tidbits: How will Kaymer rebound this time?
A week ago, we wondered how Jimmy Walker would rebound from his stunning collapse. This week, you can ask Martin Kaymer the same question?
|This Week in Golf -- Jan. 21-25
Last year, Reed carded a final-round, 1-under 71 and he was able to hold off a surging Ryan Palmer (63) and win by two shots at 28-under-par 260. The victory was one of two wins for Reed last year. He also hoisted the trophy at the WGC - Cadillac Championship in March.
|Walker jumps to No. 13 in world rankings
Jimmy Walker ran away with his fourth career PGA Tour victory at the Sony Open in Hawaii Sunday, a win that has vaulted him up to No. 13 in the world rankings.
|Dominguez clinches Latin America Amateur title
Matias Dominguez carded a final- round, 1-under 71 on Sunday and he went on to win the Latin America Amateur Championship by one shot.
|Report: Golfer Allenby kidnapped, beaten, robbed
The caddie for Robert Allenby says the golfer was beaten and robbed after being kidnapped from a wine bar near Waikiki, Hawaii, on Friday night.