South African Oliver Bekker shot seven birdies for an opening round of 66, taking a one shot lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek Country Club.
Kevin Kisner was clear to Golf Digest: Patrick Reed doesn’t have any friends from his old days at Georgia and Augusta State. Kisner did not hold back.
After 15 years, 12 victories (two of them majors) and more than $44 million in PGA Tour earnings, Zach Johnson is ending his partnership with caddie Damon Green.
Comebacks? Records? Those are nice. But Peter Keating says the 20 most dominant athletes of 2018 made our list by redefining the impossible.
Last year, it may have been easy to dismiss Shubhankar Sharma as a fluke. Now, at the end of a hectic 2018, he is the No.1 player in Asia, and will be awarded the Order of Merit.
Francesco Molinari has been voted the European Tour golfer of the year for 2018, capping a year in which he won his first major title and produced a historic performance at the Ryder Cup.
Patton Kizzire and Brian Harman won the QBE Shootout on Sunday, eagling the par-5 17th and closing with a par for a one-stroke victory over Graeme McDowell and Emiliano Grillo.
Home favourite Louis Oosthuizen romped to a first-ever South African Open title after extending his overnight lead and finishing six shots clear after carding a final round 67 at the Randpark Golf Club on Sunday.
Gary Woodland and Charley Hoffman shot an 8-under 64 in modified alternate-shot play Saturday for a share of the lead in the QBE Shootout. The teams of Emiliano Grillo-Graeme McDowell and Brian Harman-Patton Kizzire are also at 19-under 125.
The teams of Bryson DeChambeau-Kevin Na, Brian Harman-Patton Kizzire and Emiliano Grillo-Graeme McDowell shot 13-under 59 in scramble play Friday to share the first-round lead in the QBE Shootout.