This Week In Golf: Woods Takes Tour Championship, Rose Wins FedExCupTiger Woods dominated the Tour Championship for his first PGA Tour title in five years, but fell short of the FedExCup, won by Justin Rose.
This Week In Golf: Tour Championship Preview And The Year In ReviewThe PGA Tour's top 30 players play for the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club, and a shot at the FedExCup. Bryson Dechambeau leads the pack into the weekend.
This Week In Golf: Bradley Clips Rose To Win BMW ChampionshipKeegan Bradley beat Justin Rose on the first hole of a playoff to win the BMW Championship and stay alive in the FedExCup Playoffs.
This Week In Golf: DeChambeau Wins Dell Technologies, Leads FedExCupBryson DeChambeau won the Dell Technologies Championship, his second straight win, and controls the FedExCup points standings.
Nick Faldo On The Northern Trust: 'A Bit Of Danger Lurking'CBS Sports' Nick Faldo breaks down the Northern Trust at Ridgewood Country Club, the first round of the 2018 FedExCup Playoffs.
This Week In Golf: Koepka Holds Off Tiger, Wins PGA ChampionshipTiger Woods may have gotten more roars from the crowd, but Brooks Koepka never flinched.
Firestone Country Club South Course ProfileSite of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Firestone Country Club South Course is known for its par-5 16th hole, dubbed 'The Monster.'
This Week In Golf: Molinari Tames Carnoustie In British Open VictoryFrancesco Molinari, at 8-under, won the 2018 British Open at Carnoustie, emerging from a crowd atop the leaderboard on the last day.
British Open Storylines Going Into CarnoustieThe British Open welcomes an accomplished field to Carnoustie for the year's third major. Here's what you need to know.
This Week In Golf: Bubba Watson Flips Script To Win TravelersBubba Watson, two-time Masters champion, won the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands, roaring back from six strokes down.
2018 U.S. Open Leaderboard, UpdatesFollow Round 2 from the U.S. Open. Can players overcome a rough first day at Shinnecock Hills that saw only four players stay under par?
Report: Tiger Woods Docks Yacht, Plans To Stay There During U.S. OpenThe 14-time-major champion has reportedly docked his $20 million, 155-foot yacht in the Hamptons as his place to stay during next week's tournament.