Ranking Top 25 Golfers In U.S. Open FieldThe tournament tees off at Shinnecock Hills on Thursday morning, and these 25 guys have a shot to win it.
Report: Tiger Woods Docks Yacht, Plans To Stay There During U.S. OpenThe 14-time-major champion has reportedly docked his $20 million, 155-foot yacht in the Hamptons as his place to stay during next week's tournament.
MLB Hall Of Famer John Smoltz Qualifies For U.S. Senior OpenThe former Braves pitcher will be hitting the links with the rest of the senior tour pros at the end of June for the U.S. Senior Open.
93-Year-Old Golfer Sinks Hole In One In His Final RoundThere's not really a better way to finish a lifetime of playing golf than this.
CBSSports.com And CBS Sports App To Carry Live Coverage Of The MastersGolf's signature event is receiving expanded coverage across multiple CBS platforms.
Augusta National Golf Club Chairman Announces Creation Of Amateur Women's ChampionshipBeginning in April 2019, the Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship will play its final round at the famed Augusta National Golf Club.
Nick Faldo On The Northern Trust: 'Always Fun To See Who Might Step Up'CBS Sports lead golf analyst Nick Faldo discusses the first event of the FedExCup Playoffs, The Northern Trust, at Glen Oaks Club.
Tiger Woods Drops Out Of World Golf Rankings Top 1000 For First Time In CareerTiger Woods has dropped out of the World Golf Rankings Top 1000 for the first time in his career.
Study Says One Round Of Golf Per Week 'Very Good' For Your HealthSome players who find a round of golf to be frustrating and full of obscenities may disagree, but research tells another story.
Pro Golfer Tweets That United Airlines Broke His Golf ClubsIt just keeps getting worse for United Airlines.
CBS Sports Begins 2017 Golf Coverage At Farmers Insurance OpenCBS Sports is set to broadcast 22 golf tournaments in 2017, including The Masters, PGA Championship and Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Golfers Swing at Clinton, Trump at Texas Driving RangeAlpine Target Golf Center in Longview has hung the portraits on round hay bales since late October. The photos show the Democrat and Republican candidates for the White House with mouths wide open, as if ready to catch a ball.