If you've never had a hole-in-one, take heart! Even a former President of the United States had to wait several decades to finally celebrate one of golf's most treasured experiences.
Rory McIlory charged into the 36-hole lead and Tiger Woods survived a disaster to stick around for the weekend.
Tommy Fleetwood and Keegan Bradley lead, but a slew of big-name players are within striking distance — including Tiger Woods.
Harris English just achieved one of the rarest feats in golf: the albatross, which is the term for making a 2 on a par 5.
Making your first ace in a monumental occasion in the life of any golfer. But celebrating the feat with Jack Nicklaus? Instant legend status.
A 20-year-old Tour rookie shot 64 to grab a share of the lead. But a handful of big-name players — including Brooks Kopeka — are just a few strokes back.
Dustin Johnson took the lead in the second round of the WGC-Mexico. You can find a full list of third round tee times here.
Who's the best golfer in the NFL? Philadelphia Eagles WR (and single-digit handicapper) Golden Tate shares his ranking.
In an exclusive Q&A, Chamblee reveals how much he's practicing, which parts of his game need the most work, and why on earth he still has a 15-year-old driver in the bag.