|Alvarez wins by 1 in Mexico
Oscar David Alvarez closed with a 3-under 69 on Sunday and he held on for a 1-shot win at the TransAmerican Power Products CRV Abierto Mexicano.
|Pace tops Clyburn in playoff to win in South Africa
Lee-Anne Pace defeated Holly Clyburn in a playoff on Sunday to earn a victory at the South African Women's Open.
|Fox runs away with win in Australia
Ryan Fox fired a final-round, 5-under 67 on Sunday and he cruised to a 6-shot victory at the WA Open Championship.
|Big finish gives Edfors 3-shot win in China
Johan Edfors used a string of four straight birdies at the end of his final round to earn a 3-shot victory at the Sankai Classic in China.
|Ikeda hangs on to win Japan Open
Yuta Ikeda fired a final-round, 2-over 72 on Sunday, but he was able to hang on and win the Japan Open by one shot.
|Golf's Divine Nine Electric Corona Acid Test
At 6:44 and with the rising sun only a minute below Nevada's Pine Nut Mountains, a small bus packed with 16 men rolls through the Carson Valley Inn Hotel & Casino parking lot toward U.S. Route 395, on the start of a raucous 18-hole round of golf played over nine different public courses within a 25-mile radius, which will take more than 12 hours and end only after the transiting sun dips behind the Sierra Nevada.
|O'Meara, Davies headline Hall of Fame Class of 2015
St. Augustine, FL (Sports Network) - The World Golf Hall of Fame Class of 2015 was announced on Wednesday, with Mark O'Meara and Laura Davies headlining the group.
|U.S. Ryder Cup task force named
The PGA of America announced the creation of an 11-member task force that will examine all parts of the Ryder Cup process.
|This Week in Golf -- October 14-19
Simpson finished the week at 24-under-par 260. The win was the fourth of Simpson's career and he has not won since.
|Feng up to No. 5 in world rankings
Shanshan Feng rallied to win the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia by three shots on Sunday and that win propelled her up to No. 5 in the world rankings.