Len Hochberg describes the perfectly fitting way TIger Woods capped his comeback, by winning the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Course, his 80th career win.
Storylines abound from the BMW Championship, including Keegan Bradley winning for the first time in six years, but the biggest, says Len Hochberg, might be Jordan Spieth not qualifying for the Tour Championship.
Bryson DeChambeau moved to No. 7 in the world and became just the second golfer to win the first two playoff events of the FedEx Cup championship.
Len Hochberg notes that while 24-year-old Bryson DeChambeau’s game has largely come unglued the past couple of months, that changed with Sunday’s victory at the Northern Trust.
Brandt Snedeker’s first tour victory in two and a half years launched him into the top 50 in the world and moved him to 30th in the point standings.
Brooks Koepka outplayed runner-up Tiger Woods to win the PGA Championship at Bellerive, and Len Hochberg says there’s no doubt he’ll be Player of the Year.
Len Hochberg notes that it’s not too early to start talking about the Player of the Year award and the big names in the running, including Justin Thomas with his latest victory at Firestone Country Club.
Dustin Johnson solidified his standing as the world No. 1 by grabbing his third victory of the season and kickstarting what Len Hochberg calls the grueling stretch toward the Tour Championship.
Francesco Molinari becomes the first Italian in history to win a major golf championship, beating several charging champions in the process.
Len Hochberg recaps both the John Deere Classic, won by Michael Kim, and the Scottish Open, won by Brendan Stone, and talks about the field’s chances at the upcoming British Open.
Len Hochberg notes that in a tournament filled with great storylines, Kevin Na’s story, his first win since 2011, was completely unanticipated.
Francesco Molinari shot a TPC Potomac course-record-tying 62 on Sunday to win by eight strokes, while Tiger Woods finished tied for fourth, his second best finish since returning to the tour.
Bubba Watson began Sunday six shots behind leader Paul Casey and then shot shot a 7-under 63 to secure the victory at TPC River Highlands, his third PGA Tour win this season.
Brooks Koepka won his second straight U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, New York, and moves to 4th in the world.
Len Hochberg says that Dustin Johnson’s on top again on the eve of the 118th U.S. Open after winning the FedEx St. Jude Classic by six strokes on Sunday.
Bryson DeChambeau won at Muirfield Village Golf Club after a three-way playoff with Byeong Hun An and Kyle Stanley.
Justin Rose shot a 66-64-66-64 to capture the Fort Worth Invitational by three strokes over Brooks Koepka on Sunday and is now ranked No. 3 in the world, equaling his career best.
21-year-old Aaron Wise moved to 60th in the OWGR after winning at Trinity Forest Golf Club three strokes ahead of Marc Leishman.
Webb Simpson began the final round at TPC Sawgrass with a commanding seven-stroke lead ahead of 15 players all within three shots of one another.
Jason Day won his second tournament of the season at Quail Hollow, his 12th win since 2010, to move up to seventh in the world.
Len Hochberg recaps the Zurich Classic in New Orleans at which two-man teams compete against each other, with this year’s victory going to Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy.
Len Hochberg notes that Andrew Landry, who at age 30 is trying to make a late run at a career on the PGA Tour, has just guaranteed himself two more years of trying.
Len Hochberg describes Satoshi Kodaira’s first tour victory, which came after a playoff against South Korea’s Si-Woo Kim and moves Kodaira to 27th the world.
Len Hochberg describes the mental toughness Patrick Reed needed to win the Masters with Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Jon Rahm on his tail on Sunday.
Ian Poulter needed a win Sunday to qualify for the Masters, which he pulled off in a playoff against Beau Hossler to claim his first tournament win in six years.
According to Len Hochberg, Bubba Watson’s play over the last six weeks, has him golfing like he's top-five, and his victory at the Austin Country Club propels him to No. 18.
Rory McIlroy's victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill propels him to No. 7 and moves him into the conversation for the Masters.
Paul Casey’s victory over Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed at the Valspar Championship was his first PGA win since 2009.
Phil Mickelson edged Justin Thomas in a one-hole playoff to win at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City and snap his 101-tournament winless stretch.
Len Hochberg writes about the continuing improved play of Justin Thomas, who now sits at No. 3 in the world, and the surprisingly good play of Tiger Woods.