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The latest video on the Golf Rules Questions has caused a disagreement between golf fans in the comments.
After correctly predicting Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman to win the Zurich Classic last week, we're back with our betting tips for the next PGA Tour event.
The PGA of America confirmed that Rickie Fowler and John Catlin have been awarded invitations to this year's PGA Championship.
Four players have been forced to withdraw from this week's PGA Tour event after testing positive for Covid.
Callaway Golf challenged its Tour players to see who could hit an 8-iron the highest and it was no surprise to see Phil Mickelson come out on top.
Michael Visacki couldn't hold back the tears as he called his father to tell him he has qualified for this week's Valspar Championship.
Golf legend Fred Couples took to social media to have his say on the PGA Tour's new bonus system.
The Instagram star also suggested that content creators like herself should get more recognition from the PGA Tour.
It seems this toddler isn't a big Matt Wallace fan, after she forced the Englishman to step away from his shot at the Zurich Classic.
The Australian pair of Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman claimed the Zurich Classic after a dramatic final round at TPC Louisiana.
Take a look at what clubs the Australian duo had in their bag as they won the Zurich Classic on the PGA Tour.
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Former Masters winner Adam Scott has chosen not to play in the Tokyo Olympics this summer.
Team 'Send It' are one shot back at the Zurich Classic at TPC Louisiana and both players put on an impressive driving display.
Tony Finau is currently ranked 30th in driving distance but he is confident he is the longest hitter on the PGA Tour.
Marc Leishman made sure his partner for this week's Zurich Classic had the perfect walk-out song.
The World No.3 thinks the PGA Tour's new Player Impact Program is good for the game.
Billy Horschel is looking to take part in what would be his first ever Ryder Cup in September at Whistling Straits.
The Open returns later this year at Royal St George's and Justin Rose can't wait to tee it up in front of an English crowd.
American duo Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay say they were not made aware of the Player Impact Program, despite the PGA Tour suggesting they informed players in January.
The new bonus system will see $40 million dollars split between 10 players at the end of the year, with the No.1 player taking home $8 million.
California residents will be required to show proof of vaccination at least 14 days before the event or a negative test, while those visiting from outside the state must be vaccinated.
Take a look at our top three bets for this week's team event on the PGA Tour, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.