Adam Scott ditches his anchored putter forever ... probably.
These head covers for the US team at the Presidents Cup are spectacular.
You could have bought Tiger Woods' old Scotty Cameron (kind of).
Also, what's up with the Brooks Koepka hate, which Web.com golfers will make noise and why my readers hate me.
Rory McIlroy issued an apology after tossing his club at Doral. That was a really beneficial apology.
Rob Oppenheim, you dog. The career journeyman earned his PGA Tour card by $101 on Sunday at the Web.com Tour Championship.
A late addition to the Presidents Cup team just wanted to play some video games, you guys.
This video is not for the faint of heart. A golfer juggling on a cliff with a 3,000 foot drop below.
Jum Furyk is out of the Presidents Cup with a wrist injury so Jay Haas picked the man who finished 12th in the Presidents Cup standings.
Ernie Els is playing the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship this week and ... oh my gosh ... watch this putt.
Golf is done for the 2014-15 season. That means it's already time to look ahead to the 2016 majors and what the storylines will be.
Matty Du Plessis makes an unreal putt and chip at the same time.
Jordan Spieth won five times, took two majors and hauled in $22 million while claiming the FedEx Cup. Yeah, that's an easy call for PGA Tour Player of the Year.
Tony Finau, Robert Streb and Danny Lee. Not household names, but all are on the edge of being stars on the PGA Tour.
You're not going to believe this, but Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy made a lot of money per event in 2014-15.
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October 2, 2015
Looking back at 2015 and ahead to 2016 (2:18)