|This Week in Golf -- July 24-27
Snedeker, Matt Kuchar, Jim Furyk, Dustin Johnson, Graeme McDowell and Luke Donald are just a few names to look for at this week's event.
|Rory vaults to No. 2 in world with Open win
Rory McIlroy won his third major title last weekend with a 2-shot victory at the Open Championship, and that saw him jump up to No. 2 in the world rankings this week.
|Golf Tidbits: McIlroy overpowers Hoylake
Armed with a 6-stroke lead entering the final round, pundits wondered what Rory McIlroy's game plan would be on Sunday at the Open Championship.
|Rypien rallies to win American Century Championship
Mark Rypien went on a post-rain delay tear to beat out Jeremy Roenick and Annika Sorenstam and win the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament for the first time since he captured the inaugural title in 1990.
|Relecom wins in Switzerland
Pierre Relecom closed with a 3- under 68 on Sunday and won the Swiss Challenge by one stroke.
|Watson among early players going low at Open
Tom Watson closed with a 4-under 68 on Sunday and was one of those going low early in the final round of the Open Championship.
|Roenick takes over American Century Championship lead
In his last six of seven tries, Jeremy Roenick has come close to winning the biggest prize in celebrity golf. He has five top-10 finishes and barring any huge blowups in Sunday's final round at the American Celebrity Golf Championship, he'll have another.
|Annika in the hunt at American Century Championship after round one
Annika Sorenstam stole the show from some of sports and entertainment's biggest names Friday on the beach of south Lake Tahoe.
|Pfeifer leads, Annika within reach at American Century Championship
Iraq veteran Chad Pfeifer opened with a total of 24 points Friday to take the first-round lead of the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship.
|The "odds" way Tiger and Annika are linked this weekend
With Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam dusting off her clubs to take part in the American Century Championship this weekend at Edgewood Golf Course, oddsmakers at Harrah's have linked the 10- time major winner to Tiger Woods, who is playing in the British Open across the pond simultaneously.