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Say hello again to the PGA Tour's next generation of stars

Viktor Hovland, Matthew Wolff and Collin Morikawa were making names for themselves before golf was shut down. As the sport returns, get used to hearing from these 20-somethings all over again.

Golf's odd, almost inexplicably complicated relationship with ... shorts

The average golfer, in the summer, is rolling to the first tee in shorts. Not on the PGA Tour. Many players would love to wear shorts in competition. The apparel companies would be all for it. Still, it's not happening any time soon.

McIlroy heads list entered for PGA Tour restart

The PGA Tour will return in a big way next week with a blockbuster field at the Charles Schwab Challenge, where 16 of the top 20-ranked players in the world have entered the event.

Memorial first PGA Tour event OK'd to allow fans

The Memorial Tournament will be the first PGA Tour event to allow spectators since the coronavirus shutdown when it is played at Muirfield Village Golf Club next month in Ohio.

Stricker calls Ryder Cup without fans 'a yawner'

A decision on whether to go ahead with the Ryder Cup looms, and Steve Stricker is not in favor of playing the event without spectators.

PGA Tour, Sanford Health have deal on testing

The PGA Tour and Sanford Health, a title sponsor of a PGA Tour Champions event, have a deal to conduct coronavirus testing of players, caddies and essential personnel before the season resumes.

Official World Golf Ranking to restart next week

The Official World Golf Ranking, which was frozen in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, will resume next week as the PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour restart their schedules in the United States.

Fate of Ryder Cup to be decided by end of June

The chief executive of the European Tour said the fate of this year's Ryder Cup will be decided by the end of the month, and that conversations are still be had.

Tour: Event in Columbus to replace John Deere

The PGA Tour said in a memo that an event at Jack Nicklaus' Muirfield Village Golf Club will replace the John Deere Classic.

How a pandemic could be forever altering the golf cart

With social distancing, it's not safe -- or allowed -- to have more than one person in a traditional golf cart. Suddenly, single-rider options don't sound as out there as they once did.

How one golf company went from making head covers to masks

Seamus Golf knew its golf business was about to slow, or stop, because of the coronavirus pandemic. But it saw an opportunity to shift, and help, all at the same time.

From testing to prize money, the biggest takeaways from the PGA Tour's plans for a return

The PGA unveiled a 37-page plan for its return next month. So what happens if a player tests positive? What is a caddie allowed -- and not allowed -- to do? Here are the biggest things as a return nears.

The complete rundown of the PGA Tour's revised schedule

The coronavirus pandemic caused the PGA Tour to alter its schedule. The Tour hopes to start back up in mid-June. Here is the full schedule.

Predicting when and where we'll see Tiger and why

Tiger looked good in the match with Peyton Manning against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady. Now what? Woods is not telling. We look at all the possibilities for him when the PGA Tour schedule resumes.

Which years did Sachin Tendulkar fail to score a century in?

Also, which team has lost the most number of FIFA World Cup finals without winning a title?

Tiger: Death of Floyd 'clearly crossed' the line

On Twitter, Tiger Woods said the death of George Floyd last week clearly crossed the line of how much force law enforcement should use.

BMW Championship still hoping for spectators

Organizers of the BMW Championship are looking at three scenarios for the late-August event and hoping the final product will include spectators.

Singh pulls out of Korn Ferry event after criticism

Vijay Singh, a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, won't play in a tournament on the developmental Korn Ferry Tour.