This Week In Golf: Sergio García Wins AT&T Byron Nelson In PlayoffSergio García, possibly the best golfer without a major, takes the AT&T Byron Nelson for his first PGA Tour win since 2012.
KMOX Profiles: Jay DelsingJay Delsing was born in St. Louis and went on to play professional golf, from a sports family as well. He continues to love St. Louis sports and talks about them often.
This Week In Golf: Jason Day Dominates The PlayersJason Day, the world's top-ranked golfer, led from start to finish to win the Players Championship, besting a strong field at TPC Sawgrass.
This Week In Golf: Hahn Bests The Big Names At Wells FargoWith Fowler, McIlroy and Mickelson all contending Sunday at Wells Fargo Championship, James Hahn topped Roberto Castro for the playoff win.
This Week In Golf: Brian Stuard Wins Playoff At Shortened Zurich ClassicBrian Stuard birdied the second playoff hole to win the Zurich Classic, his first Tour title, at the rain-soaked TPC Louisiana.
This Week In Golf: Hoffman Wins Valero Texas Open With Clutch BirdieCharley Hoffman edges out Patrick Reed to win Valero Texas Open on the last hole, after Ricky Barnes blows lead with a final-round 74.
This Week In Golf: Grace Takes RBC Heritage With Sunday 66Branden Grace of South Africa won the RBC Heritage. Three international golfers topped the leaderboard at Harbour Town Golf Links.
This Week In Golf: Spieth's Masters Collapse Leads To Willett's WinDanny Willett won the Masters after defending champion Jordan Spieth gave up six strokes on the first three holes of Sunday's back nine.
Tom Watson Bids Adieu To Augusta NationalSixty-six-year-old Missouri native plays The Masters for final time
This Week In Golf: Herman Edges Stenson, Johnson At Houston OpenJourneyman Jim Herman gets one-shot win at Shell Houston Open. The PGA Tour heads to Augusta for The Masters next.
This Week In Golf: Jason Day Wins WGC-Dell Match PlayJason Day thumps Louis Oosthuizen to win WGC-Dell Match Play. Shell Houston Open next on the PGA Tour.
Special Moment For Golfers Jay & Bill HaasBelleville native & team captain's offspring wins President's Cup for United States