Day 3 Sunday singles: U.S. 6, Europe 6 Overall: U.S. 16 ½, Europe 11 ½ MATCH 17: Lexi Thompson (U.S.) vs. Anna Nordqvist (Europe), halved: Difficult to find words to describe this match. Thompson was 4 down after four holes (and 4 down after nine) then went 8 under in a 7-hole stretch (Nos. 10-16) to take a 1-up lead. Nordqvist hit it stiff on 18 to win the hole and halve the match. MATCH 20: Catriona Matthew (Europe) def. Stacy Lewis (U.S.), 1 up: Another incredible match that, unfortunately, will get lost in the shuffle. Matthew was 3 down after 11 and just calmly plodded her way back for the victory. The Suzann Pettersen replacement compiled a remarkable 3-1 record. MATCH 22: Caroline Masson
Bridgestone Golf has unveiled its latest line of golf balls, with four models in its TOUR B series that replace the company’s popular B330 lines. Throughout the research and development process, Bridgestone proudly notes that it considered data from more than 3 million in-person and online ball fittings to determine how specific characteristics would benefit different players. But Bridgestone also has at its disposal two of the game’s most notorious equipment junkies to push the innovation process forward: Tiger Woods and Bryson DeChambeau. “When we signed Tiger, we didn’t sign him to be on tour and play. We signed him because the way he goes about selecting a product was exactly the way we go
The 2016-17 FedEx Cup Playoffs are finally here, bringing with it mixed emotions as the season comes to a close. On one hand, the playoffs provide excitement as all the game's top names battle it out for season glory and a $10 million bonus. The Northern Trust, formerly known as The Barclays, hosts the first playoff event.