Brandon Raper

2015 PLAYERS Championship Day 1 Winners and Losers

The PLAYERS Championship got off to a fast and furious start on Thursday, and although there were plenty of happy players after day one, there were more than a few left disappointed, as well. Read More

Power Rankings: The 2015 PLAYERS Championship

The PLAYERS Championship is one of the sport's strongest tournaments year in and year out. With a traditionally star-studded field, big names abound in this week's official power rankings. Read More

Top 5 Storylines for the 2015 PLAYERS Championship

The PLAYERS Championship still isn't a major, but it boasts one of the year's strongest fields at a deceptively difficult course. These are five storylines to watch this week at TPC Sawgrass. Read More

Bradley, Jimenez Fight Not the "Most Interesting"

Keegan Bradley and Miguel Angel Jimenez had their tempers boil over on a rules decision, but was this really worth the argument? Read More

Jon Jones Forced Dana White's Hand To Suspension

Jon "Bones" Jones is one of the most electric fighters in UFC today, but his most recent run-in with the law forced Dana White to the only possible conclusion. Read More

Breaking Down All 16 Groups at the WGC Match Play

The field of 64 is set for the 2015 WGC-Cadillac Match Play, and we're breaking down every group from top to bottom here. Read More

Justin Rose Back In Form, Wins 2015 Zurich Classic

Justin Rose powered through weather and plenty of challenged from the field to take the 2015 Zurich Classic, proving he's back in top form heading into the summer's biggest events. Read More

Tiger Commits To Play 2015 PLAYERS Championship

Tiger Woods has officially confirmed his next tournament appearance to be the PLAYERS Championship, the "fifth major" that he last won in 2013. Read More

PGA Tour Power Rankings: 2015 Zurich Classic

The PGA Tour is taking over the Big Easy for this week's Zurich Classic. Check out our official power rankings here. Read More

Spieth Gives Us a Reality Check at RBC Heritage

Jordan Spieth kept his commitment to play this week's RBC Heritage despite a whirlwind week following his Masters win. Could a slow start actually be just what he - and the rest of us - really need? Read More