Next year's Valspar Championship is March 10-13 at Innisbrook in Palm Harbor as part of the PGA Tour's 2015-16 schedule, released Thursday.
TURNBERRY, Scotland — Donald Trump's show-stealing arrival at the Women's British Open on Thursday upstaged another strong start to a major by South Korea's Hyo-Joo Kim.
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OAKVILLE, Ontario — Jason Day made himself right at home in the Canadian Open, at David Hearn's expense.
SUNNINGDALE, England — Colin Montgomerie shared the clubhouse lead with little-known American Marco Dawson at 10 under with nine holes of their third round still to play in the Senior British Open on Saturday.
OAKVILLE, Ontario — Chad Campbell was perfectly content to take a two-stroke lead into the weekend at the Canadian Open after falling a stroke short of the course record.
SUNNINGDALE, England — Two double-eagle twos were recorded on the same hole on a memorable opening day at the Senior British Open, where defending champion Bernhard Langer was in an eight-way tie for the lead at 5-under 65 Thursday.
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Louis Oosthuizen is closing in on a career Grand Slam of sorts. One he'd rather not have.
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland
Zach Johnson cradled the silver claret jug in his arms. Jordan Spieth let it slip through his fingers.
PALM HARBOR — When Jordan Spieth returns to Innisbrook's Copperhead Course in March to defend his Valspar Championship title, he'll do it on a course that looks much like the one he played in 2015. At least that's what Innisbrook officials hope.
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Wouldn't it be great to play a course made up of the best holes from our top area courses? We gave it a shot. It's called the Dream 18. Get an up-close view through a multimedia report featuring photos and descriptions of each hole as well as audio from Times staff writer Rodney Page.