- PGA Tour presents packed 2016 schedule in Olympic year Updated: Jul-30-15 6:00 pm
Jordan Spieth might have no choice but to miss the John Deere Classic next year. It's the same week as the Olympics.
- Dawson beats Langer and Montgomerie to Senior Open title Updated: Jul-26-15 3:45 pm
SUNNINGDALE, England - American Marco Dawson held off the twin challenge of super stars Bernhard Langer and Colin Montgomerie over the final nine holes to claim victory in a thrilling climax to the Senior British Open Championship on Sunday.
- Tom Watson looks for 4th title at Senior British Open Updated: Jul-22-15 4:28 pm
SUNNINGDALE, England - Less than a week after his emotional farewell to the British Open at St. Andrews, Tom Watson is going for a record fourth title in the Senior British Open on the Old Course at Sunningdale.
- Slam gone, Spieth gears up for the next major Updated: Jul-21-15 3:23 am
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Jordan Spieth headed home from a grueling week at the British Open with history on his mind and another major in his future.
- Column: Spieth no loser despite coming up short in Open Updated: Jul-20-15 4:20 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - When it was over, Jordan Spieth stood off the 18th green and applauded the fans who had spent much of their day applauding him.
- The Latest: Johnson, Leishman tied for lead at British Open Updated: Jul-20-15 1:12 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The Latest from the 144th British Open on the Old Course at St. Andrews (all times local):
- Day ready to seize latest chance to win 1st major Updated: Jul-19-15 4:39 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Jason Day is tied for the lead after 54 holes of a major.
- An amateur in lead at British Open, another not far behind Updated: Jul-19-15 4:05 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Irish amateur Paul Dunne knows he is good enough to post low scores on the Old Course at St. Andrews. Had this been an amateur tournament, he would not at all be surprised to be leading after three rounds.
- Dustin Johnson still hasn't learned how to finish a major Updated: Jul-19-15 4:03 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Dustin Johnson began the third round of the British Open as the leader, having impressed everyone with the way he shook off that stunning loss at Chambers Bay.
- Harrington in contention after lowest round at British Open Updated: Jul-19-15 1:54 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - As Padraig Harrington prepared to take his tee shot on the 18th hole, he felt too warm and badly wanted to remove his sweater.
- Aussie Leishman comes up short of record, but that's OK Updated: Jul-19-15 12:19 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Marc Leishman was thinking about a record.
- Perfect storm hits Old Course at St. Andrews Updated: Jul-18-15 6:17 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - British Open officials found themselves in the perfect storm amid the storms that hit the Old Course at St. Andrews.
- Bad weather, bad golf: Tiger Woods misses another major cut Updated: Jul-18-15 4:19 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Tiger Woods at least enjoyed that familiar walk over the Swilcan Bridge and up the 18th fairway Saturday at St. Andrews, the gray old town in the background and a crowd six deep lining the road and watching from windows.
- Wind stops play and wreaks havoc on St. Andrews Updated: Jul-18-15 8:59 am
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The British Open was stopped just 32 minutes after it resumed Saturday morning when gusts of up to 40 mph (64 kph) blew golf balls across the green and contributed to Dustin Johnson making bogey to fall into a share of the lead.
- IOC president wants good competition from best golfers Updated: Jul-18-15 8:44 am
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The president of the IOC says golf doesn't have to put on a spectacular show in its return to the Olympics after a 112-year absence except to have good competition among a wide range of the best players in the world.
- Emotional Faldo savors 1 last ride at St Andrews Updated: Jul-17-15 5:47 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Nick Faldo strode onto the famed Swilcan Bridge, turned to face the applauding galleries and a phalanx of photographers, and thrust both his arms toward the sunny skies over St. Andrews.
- Vicar's son Willett takes surprise lead in British Open Updated: Jul-17-15 5:41 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - One of the many text messages that Danny Willett received after his second round at the British Open came from his mother. She wrote: "Well done, you've made the cut."
- Column: Adam Scott still annoyed by the Open that got away Updated: Jul-17-15 3:56 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Adam Scott should be over it by now.
- Key hole in British Open Updated: Jul-16-15 5:07 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - A look at the key hole in the first round of the British Open:
- Golf's other Jordan makes strong start at British Open Updated: Jul-16-15 1:13 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Turns out there's another 21-year-old American called Jordan to watch out for at the British Open.
- Tom Watson: 'The only regret I have is that it's the end' Updated: Jul-15-15 2:36 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Tom Watson is filled with all sorts of conflicting emotions.
- Tom Watson says 2016 Masters will be his Augusta finale Updated: Jul-15-15 1:27 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Tom Watson says the 2016 Masters will be his final tournament at Augusta National.
- The Open comes back to its roots in a golf town and more Updated: Jul-15-15 12:02 pm
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Teachers led a gaggle of preschoolers in bright yellow slickers through the rain Wednesday on a field trip that had nothing to do with the golf about to take place just a well struck 3-wood away.
- AP WAS THERE: 43 years ago, Trevino ends a Grand Slam dream Updated: Jul-15-15 11:24 am
EDITOR'S NOTE: Jack Nicklaus had never trailed in any round on his way to winning the Masters and U.S. Open in 1972, and the British Open was played that year at Muirfield, where Nicklaus had won his first claret jug six years earlier. He woke up Monday morning of Open week with a stiff neck, which restricted his swing. Playing cautiously, he stayed in range of the leaders until Lee Trevino pulled away to a five-shot lead in the third round.
- British Open waits on Turnberry call after Trump remarks Updated: Jul-15-15 7:24 am
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - British Open organizers are biding their time before deciding whether Turnberry should be removed from the championship rotation following comments by the course's owner, Donald Trump, about Mexicans.