• Casey complicates FedExCup scenarios
    Golf Channel

    Casey complicates FedExCup scenarios

    ATLANTA – A PGA Tour official approached Paul Casey, the 54-hole leader at the Tour Championship, following his Saturday 65 and began running through the various scenarios that could end with him winning the FedExCup. “I said it's all irrelevant if I don't get the job done,” said Casey, who leads Kevin Kisner and Xander Schauffele by two strokes. Casey’s competitive blinders aside, the scenarios that lead to the Englishman hoisting the $10 million check are much more complicated. Casey can win the Tour Championship and be crowned the season-long champion if points-leader Jordan Spieth, who is currently tied for 13th place, finishes fifth or worse. At second on the points list, if Justin Thomas,

  • Peter Malnati becomes first PGA Tour player to speak out on national anthem protests
    Golf Digest

    Peter Malnati becomes first PGA Tour player to speak out on national anthem protests

    The national anthem protests, sparked by Colin Kaepernick's demonstration a year ago, have impelled countless responses from the sporting landscape. However, for the most part, the golf arena has been silent on the issue. But, following President Donald

  • USA Today

    Bernhard Langer leads Kenny Perry by 1 at Pebble Beach

    PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Bernhard Langer birdied the 18th hole at Pebble Beach to salvage an indifferent back nine and move one shot ahead of Kenny Perry after two rounds of the PURE Insurance Championship, putting the German star in position for his fifth victory this year. The 60-year-old Langer was 5 under through eight holes before his momentum stalled. The birdie on No. 18 brought him back to even par on the back nine. He shot 67 and stood at 12-under 131 after his opening-round 64 at Poppy Hills. "I played really solid starting off, hit it close and had a bunch of really good saves, up-and-downs," Langer said. "It wasn't that easy. The greens are not that simple to putt on. Hard to make