CBS Sports Begins 2017 Golf Coverage At Farmers Insurance OpenCBS Sports is set to broadcast 22 golf tournaments in 2017, including The Masters, PGA Championship and Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
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.
This Week In Golf: Sergio García Wins AT&T Byron Nelson In PlayoffSergio García, possibly the best golfer without a major, takes the AT&T Byron Nelson for his first PGA Tour win since 2012.
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.
This Week In Golf: Jason Day Dominates The PlayersJason Day, the world's top-ranked golfer, led from start to finish to win the Players Championship, besting a strong field at TPC Sawgrass.
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.
This Week In Golf: Hahn Bests The Big Names At Wells FargoWith Fowler, McIlroy and Mickelson all contending Sunday at Wells Fargo Championship, James Hahn topped Roberto Castro for the playoff win.
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.
This Week In Golf: Brian Stuard Wins Playoff At Shortened Zurich ClassicBrian Stuard birdied the second playoff hole to win the Zurich Classic, his first Tour title, at the rain-soaked TPC Louisiana.
Leaderboard: Top-Ranked Golfers Take Week OffThe Valero Texas Open lacked leaderboard star power, as most of golf's elite players rested for more high-profile events.