Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk are the veterans on the U.S. Ryder Cup team, having played 19 Cups combined. A key to their success this week at Gleneagles will be their playing partners.
The induction ceremony for the World Golf Hall of Fame will rotate to new places for two of the next three ceremonies the hall announced on Monday.
Joost Luiten emerged from a crowded top of the leaderboard at the Wales Open on Sunday to win by one shot, and that victory propelled him up 12 spots to No. 36 in this week's world rankings.
Mi Jung Hur set a 72-hole scoring record at last week's Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic to earn a 4-shot victory, and that win propelled her up 29 spots to No. 65 in this week's world rankings.
The Europeans had a flare for the dramatic last year as they stormed back from four points deficit on the final day to win 14 1/2 - 13 1/2. Europe won 8 1/2 out of the 12 possible points on Sunday to complete an incredible comeback.
Guys like Sergio Garcia and Ian Poulter are virtually unstoppable every two years when the Ryder Cup rolls around. Those two have a combined record of 28-11-4 in their 10 Ryder Cups.
Marita Engzelius made eagle on the first playoff hole on Sunday to win the Symetra Tour Championship.
Connie Chen fired a final-round, 3- under 69 on Sunday to earn a 2-shot victory at the Open de Espana Femenino.
Paul Wesselingh outlasted Bernhard Langer and Philip Golding in a three-way playoff on Sunday to win the Winstongolf Senior Open.
Sam Hutsby fired a final-round, 5- under 67 on Sunday to secure a 2-shot victory at the Kazakhstan Open.