1. Phil Mickelson Wins Duel With Tiger Woods as Pay-Per-View Coverage Sputters Sports, November 23

    Mickelson won on the 22nd hole, and a lot of viewers were able to avoid the $19.99 fee because technical glitches forced one of the providers to offer free online access to the event.

  2. How Tiger and Phil Could Have Made Their Pay-Per-View Match Meaningful Sports, November 23

    The $9 million match on Friday would have included women if the pair had followed through on their stated desire to grow the game. The event might have been more entertaining, too.

  3. Vijay Singh and PGA Tour Settle Suit Over Deer Antler Spray Sports, November 20

    The litigation stemmed from the tour’s investigation of Singh in 2013 over his admission that he used the spray, which was a banned substance.

  4. Lexi Thompson, Thanks to a Puppy’s Love, Caps a Hard Road Back With a Win Sports, November 18

    After an emotionally difficult 2017, Thompson took some time off and found a new, fluffy, five-pound friend. It all paid off in her first LP.G.A.victory in 14 months.

  5. Lexi Thompson Stays in Command of the L.P.G.A.’s CME Group Tour Championship Sports, November 17

    Thompson held a three-stroke lead after the third round of the season-ending event.

  6. Lexi Thompson Takes a 3-Shot Lead at the CME Group Tour Championship Sports, November 16

    At the L.P.G.A.’s season-ending event, Thompson, 23, is seeking her first title of the year.

  7. Swing Doctors? Top L.P.G.A. Players Prefer to Heal Themselves Sports, November 16

    More and more women’s pros are eschewing coaches. The secret, they say, is knowing your own swing.