Seven-time major winner says the chances of Tiger Woods overtaking the all-time major title leader are shrinking.
Oliver Brown Rory McIlroy mounted the first tee at a sodden Valhalla on Sunday night with the familiar feeling of a target drawn on his back.
Richard Shute All the action live from the fourth and final day from the Valhalla Golf Club in Kentucky.
Paul Hayward Exit Tiger Woods, enter Rory McIlroy. Sport fans are sitting up and taking notice after Valhalla.
Tiger Woods ruled himself out of the Ryder Cup on Wednesday, saying he will not return to competition until December because he needs time to strengthen his ailing back.
Nick Watney carded a five-under-par 65 to grab the lead after the third round at the Wyndham Championship on Saturday.
Chris Strauss Jimmy Fallon couldn't contain his admiration.
Oliver Brown If Rory McIlroy's appearance last weekend at his beloved Manchester United taught us anything, it was that money could not buy him taste.
Former world No.1 Tiger Woods missed the cut at the PGA Championship on Friday, firing his second consecutive three-over-par 74 at Valhalla Golf Club.
Gary Shelton No one wants to see the book on greatness close. And so you find yourself wanting to believe. You want to believe Tiger Woods will wake up, at 38, and his back will be fine once more.
Michael Buteau Tiger Woods said his ailing back was "pain-free" Wednesday. It wasn't Thursday, and his score showed it.
James Corrigan As the game waited anxiously for news of the severity of Tiger Woods's back injury, Sir Nick Faldo warned the 14-time major champion that he must change his swing to prolong his career, while Rory...
World No.1 Rory McIlroy will return to Sydney to defend his Australian Open golf crown this summer.
Jason Day has recovered from an episode of vertigo and hopes to be a darkhorse chance at the PGA Championship.
Tom Decent Current world No. 1 Rory McIlroy has confirmed he will return to Sydney in November to defend his Australian Open title.
Tiger Woods was nowhere to be seen on Tuesday at the PGA Championship, except for his image on promotional banners, and his status for Thursday's scheduled start at Valhalla remained uncertain.
Top-ranked Rory McIlroy has taken his first look at the Valhalla layout ahead of the 96th PGA Championship, while Tiger Woods is in Florida having treatment on his aching back.
Peter FitzSimons Tiger Woods, smoods, Peter FitzSimons is as excited about his return as he is a bout of lockjaw.
Malcolm Knox It took the loss of sole possession of a lead he had held since Thursday to sting Rory McIlroy into a withering response that, by the end of the third round, tightened his grip on the Open...
Hoylake, England Rory McIlroy showed no early signs of faltering as he set out with a six-stroke lead in the final round of the British Open at Royal Liverpool on Sunday.