AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am PreviewDustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth are among the previous champions returning to scenic Pebble Beach for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
This Week In Golf: Tour Championship Preview And The Year In ReviewThe PGA Tour's top 30 players play for the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club, and a shot at the FedExCup. Bryson Dechambeau leads the pack into the weekend.
This Week In Golf: Dustin Johnson Takes RBC Canadian OpenThe top-ranked Dustin Johnson pulled away from a crowded field on Sunday to win the RBC Canadian Open, his third title of the season.
This Week In Golf: Brooks Koepka Defends U.S. Open Title At Shinnecock HillsBrooks Koepka won his second straight U.S. Open, edging out Tommy Fleetwood on a Shinnecock Hills course that tamed a strong field.
2018 U.S. Open Leaderboard, UpdatesFollow Round 2 from the U.S. Open. Can players overcome a rough first day at Shinnecock Hills that saw only four players stay under par?
This Week In Golf: Dustin Johnson Runs Away With FedEx St. Jude ClassicDustin Johnson won the FedEx St. Jude Classic by six strokes, pulling away from runner-up, Andrew Putnam, and the rest of the field.
This Week In Golf: Webb Simpson Buries Field At Players ChampionshipWebb Simpson shot a second-round 63, tying the TPC Sawgrass course record, and cruised to a win at The Players Championship.
Dottie Pepper On AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: 'Ball Striking Is Key'CBS Sports' Dottie Pepper looks at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, featuring a stellar field in one of the PGA Tour's most scenic settings.
Augusta Stunner: DJ Withdraws From Masters With Back InjuryThe world's No. 1-ranked player was forced to withdraw from the Masters on Thursday because of a lower back injury suffered less than 24 hours earlier in a freak fall at the home he was renting for the week.
Dustin Johnson Injures Back Falling Down Stairs, Uncertain for MastersMasters favorite Dustin Johnson took a serious fall on a staircase Wednesday and injured his lower back, and his manager said it was uncertain whether the world's No. 1 golfer would be able to play the tournament.
Dustin Johnson, No. 1 And Headed In The Right DirectionFor all his power and athleticism, Johnson had never been in contention at Augusta National until last year. He was two shots out of the lead until a double bogey from the bunker on the 17th hole ended his hopes.