The battle for a $US10 million jackpot that goes to the winner of the four-event FedExCup playoffs begins on Thursday in The Barclays at Plainfield Country Club, a fitting venue for the opening salvo.
Former world No.1 Adam Scott and Presidents Cup teammate hopeful John Senden are in the hot seat in New Jersey this week, playing to continue their US PGA Tour seasons.
Tiger Woods had his best tournament in nearly two years but it was still not enough to snap a years-long winless streak.
Tiger Woods, chasing his first victory in two years, makes his lone bogey of the day at the final hole to finish two strokes behind third round leader Jason Gore at the Wyndham Championship.
European Tour journeyman Andreas Harto stole the show at the Made In Denmark event by proposing to his girlfriend during the tournament in Farso on Friday.
Andrew Both Tiger Woods roared back after more than a year in the wilderness to tie for the lead after his second round at the Wyndham Championship on Friday.
Tiger Woods was greeted like a rock star by hundreds of fans when he arrived on his first tee, and set about carding his lowest score in two years.
Matt Murnane Australia's Jason Day says he's ready to thrown down the challenge again to Jordan Spieth, boldly calling for a one-on-one match-up with the world No.1 in this year's Presidents Cup.
Matt Murnane Jason Day made his first major headlines as a brash, outrageously talented 17-year-old.
Peter FitzSimons Ever and always, Australian sport has displayed an acute sense of timing.
An Australian teenager, the clubhouse leader in the US Amateur tournament, is poised to surpass US PGA Champion Jason Day at the same stage of his career.
Phil Lutton No Jason Day means Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott will headline the Australian summer.
James Corrigan Sir Nick Faldo has acclaimed Jason Day as completing the modern "big three" as golf falls over itself in delirium at the young trio leading the sport to a revolutionary era.
Danielle Rendina When is an animal that burrows not considered a burrowing animal?
Jason Day is looking forward to celebrating his major breakthrough with Australian golf fans, but it will have to wait as the impending birth of his second child has ruled him out of a return this summer.