Snedeker comes up shortWilson: Snedeker's bid for a green jacket comes up short
Belly putter getting it doneWith Scott's win, the belly putter now has the career grand slam
Masters photo galleryTake a look back at the Masters through the week's best photos
Recapping the MastersRelive all the highlights from another incredible week
Most valuable caddieWilliams has now been on the bag for 4 Masters wins
Tough times at 12thBubba Watson, Kevin Na both card 10s at the Par-3 12th hole
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia's career-long spat seems to be far from over as Woods humorously addressed the situation Monday.
Guan Tianlang will receive his third exemption into a PGA Tour event when he plays the Memorial at the end of May.
Really great story here of a mini-golf course in New Jersey being rebuilt after being devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
PGA Tour events are about more than Tiger Woods.
Sang-Moon Bae was true to his game and it resulted in his first PGA Tour win. Charl Schwartzel and Keegan Bradley also scored high marks.
Citing injuries, Louis Oosthuizen and Michael Bradley did not play in Sunday's final round of the Byron Nelson Championship.
Nicolas Colsaerts drops his ball in a bathroom ... on purpose.
Jim Nantz and John Cook do a good job remembering the life of Ken Venturi at the 2013 Byron Nelson Championship.
Ken Venturi, the 1964 U.S. Open champion and longtime CBS Sports golf analyst, died on Friday, per the San Franciso Chronicle.
Amazing video of a Callaway worker sinking a putt from the second story of a building.
Jason Dufner made an eagle from the fairway on Thursday and celebrated as only Jason Dufner can celebrate.
Adam Scott, Webb Simpson and Keegan Bradley await their anchored putter fate from the USGA. A final decision is coming on May 21.
Rory McIlroy will go the way of Roger Federer and start his own management firm.
Tiger Woods was the scourge of the sports world ... until he won four of his last seven tournaments. Now the bandwagon is back. Gregg Doyel says this proves one thing: Winning cures all.
Keegan Bradley shot a 10-under-par 60 at the 2013 Byron Nelson Championship on Thursday to grab the early first-round lead.