Matt Kuchar tees off on the 13th hole at the U.S. Open in Pebble Beach, California
Matt Kuchar tees off on the 13th hole in the second round of the U.S. Open in Pebble Beach, California on June 18, 2010. UPI/Terry Schmitt
Sergio Garcia grabbed the lead with five straight birdies Friday and finished the round a shot in front of Tiger Woods midway through The Players Championship.
Roberto Castro became the surprise leader in record-equaling fashion Thursday and Tiger Woods joined Rory McIlroy near the top at The Players Championship.
First-time PGA winner Derek Ernst rockets up the men's golf rankings and back-to-back European Tour winner Brett Rumford is back in the Top 100 as of Monday.
Billy Horschel won his first PGA title and Brett Rumford claimed a European Tour win for the first time in five years and both jump in the world golf rankings.
Graeme McDowell's playoff victory at the RBC Heritage in South Carolina allowed him to return to the Top 10 in the men's world golf rankings.
Adam Scott picked up his first major tournament title in a playoff at the Masters, which boosted him to No. 3 in the men's world golf rankings.
Angel Cabrera and Brandt Snedeker each fired a round of 3-under-par 69 Saturday, forging a two-way tie for the lead after 54 holes of the 77th Masters.
Jason Day emerged from an afternoon of golfing misfortune Friday, including a very bad break suffered by Tiger Woods, to take a one-shot lead at the Masters.
Sergio Garcia, having grown into a sometimes disgruntled veteran still looking for a major title, shared the lead Thursday after one round of the Masters.
Martin Laird's victory at the Texas Open moved him up 61 places to No. 56 in the men's world golf rankings.