1. Trump Organization, Already Under Indictment, Faces New Criminal Inquiry New York, October 20

    The investigation, by the Westchester County district attorney’s office, increases the legal scrutiny of the former president and his family business.

  2. Taavo Somer Can Make Anything Cool, Even Golf Style, September 30

    The creator of Freemans Sporting Club, who helped define the ye olde aesthetic of the early aughts, opens a country club in the Hudson Valley.

  3. U.S. Routs European Team to Take Back the Ryder Cup Sports, September 26

    Collin Morikawa’s birdie putt on No. 17 secured the half-point the U.S. team needed to clinch its victory against Europe on the way to a 19-9 rout.

  4. Tensions Flare in Ryder Cup as the U.S. Team Takes a Commanding Lead Sports, September 25

    The Americans were calmly overpowering the European side, but then things got testy.

  5. U.S. Ryder Cup Team Seizes Big Lead on a Wild Opening Day Sports, September 24

    The action included some harrowing moments for a couple of golfers, and the gallery included Michael Jordan.

  6. The Oddities That Make the Masters Unique Interactive, April 10

    The Masters Tournament, played annually at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, is one of the South’s grandest spring traditions. It also has its quirks.

  7. Honoring Tiger Woods, in Red and Black Interactive, February 28

    Woods’s signature final-round outfit was seemingly everywhere in the golf world on Sunday.

  8. Tiger Woods Career: Improbable Highs and Devastating Setbacks Interactive, February 24

    Tiger Woods is the greatest golfer of his generation. But his car accident on Tuesday was the latest setback in a career full of them.

  9. Trump’s Taxes Show Chronic Losses and Years of Income Tax Avoidance Interactive, September 27

    The Times obtained Donald Trump’s tax information extending over more than two decades, revealing struggling properties, vast write-offs, an audit battle and hundreds of millions in debt coming due.

  10. Charting an Empire: A Timeline of Trump’s Finances Interactive, September 27

    Tax records provide a detailed history of President Trump’s business career, revealing huge losses, looming financial threats and a large, contested refund fro...

  11. Memorial Tournament: Bud Cauley Makes a Stunning Comeback 1 Year After an Alarming Car Crash Sports, May 31

    Cauley, who has never won on the PGA Tour, is in contention at the Memorial a year after he was badly injured as a passenger in a single-car accident near the tournament site.

  12. Hank Haney Is Suspended From His Radio Show Over Remarks About Women’s Golf Sports, May 30

    Haney said on the show that he couldn’t name even six players on the L.P.G.A. tour and mocked the ethnicity of the sport’s stars from South Korea.

  13. Tiger Woods Shook Up Golf at the Masters. It Might Be Just the Beginning. Sports, April 15

    A favorable schedule could put Woods in position for a serious run at winning all four majors this year, a feat never accomplished in the modern era.

  14. Tiger Woods’s Masters Win Joins the Ranks of Great Sports Comebacks Sports, April 15

    When athletes begin to fade, it’s usually all over. But a select few, including Michael Jordan and Monica Seles, have returned in triumph.

  15. How Do You Know Tiger Woods Is Coming? Listen for the Roar Sports, April 13

    Ropes and security kept the crowds at the Masters in place, but nothing could contain the sound of their cheers when Woods was around. Imagine if he wins.

  16. Tiger Woods, in Range of Masters Win, Displays His Dominance for New Generation Sports, April 13

    Woods is tied for second going into the final round at Augusta National. A win would be something no one thought possible by him as recently as two years ago.

  17. At the Masters, Jason Day Again Finds Pain and Perseverance Sports, April 12

    The Australian has been ridiculed for always being hobbled by some pain or ailment. This time, his back issues helped him sharpen his focus on the way to a share of the lead.

  18. A Pack of Champs Lead the Masters, and Tiger Woods Refuses to Be Tripped Up Sports, April 12

    Five major winners, including Francesco Molinari and Brooks Koepka, are tied at seven under par after the second round. Woods, despite a mishap on the course, is a stroke behind.

  19. A Masters Plastic Cup Is Almost as Treasured as a Green Jacket Sports, April 12

    People do strange things at Augusta National, including sifting through garbage cans in search of soft drink cups adorned with a certain logo.

  20. Tiger Woods Hunts for Another Masters, a Decade After Crash Sports, April 10

    Tiger Woods’s life came apart 10 years ago. Then came surgeries on his back, battles with painkillers. Another green jacket would be nice.

  21. Will Augusta National’s New Event for Women Upstage L.P.G.A. Stars? Sports, April 3

    Augusta National officials have trumpeted their amateur invitational as a grand stage for women’s golf, even though it conflicts with the first major of the year.

  22. Jordan Spieth, ‘Getting Tired’ of His Slump, Misses Another Cut Sports, March 15

    The three-time major winner did not reach the weekend rounds of the Players Championship, and he has missed three cuts in his eight starts this season.

  23. U.S. Women’s Team Takes a Stand as Gender Disparities Remain Widespread Sports, March 8

    A lawsuit from the U.S. Women’s Soccer team just months before the World Cup brought to the fore one of the biggest issues facing sports.

  24. A Chastened Matt Kuchar Tries to Get Back Into the Fairway Sports, February 16

    “Listen, I was stubborn,’’ he said on Saturday. one day after making amends with a caddie he initially shortchanged after winning a tournament.