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Viewers on both side of the pond had to make do with coverage of the PGA Tour Champions as Rory McIlroy and Collin Morikawa battled it out on the front nine in Las Vegas.
The Northern Irishman has revealed a key turning point that meant he decided to play in Las Vegas.
"More than my body, it's my mind that can't take it."
The big cat usually likes to stay fairly quiet on social media but his latest comments have made the golf world excited.
K. H. Lee set himself lofty goals back in 2018 and he achieved one of them at the CJ Cup.
Tiger Woods reportedly cannot stand Ian Poulter, according to PGA Tour coach.
Xander Schauffele is looking forward to returning to the ZOZO Championship in the same nation that he won the Olympic gold medal.
Hideki Matsuyama will get a hero's welcome as the PGA Tour heads to Asia for the first time since 2019.
Rory McIlroy lands his 20th PGA Tour title - but who is his wife Erica Stoll and how did they meet at the Ryder Cup?
Seonghyeon Kim was the victim of a harsh lip out on the 72nd hole at The Summit Club, but his ball eventually fell in the cup.
Rory McIlroy won the top prize in Las Vegas after fighting off the challenges of Collin Morikawa and Rickie Fowler.
Fresh off his 20th PGA Tour victory in Las Vegas at the CJ Cup, the Northern Irishman admitted he was "trying to be somebody else".
With his 20th win, Rory McIlroy has secured a lifetime membership on the PGA Tour.
Rory McIlroy pulled away from the field on the back nine at The Summit Club to secure his 20th win on the PGA Tour.
Matthew Fitzpatrick put in a steady and flawless performance in the last round at Valderrama to pick up his seventh European Tour title.
Rickie Fowler and his wife Allison are expecting the arrival of their baby daughter in the near future.
Rickie Fowler is on the brink of winning on the PGA Tour for the first time since the Waste Management Phoenix Open in 2019.
We are on the eve of a fantastic showdown between Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler at the CJ Cup, but who needs the win more desperately than the other?
Both players are attempting to return to the winners' circle on the PGA Tour.
The Northern Irishman made six birdies in his opening nine holes as he sizzled at The Summit Club shooting a 10-under par 62.
Fans reacted angrily on social media as they had to wait until 10pm to watch the coverage as a host of big names went low.
All eyes are on Keith Mitchell in Las Vegas as he hunts his second victory, but the high rollers are lurking behind him.
This may be the wildest birdie you will see on the PGA Tour this year.
Keith Mitchell fired a second-round score of 64 to lead by five shots in the clubhouse at The Summit Club.