2016 PGA Championship PreviewThe PGA Championship, the PGA Tour's final major, tees off this week at Baltusrol Golf Club. CBS Sports' broadcast team previews the action.
This Week in Golf: Vegas Wins Canadian Open With Closing-Round ComebackJhonattan Vegas came back with a brilliant closing round of 64 at the RBC Canadian Open to win his first PGA Tour event since 2011.
Ian Baker-Finch On RBC Canadian Open: 'It Means A Little More'CBS Sports golf analyst Ian Baker-Finch previews the RBC Canadian Open, as the PGA Tour returns to Glen Abbey.
On The Rise: Andrew Johnston, A Special Cut of BeefAndrew Johnston is an unlikely Brit with a bushy beard and charm to spare. It may not be long until he finds the top of the leaderboard.
This Week In Golf: Stenson's Sunday 63 At Open Championship Makes HistoryHenrik Stenson wins the Open Championship, beating Phil Mickelson and setting the all-time overall scoring record for a major.
On The Rise: Kyle Reifers, From Fast Track To Slow ClimbA can't-miss talent out of college, Kyle Reifers is finally making his way on the PGA Tour 10 years later.
On The Rise: Bud Cauley Following The NumbersBud Cauley, recovered from shoulder surgery, is playing for PGA Tour status. Will he get the needed 458 points during his medical exemption?
This Week in Golf: Dustin Johnson Does It Again At WGC-BridgestoneDustin Johnson wins the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, his second tournament win in three weeks, proving again that he can finish.
On The Rise: Jon Rahm Taking A Shortcut To The PGA TourJon Rahm, recently the world's top-ranked amateur golfer, went pro last week and is trying to play his way onto the PGA Tour.
Gary McCord On WGC-Bridgestone: 'Golf Course Still Holds Its Own'CBS Sports golf announcer Gary McCord looks at the storylines surrounding the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational this week.
This Week In Golf: Navy Vet Billy Hurley III Wins Quicken Loans NationalBilly Hurley III won the Quicken Loans National, fending off Vijay Singh for his first tournament win in three years on the PGA Tour.
On The Rise: Harold Varner III Being Noticed For His TalentRookie Harold Varner III is the only African American currently playing on the PGA Tour, and his play is what will keep him there.