Often referred to as the “fifth major,” THE PLAYERS Championship tees off this week from the famous TPC Sawgrass. Get all the tournament info you need here.
Despite a dominating Masters and season, Jordan Spieth is not the early favorite for the U.S. Open – it’s world’s No. 1 Rory McIlroy. Click here for the odds.
The WGC Match Play Championship gets started Wednesday with the top 64 golfers in the world. Click here for the groups, pairings, tee times and TV info.
Jim Furyk used a 12-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to win the RBC Heritage, his first victory since 2010. Click here for the scores and leaderboard.
Jordan Spieth rebounded from a rough first round to post a 9-under 62 Friday in the RBC Heritage. Click here for more on the Masters winner’s day.
The RBC Heritage is next on the PGA Tour schedule from Hilton Head, South Carolina. If you can’t be in front of a TV, there are other ways to watch.
Fresh off his Masters victory, Jordan Spieth is set get to back in the tee box with this weekend’s RBC Heritage. Get all the tournament info you need here.
Masters champion Jordan Spieth has had a busy week of interviews and appearances after his historic win. But he’s finding time to play in the RBC Heritage.
When you win the Masters, everybody wants a piece of you. Jordan Spieth is finding that out. First stop: The Late Show With David Letterman. Check out the clip.
With a Masters victory, Jordan Spieth moved up the World Golf Rankings. But was he able to knock Rory McIlroy out of the top spot?
The next major on the golf schedule is the U.S. Open, set for June 18-21 at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington. Click here to find the early odds.
Jordan Spieth’s wire-to-wire win cemented him in Masters history and the record-setting 7-figure winners share fattened his wallet. Find out how much he won.
Decked out in Under Armour garb and equipped with a bag full of Titleists, Jordan Spieth captured the Masters championship with a wire-to-wire win on Sunday.
Masters winner Jordan Spieth has a strong family support system and considers his sister Ellie, who is special needs, his hero.
With a dominating, wire-to-wire performance, Jordan Spieth won the 79th Masters with a tournament-tying score of 18-under 270. Check out the victory pictures here.