On The Rise: Harold Varner III Being Noticed For His TalentRookie Harold Varner III is the only African American currently playing on the PGA Tour, and his play is what will keep him there.
Dottie Pepper On Quicken Loans National: 'A Wide-Open Field'Dottie Pepper, CBS Sports on-course reporter, breaks down the Quicken Loans National, this week's stop on the PGA Tour.
Leaderboard: Golf's Modern Big Three Versus Golf's Legendary Big ThreeHow do Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy stack up against Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus when they were young?
On The Rise: Brooks Koepka Goes To Great LengthsBrooks Koepka, the third-year PGA Tour pro, displays good length off the tee. But can he improve his scoring around the greens?
Leaderboard: Top 10 For LifeThe World Golf Ranking's top 10 has stayed basically the same for the last year, even with so many first-time PGA Tour winners.
Leaderboard: Par For The CourseGolfers play against the course, not each other. That's how the packed Memorial field came down to a William McGirt - Jon Curran playoff.
Leaderboard: Quiet PleaseJordan Spieth, the second-ranked golfer on the PGA Tour, silences the doubters, at least for now, with win at Colonial.
Leaderboard: Pressure Separates Contenders And PretendersPressure, and how golfers handle it, is hard to measure on the PGA Tour. But Wells Fargo and AT&T Byron Nelson finishes show it matters.
Leaderboard: Jason Day Solidifies Top Ranking With Players WinWins are more important than weeks atop the rankings. Jason Day, who just won the Players, has the wins to back up the #1 ranking.
Leaderboard: Golf's Best Tee Off At The PlayersFrom The Players Championship through the U.S. Open, the PGA Tour enjoys one of the year's best six-week stretches of golf.
On The Rise: Kevin Kisner Building On DefeatKevin Kisner, still known for his crushing PGA Tour defeats, finally won his first tournament at the RSM Classic in late 2015.
Leaderboard: Two PGA ToursThe PGA Tour features a big event every month from April through September, creating a split tour. Top golfers skip lesser tournaments.