1. All About the Deep-Pocketed Saudi Wealth Fund That Rocked Golf World, June 8

    The secretive $700 billion investment fund has set its sights on tourism, job creation, private equity and, now, golf.

  2. Golf’s Antitrust Problem Just Got Bigger Opinion, June 7

    Regulators were scrutinizing the PGA Tour even before its merger with its Saudi-funded competitor.

  3. Biden’s Age, and His Achievements Opinion, June 7

    Readers discuss President Biden’s age and his accomplishments. Also: The PGA-LIV golf merger; self-policing in Brooklyn.

  4. Backing Saudi Deal, McIlroy Reprises His Role as PGA Tour’s Backstop Sports, June 7

    McIlroy, however, reiterated his lingering opposition to LIV Golf, saying: “I hate LIV. Like, I hope it goes away.”

  5. Saudi Arabia Relishes a Triumph That Transcends Sports World, June 7

    The deal to merge LIV Golf with the PGA Tour is a big win for the oil-rich kingdom, headlining a banner week that also includes a visit from the American secretary of state.

  6. Saudi Arabia’s Golf Deal Bolsters Its Geopolitical Ambitions Business, June 7

    An agreement to merge LIV Golf with the PGA Tour is the latest step in the kingdom’s push to become a global force beyond oil.

  7. A Stunning Merger Angers Athletes Briefing, June 7

    A professional golf merger is a victory for Saudi Arabia and another sign that money can overwhelm almost any other force in sports.

  8. Today’s Top News: The PGA Tour’s Shocking Merger With LIV Golf, and More Podcasts, June 7

    Exclusively from New York Times Audio, our new app.

  9. The Merger of LIV Golf and the PGA Tour: Here’s What to Know Sports, June 7

    The announced deal to dramatically change golf is far from complete.

  10. LIV Golf Joins a Club That Will Have It as a Member Sports, June 7

    The PGA Tour’s merger with LIV is the perfect union of the tour’s lack of principle and LIV’s paucity of character.

  11. PGA Tour and LIV Golf Agree to Alliance, Ending Golf’s Bitter Fight Sports, June 7

    In a stunning announcement, the tour, along with the DP World Tour and Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, said the rivals had agreed to create a “new, collectively owned, for-profit entity.”

  12. Through Ties to Saudis, Golf Deal Promises Benefits to Trump U.S., June 6

    The new alliance between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf is the latest example of how the former president’s relationship with Saudi Arabia has yielded gains, and criticism, for both.

  13. The June 6 Pga Liv Golf Merger live blog included 11 standalone posts:
  14. Your Wednesday Briefing: A Dam Destroyed in Ukraine Briefing, June 6

    Also, a victory for the Saudi-backed golf tour.

  15. PGA Tour and LIV Golf Agree to Merger Sports, June 6

    In a stunning announcement, the tour, along with the DP World Tour and Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, said the rivals had agreed to create a “new, collectively owned, for-profit entity.”

  16. Stanford Golf Star Rose Zhang Is Ready for Her Professional Debut Sports, May 30

    Zhang’s career is likely to become a case study in athletic development, long-range planning and skillful marketing, now that college athletes are allowed to make money.

  17. LIV Golf Wants to Talk About Sports. Donald Trump Still Looms. Sports, May 25

    Whether LIV can outrun Trump’s shadow, and whether it even wants to, could do much to shape how the league is perceived in the years ahead, particularly in the United States.

  18. The Sports to Watch This Weekend Interactive, May 25

    The Indy 500 and Monaco Grand Prix will excite racing fans, while European soccer clubs will face their big moments.

  19. Michael Block’s Incredible P.G.A. Championship Adventure Sports, May 21

    Block, a club pro from Arroyo Trabuco, shot par in each of the first three rounds and on Sunday was paired with Rory McIlroy. He thought it couldn’t get better. Then he got a hole in one.

  20. Koepka Wins P.G.A. Championship, Vanquishing Demons and Boosting LIV Sports, May 21

    Koepka claimed his fifth major championship when he outlasted a swarm of stars on Sunday at Oak Hill Country Club near Rochester, N.Y.

  21. Putting the ‘Oak’ — More Than 40,000 of Them — in Oak Hill Sports, May 21

    Over 40 years, Dr. John R. Williams nurtured thousands of acorns, including some from Sherwood Forest and George Washington’s estate, into towering oak trees. His obsession had a singular goal: Transform the grounds of this year’s P.G.A. Champions...

  22. At a Soaked P.G.A. Championship, Backward Ball Caps and the Umbrella Dance Sports, May 21

    Driving rain on Saturday at the P.G.A. Championship forced some golfers to buck the usual country club sartorial norms in order to keep the water out of their eyes.

  23. Brooks Koepka Surges to the Lead at P.G.A. Championship Sports, May 21

    After his second consecutive four-under-par 66, the LIV golfer Koepka will be in the final pairing on Sunday at Oak Hill Country Club.

  24. An Eye on the Sky Fine-Tunes the Golf Tournament Below Sports, May 20

    Few professional sports scrutinize weather forecasts like golf. The P.G.A. Championship, played in meteorologically challenging western New York, has been a test.

  25. Scheffler, Hovland and Conners Share the Lead at P.G.A. Championship Sports, May 20

    Jordan Spieth, who needs a victory at Oak Hill to complete the career Grand Slam, and Justin Thomas, who won last year’s tournament, just made the cut at five over.

  26. Bryson DeChambeau Rediscovers His Groove at the P.G.A. Championship Sports, May 18

    It’s only one round, but DeChambeau, the once hard-swinging golfer who has struggled of late, shot a four-under-par 66 at Oak Hill Country Club.

  27. Ferocious Oak Hill Daunts P.G.A. Championship Field, With More to Come Sports, May 18

    Birdies were at a premium for many of the 156 golfers vying for the Wanamaker Trophy at Oak Hill Country Club during the first round of the major tournament on Thursday.

  28. Corporate America Faces a Bankruptcy Boom Business, May 18

    New data shows that 2023 is shaping up to be the biggest year for Chapter 11 filings in more than a decade.

  29. Judge Rules for Tiger Woods in Secrecy Battle With Former Girlfriend Sports, May 18

    The dispute in a Florida court focused on whether Erica Herman’s claims against the golf star could be heard publicly or only through arbitration.

  30. Mickelson Among Players Interviewed in Antitrust Inquiry Into Pro Golf Sports, May 17

    The Justice Department met with PGA Tour lawyers this week, but a timeline for the completion of its review is unclear.

  31. How Oak Hill Was Returned to Its Roots Sports, May 17

    The course near Rochester, N.Y., will host the P.G.A. Championship for the first time in a decade. In the interim, a restoration took place to bring the course back toward Donald J. Ross’s original design.

  32. Marlene Bauer Hagge, Last of the L.P.G.A.’s Founders, Dies at 89 Obits, May 17

    Emerging on the national scene at 13, she went on to win 26 pro tournaments, including the 1956 L.P.G.A. Championship. She and 12 other women started the league.

  33. Meet the Pro Athlete Who Is Thrilled to Be in His 50s Sports, May 17

    Steven Alker’s golf career was largely unremarkable. Then he joined the senior circuit and won so big that he’ll play his debut P.G.A. Championship.

  34. After Mishap-Laden Masters, McIlroy Seeks a Sharper Swing and a Clearer Mind Sports, May 16

    Rory McIlroy has had a stretch to forget. At this week’s P.G.A. Championship, he is looking to fix small troubles in his swing.

  35. Jack Nicklaus Would Like a Word Sports, May 16

    The 18-time major winner talked with The Times near the 60th anniversary of his first P.G.A. Championship victory. The event is returning to Oak Hill, where Nicklaus earned his last P.G.A. title.

  36. At the P.G.A. Championship, Justin Thomas Looks for Last Year’s Magic Sports, May 15

    The defending champion comes to Oak Hill without finishing first in any of the 20 events he has entered since claiming his second career major victory in 2022.

  37. The Sports to Watch This Weekend Interactive, May 11

    Premier League soccer teams will fight to avoid relegation, while the X.F.L. will crown a champion.

  38. Your Thursday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, June 9

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  39. Who Gets to Tell the Story? Views Differ. Letters, May 1

    Readers respond to Pamela Paul’s first column, about “lived experience.” Also: Those who golf; women’s office clothing.