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'I looked around, and the tournament was over. I won.' Reliving Tiger's comeback moment

Tiger won't be at the Tour Championship this week after failing to qualify. But the memories of what he did last year live on at East Lake.

Eyes on the $15 million mega-prize: Tour Championship field, standings, faves, odds

Only 30 players are left in the FedEx Cup playoffs. Where do they stand in the new scoring system? Here's all necessary info heading into the Tour Championship.

Commish: Volatility, risk add to FedEx Cup finale

A new staggered strokes-based bonus at the start of the Tour Championship will allow fans and players to have a clearer idea of who is chasing whom for the FedEx Cup title.

Molinari tweet prompted slow play policy change

Italy's Edoardo Molinari's tweets about slow play in golf prompted the European Tour to change its policy on the speed of play, chief executive Keith Pelley has said.

Tiger: Won't play Presidents Cup without buy-in

Tiger Woods said that although the final decision remains his, he won't participate in this year's Presidents Cup as a player unless that is what all involved want.

Howard bringing back golf with assist from Curry

Howard University is bringing back its golf teams for the first time in decades -- with a big assist from NBA star Stephen Curry.

European Tour to attack slow play with new rules

Increased fines and in-round penalty strokes are just some of the new ways the European Tour plans to battle slow play in the 2020 season.

Hall of Fame broadcaster Whitaker dies at 95

Hall of Fame broadcaster Jack Whitaker, who had been the only living play-by-play announcer from the first 21 Super Bowls, died Sunday at age 95.

Ogletree, Augenstein lead U.S. Walker Cup team

U.S. Amateur champion Andy Ogletree and runner-up John Augenstein headline the United States' final seven additions to its Walker Cup team.

Tiger's year will be defined by one week at Augusta National

The rest of his season was a disappointment. But he can look in his closet and see that green jacket. That's all that really matters.

Some big names missing, but still big money ahead at Tour Championship

Tiger, Phil and Jordan will not be at the Tour Championship this week, but that doesn't change the bottom line: The winner still gets $15 million.

Champions: Monday qualifier Barron takes win

Doug Barron became the 13th Monday qualifier, and the first since 2012, to win a PGA Tour Champions event on Sunday when he beat Fred Couples by two strokes in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.

Tiger outside of automatic 8 for Presidents Cup

Neither U.S. team captain and Masters winner Tiger Woods nor U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland qualified for one of the eight automatic spots on the United States team that was determined at the end of the BMW Championship.

Ogletree beats Augenstein in U.S. Amateur final

Andy Ogletree won the U.S. Amateur on Sunday, rallying to beat John Augenstein 2 and 1. Ogletree was 4 down early in the morning round of the 36-hole final before rallying.

Thomas takes BMW, Tour Championship top seed

Justin Thomas wins the BMW Championship and claims the No. 1 seed going into the FedEx Cup finale.

Tiger fails to qualify for Tour Championship

Tiger Woods didn't qualify for the season-ending Tour Championship on Sunday, but he took solace in the fact that he won his 15th major when he captured the Masters for the fifth time earlier this season.