T/golf

  1. Kevin Kisner Holds Off Jordan Spieth to Win the Colonial Sports, Today

    Kisner, 33, earned his second victory on the PGA Tour by shooting a four-under-par 66 to finish one stroke ahead of Spieth, the defending champion, and two others....

  2. With a Presidential Boost, the P.G.A. Comes to Trump National Business, May 26

    The event, the Senior P.G.A. Championship, illustrates the pitfalls associated with a president unwilling to make a clean break with his commercial empire....

  3. Bernhard Langer Leads in Bid for Senior Golf Record Sports, May 25

    Langer, who shot an opening 65 at the Senior P.G.A. Championship, could break Jack Nicklaus’s record of eight senior major victories....

  4. Billy Horschel Prevails in a Playoff to Win the Byron Nelson Sports, May 21

    Jason Day failed to sink a 4-foot par putt on the first playoff hole in Irving, Tex., giving Horschel his fourth victory on the PGA Tour....

  5. Predators Move to Verge of First Stanley Cup Finals Sports, May 20

    The Nashville Predators edged to the cusp of their first Stanley Cup finals with a 3-1 victory over the host Anaheim Ducks in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals....

  6. How a Golf Course Is Reshaping a New Orleans Neighborhood Sports, May 19

    The newly opened South Course at Bayou Oaks and Columbia Parc, a mixed-income development, rose from the ruins of Hurricane Katrina....

  7. United States Is Eliminated From World Hockey Championship Sports, May 19

    The Americans were shut out by Finland, 2-0, in the quarterfinals after six straight victories....

  8. Si Woo Kim, 21, Claims the Players Championship Sports, May 14

    Kim, a South Korean, is the youngest winner of the tournament, which featured 48 of the world’s top 50 players....

  9. Unforgiving Course Inflates Scores at the Players Championship Sports, May 13

    A blustery southern wind brought havoc to the third round at T.P.C. Sawgrass. J. B. Holmes and Kyle Stanley headed into the final round atop the leaderboard....

  10. A Hush Over Punishments on the PGA Tour Leads Only to Whispers Sports, May 13

    The tour has long kept quiet when its players misbehave, favoring secrecy over public penalties. But the modern game requires transparency....

  11. Jon Rahm, Golf’s Next Big Thing, Has Already Arrived Sports, May 12

    A 22-year-old Spaniard by way of Arizona State, Rahm’s meteoric rise has placed him at No. 12 in the Official World Golf Ranking....

  12. Sergio García Shows That a Woman, Not a Green Jacket, Makes the Man Sports, May 11

    The Masters champion found elusive love before ending his winless streak at majors. Since announcing his engagement, he’s up seven spots in the rankings....

  13. FedEx Extends Sponsorship of PGA Tour Through 2027 Sports, May 9

    The renewal means that the tour playoffs, with a structure that is sometimes criticized, are unlikely to change significantly....

  14. John Daly Wins and Soaks in the Glory (and Champagne) Sports, May 8

    Daly, whose last victory was at the 2004 Buick Invitational, claimed his first P.G.A. Tour Champions title on Sunday....

  15. John Daly Wins and Soaks in the Glory (and Champagne) Sports, May 8

    Daly, whose last victory was at the 2004 Buick Invitational, claimed his first P.G.A. Tour Champions title on Sunday....

  16. Predators Advance to Their First Conference Final Sports, May 8

    By ousting the St. Louis Blues in six games, Nashville made team history. Ryan Johansen scored the game-winner early in the third period for the Predators....

  17. Trump Visit Barely Rustles the Hedgerows of Bedminster Metro, May 7

    Eateries saw an uptick in activity and pro- and anti-Trump protesters turned out in modest numbers as the president stopped by his “Camp David North.”...

  18. Chicago’s South Side Golf Courses in Line for a Tiger Woods Upgrade National, May 5

    Some residents worry that an upgrade to these spartan public courses might leave the neighborhood behind, pricing longtime golfers out in the process....

  19. In His Return, Dustin Johnson Is Satisfied With a 70 Sports, May 5

    Johnson, who was knocked out of the Masters by a fall, hit plenty of greens but few putts in the first round of the Wells Fargo Championship....

  20. Ko Wins; Jutanugarns Set Up Sister Showdown in Mexico None, May 4

    Lydia Ko beat home favorite Ana Menendez, and the Jutanugarn sisters set up a second-round showdown in the Lorena Ochoa Match Play....

  21. Johnson Opens With a 70, 4 Shots Out of Lead at Wells Fargo None, May 4

    Dustin Johnson has shown more game than rust in his return to competition for the first time since a freak accident knocked him out of the Masters....

  22. Can Sand Valley Make Wisconsin the Next Golfing Destination? Travel, May 4

    An ambitious new resort evokes the links of Scotland and Ireland, all the while paying homage to an environmental classic that the region inspired....

  23. Dustin Johnson Returns to a Course That Feels Like Augusta None, May 4

    Dustin Johnson was walking the expansive, manicured fairways where the sun filtered through the towering pines. On his first day back to work, it was a reminder of what he missed....

  24. Johnson Eyes Wells Fargo Win and Entry Into Elite Club None, May 3

    World number one Dustin Johnson returns to competitive action at this week's Wells Fargo Championship needing a win to join an elite group that includes some of the game's greatest players....

  25. Tony Romo Will Try to Qualify for the U.S. Open Sports, May 3

    The Dallas Cowboys quarterback will play in an 18-hole qualifier Monday....