An Absent Friend Casts a Shadow Over a Rookie’s Tour Milestone

Patrick Cantlay reached the PGA Tour’s season finale but will be there without his friend and former caddie Chris Roth, who was killed by a hit-and-run driver last year.

Patrick Cantlay reached the PGA Tour’s season finale but will be there without his friend and former caddie Chris Roth, who was killed by a hit-and-run driver last year.

Keegan Bradley, Stuck in a Title Drought, Seeks to Extend His Season

Bradley, the 2011 P.G.A. Championship winner, opened the BMW Championship on Thursday with a 65, and needs a good finish to advance to next week’s Tour Championship in Atlanta.

Bradley, the 2011 P.G.A. Championship winner, opened the BMW Championship on Thursday with a 65, and needs a good finish to advance to next week’s Tour Championship in Atlanta.

On Golf: A Generation Driven to Win, but Practiced in Camaraderie

The PGA Tour’s millennials demonstrate that just because they are competing against one another does not mean they cannot be friends afterward.

The PGA Tour’s millennials demonstrate that just because they are competing against one another does not mean they cannot be friends afterward.

Hideki Matsuyama Trips in Pursuit of a Breakthrough at the P.G.A. Championship

Matsuyama, trying to become the first Japanese golfer to win a men’s major, admitted that pressure played a role in his play as he slipped into a tie for second.

Matsuyama, trying to become the first Japanese golfer to win a men’s major, admitted that pressure played a role in his play as he slipped into a tie for second.

On Golf: Revisions to PGA Tour’s Calendar Don’t Address a Nagging Concern

The dates of the P.G.A. Championship and the Players Championship will change, but professional golfers’ desire for an off-season was conspicuously ignored.

The dates of the P.G.A. Championship and the Players Championship will change, but professional golfers’ desire for an off-season was conspicuously ignored.