Len Hochberg details Tyrrell Hatton’s victory at Bay Hill, where, under difficult conditions, Hatton beat out a strong field to move to 22nd in the OWGR.
Twenty-one-year-old Sungjae Im won his first PGA tour event Sunday, shooting a 4 under 66 to grab the win by one stroke over Mackenzie Hughes.
Len Hochberg describes Patrick Reed’s smart and steady play to win over current and former top-five golfers by one stroke on Sunday at Chapultepec.
In his first start of 2020, Adam Scott was victorious at Riviera golf course Sunday, which moves him to No. 7 in the world.
Nick Taylor won his second tournament in 160 starts and jumps to 101st in the OWGR with the victory over Kevin Streelman, Phil Mickelson and Jason Day.
Webb Simpson caught Tony Finau on the 72nd hole then beat him in on the first playoff hole to deny Finau his first big career win.
Marc Leishman came from four shots off the lead with an incredible display on the greens, to win the Farmers Insurance Open Sunday by one stroke over Jon Rahm.
Len Hochberg breaks down the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, where 46-year-old Lee Westwood was victorious; the Singapore Open, won by Matt Kuchar; and the American Express, won by Andrew Landry.
Cameron Smith birdied the 18th hole at Waialae Country Club to force a playoff with Brendan Steele, then parred the first extra hole to capture the Sony Open.
Justin Thomas was the last man standing in a three-way playoff, winning on the third playoff hole at Kapalua in Hawaii.
Trailing by one stroke, Henrik Stenson eagled the par-5 15th hole at Albany Golf Course in the Bahamas, which ultimately led to his first victory in more than two years.
Len Hochberg wraps up the 2019 golf year with a look at the weekend winners from the PGA Tour and European Tour. Jon Rahm and Tyler Duncan couldn't be more different.
On Sunday in Sun City, South Africa, Tommy Fleetwood came from six shots off the lead to start the final round to capture the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
In a riveting duel in Shanghai, McIlroy defeated Xander Schauffele on the first playoff hole, adding to remarkable run this year, which moved him to within shouting distance of world No. 1.
Tiger Woods closed out the inaugural Zozo Championship in Chiba, Japan, while fending off native son Hideki Matsuyama by three strokes.
Justin Thomas achieved his second victory in two months and has now finished no worse than top-12 in his past eight worldwide starts and is up to No. 4 in the world.
Lanto Griffin won the Houston Open, his first PGA tournament victory, in what was the weakest field in a non-opposite-field event on the PGA Tour in about five years,
Len Hochberg wraps up the weekend's Shriners Open where Kevin Na took down Patrick Cantlay in a playoff for his third win in 16 months.
Cameron Champ won the Safeway Open at Silverado Resort in Napa, California, showcasing his impressive skills and dedicating the win to his ailing grandfather.
Len Hochberg breaks down the BMW PGA Championship, which brought about a career revival for Danny Willett, as well as the Sanderson Farms Championship, with first time winner Sebastian Munoz.
Joaquin Niemann registered a six-stroke victory at the Greenbrier to become the first Chilean to win a PGA Tour event.
Len Hochberg recaps Roy McIlroy’s win over Brooks Koepka at the Tour Championship and looks back at the season for some of the top golfers.
Len Hochberg discusses Justin Thomas’ three-stroke victory over Patrick Cantlay and dives into the new scoring system of the Tour Championship.
Patrick Reed won for the first time since Augusta last year and vaulted from 50th in the point standings to second, behind only Brooks Koepka, and to 15th in the world rankings.
North Carolina native J.T. Poston turned a flawless four days of golf into his first PGA Tour victory, beating out heavily favored Webb Simpson by one stroke.
Brooks Koepka won his first World Golf Championship by three shots over runner-up Webb Simpson and remains comfortably No. 1 in the world.
Len Hochberg describes a historic Open Championship, which was held in Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years and claimed Shane Lowry as the victor.
Len Hochberg reviews both the John Deere Classic, won by Dylan Frittelli, and the Scottish Open, won by Bernd Wiesberger, in anticipation of this week’s Open Championship.
Twenty-year-old Matthew Wolff held off a charge from Bryson DeChambeau to win the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities to win the tournament in only his fourth start on the PGA Tour.
Len Hochberg describes Nate Lashley’s six-shot win in what is only his 33rd PGA Tour event, after years in which Lashley played golf poorly or not at all.