Dottie Pepper On DEAN & DELUCA Invitational: 'A Wonderful Test Of Skill'CBS Sports on-course reporter Dottie Pepper looks at the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, to take place at the revered Colonial Country Club.
Ian Baker-Finch On AT&T Byron Nelson: 'Great Tournament Honors Special Guy'CBS Sports golf analyst Ian Baker-Finch previews the course and field for the AT&T Byron Nelson this weekend at TPC Las Colinas.
Best Golf Courses In The UKA brief profile of five of the best and most famous golf courses in the world, including the location for the first recorded game of modern golf
Ian Baker-Finch On RBC Heritage: 'I Love The Course'Ian Baker-Finch, CBS Sports golf analyst, looks at the RBC Heritage, played at Harbour Town Golf Links.
Englishman Willett Wearing Green Jacket After Spieth Loses 5-Shot Lead
Nick Faldo On Masters: 'Looking Forward To Another Amazing Weekend'Nick Faldo, CBS Sports lead golf analyst and 3-time Masters champion, analyzes what promises to be a memorable weekend at Augusta.
Family Says Vacaville's Green Tree Golf Club Had to Close As Fewer People Play SportGolfers were confused, shocked and disappointed by the sudden closure of the Green Tree Golf Club. It’s been a staple in the town for nearly 60 years, but owners say they just weren’t getting the business they needed.
Dottie Pepper On Northern Trust Open: 'Going To Be A Fantastic Week'CBS Sports on-course reporter Dottie Pepper discusses the Northern Trust Open, held at the famed Riviera Country Club.
Peter Kostis On Pebble Beach: ‘No Better Place In The World For Golf’Veteran CBS Sports on-course reporter Peter Kostis assesses the field at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Nick Faldo: 'Feisty Season' On PGA TOUR Tees Off At FarmersCBS Sports lead golf analyst discusses the Farmers Insurance Open and what promises to be a competitive season on the PGA TOUR.
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Golf Club Owner Who Spread Smelly Manure Over Course Pays $100K To RegulatorsThe owner of a Southern California golf club, who raised a stink by spreading chicken manure on the course, has agreed to pay $100,000 to air pollution regulators.