|Harrington skyrockets up world rankings
Padraig Harrington picked up a playoff victory over Daniel Berger on Monday at the PGA Tour's Honda Classic and that helped the Irishman soar up the world rankings.
|Ko extends lead atop world ranking
Lydia Ko won for the second straight week and she extended her lead atop the women's world rankings.
|This Week in Golf -- March 5-8
Patrick Reed dropped four strokes in a three-hole span on the back nine at PGA National on Monday to cost himself the win, or at least a spot in the playoff at the Honda Classic.
|Kempter tops Lopez in Symetra playoff
Katie Kempter parred the second playoff hole on Sunday to defeat Lee Lopez and win the Volvik Championship.
|Ko rolls to 4-shot win in New Zealand
World No. 1 Lydia Ko cruised to a 4-stroke win at the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open on Sunday.
|Quail Hollow to host 2021 Presidents Cup
PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem announced Wednesday morning that the 2021 Presidents Cup was awarded to the Quail Hollow Club.
|Love officially named U.S. Ryder Cup captain
Davis Love III has been named the United States captain for the 2016 Ryder Cup after more than a week of speculation.
|This Week in Golf -- Feb. 26-Mar. 1
McIlroy was looking to go wire-to-wire for the win as he held the outright lead after each of the first three rounds, but he struggled to a 4-over 74 on the final day. McIlroy missed an 11-foot eagle putt for the win on the 72nd hole and he settled for birdie and a spot in the playoff.
|Golf Tidbits: Riviera ending leaves us asking, what if?
James Hahn birdied the second and third playoff holes to defeat Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson and win the Northern Trust Open, but the bigger story was who didn't win the title.
|Ko tightens grip on No. 1 world ranking
Lydia Ko went on to outlast Amy Yang and win by two shots at last week's ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open, and the 17-year-old from New Zealand tightened her stronghold on the No. 1 ranking in the world.