1. How Is Chubbs the Alligator These Days? Glad You Asked U.S., October 19

    A longtime fixture at Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Palmetto, Fla., the reptile drew worldwide attention this week after another video of him there went viral.

  2. Ryder Cup 2018: Europe Again Defends Its Soil Against the U.S. Sports, September 30

    With golf’s premier team event back on their continent, the Europeans avenged a 2016 loss in the States and won for the seventh time in the last nine competitions.

  3. In Ryder Cup, Europe Leaves Egos at Door. Those of U.S. Slam the Door. Sports, September 30

    A news conference after another American loss on foreign soil lays bare recriminations that again reflect a team divided.

  4. For Phil Mickelson at Ryder Cup, One Last Chance to Deliver Sports, September 29

    Mickelson was a spectator on Saturday. In Sunday’s singles, the United States will need him to produce.

  5. Europe Widens Lead Over U.S. at the Ryder Cup Sports, September 29

    Europe took a 10-6 lead into Sunday’s singles matches, but Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth won twice to keep the United States close.

  6. What Gives This Ryder Cup ‘the Feel of a Football Game’? Sports, September 28

    The giant grandstand at the first tee of Le Golf National created an atmosphere that was intimidating and invigorating on the opening day.

  7. For Tiger Woods, a Frustrating Morning and an Afternoon Off Sports, September 28

    Woods’s recent success on tour didn’t carry over to the Ryder Cup on Friday. After a loss in the morning, he was a spectator in the afternoon.

  8. Afternoon Rout Gives Europe a 5-3 Lead at the Ryder Cup Sports, September 28

    After the Americans won three of the four morning fourball matches, the Europeans swept the afternoon alternate-shot foursomes.

  9. Rory McIlroy Is the Golfer Who Juggles. Or Is it Vice Versa? Sports, September 28

    At age 29, McIlroy is trying hard to make his life more than just an extension of the golf course. He seems to be succeeding.

  10. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson Look to Conquer Their Joint Jinx Sports, September 27

    For all their experience in the Ryder Cup, neither has sampled victory in the tournament when it is held in Europe. Now comes another chance, starting Friday.

  11. Many Changes in the Ryder Cup Over 25 Years, and the Americans Seek One More Sports, September 27

    Not since 1993 has the United States beaten the European team on its home soil.

  12. Playing Golf Alongside Tiger Woods Feels Different Now Sports, September 27

    Since his comeback, there has been a slight yet perceptible change in the way Woods, 42, deals with other golfers who play in his groups. That may have on effect on the U.S. Ryder Cup team.

  13. The Ryder Cup Is in France, but Where Are the French? Sports, September 26

    There is far from universal awareness for the tournament in the country, but the surprise consolation prize this year will be Tiger Woods.

  14. Players to Watch at the Ryder Cup Sports, September 26

    It’s been a quarter century since the United States last won the Ryder Cup in Europe. Here are some of the golfers who will end, or continue, that drought.

  15. Tom Lehman, Former Ryder Cup Captain, Provides Perspective Sports, September 26

    The important ingredient is talent, of course, but also how to perform within the team.

  16. To Spur Interest, Golf Courses Go Small in France Special Sections, September 26

    Known as compact urban courses, they are short and modest, designed to fit small parcels of land near major population centers and to draw new golfers.

  17. Francesco Molinari Steamrolls Into the Ryder Cup Special Sections, September 26

    Molinari is the top player in the European Ryder Cup rankings, and he is one of the most fearsomely consistent golfers in the world now.

  18. The Old Tiger Woods Is Gone. His Replacement Is Doing Fine. Sports, September 24

    The renewal of Tiger Woods was not only good for him, but good for the sport as well.

  19. Tiger Woods, Golf’s Dominant Force, Hoists a Trophy Once Again Sports, September 23

    Four back operations derailed Woods’s career, but he returned to the PGA Tour this season and at 42 staged one of the more remarkable comebacks in sports history, winning the Tour Championship.

  20. A Cast of Thousands Joins Tiger Woods on His Victory March Sports, September 23

    At the 18th hole, fans were everywhere as Woods walked down the fairway. The chants for him were everywhere, too.

  21. How Tiger Woods Won the Tour Championship, Shot by Shot Sports, September 23

    Woods dominated the Tour Championship, leading by as many as six strokes in the final round. Here’s how he won.

  22. For Tiger Woods at the Tour Championship, the End of a Drought Awaits Sports, September 22

    Woods, who has not won in five years, heads to Sunday’s final round with a three-stroke lead over Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy.