The world's largest sporting goods maker will transition out of golf clubs, balls and bags to focus on expanding its footwear and apparel business.
Nike is getting out of the golf equipment business, an announcement that is sure to send Tiger Woods searching for new clubs next season.
Joe Theismann, NFL Super Bowl champion quarterback, discusses his thoughts on the current market at the 27th annual American Century Celebrity Golf Championship Tournament.
Pro golfer Bubba Watson, shows "Squawk Alley" the first flying golf cart.
Gary Player, professional golfer, talks about his long-time friendship with Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, and weighs in on the British Open and women's professional golf.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports professional golfer Jordan Spieth has withdrawn from the Rio Olympics.
A number of big sports players make their biggest money off the court or field, namely through lucrative product endorsements.
The golfer says his health and family's health comes before anything else.
David Feherty, talks about his show on the Golf Channel.
Bubba Watson, pro golfer discusses the controversy at the U.S. Open, and the state of golf.
The world number six player snags his first grand slam crown after surviving a controversial intervention by officials.
More than 168 professional golf caddies have filed an appeal seeking to overturn a ruling that dismissed a $50 million lawsuit against the PGA tour.
The 2016 U.S. Open tees off Thursday at Oakmont, Pennsylvania. But for top golfers, the real money is earned away from the green.
Bob Parsons, GoDaddy and Parsons Xtreme Golf Founder, discusses his high-end golf business and his thoughts on the ongoing saga with Gawker Media.
Discussing transitioning from golf as a sport to the business side of the game, is Annika Sorenstam, former professional golfer and World Golf Hall of Famer.
CNBC's Jane Wells looks into golfer Phil Mickelson's involvement in the Dean Foods insider trading scandal.
New York is charging former Dean Foods chairman Thomas Davis and pro gambler and investor William "Billy" Walters in regard to an insider trading scheme, and golfer Phil Mickelson was not charged, but was named in a civil suit. Seth Waxman, Dickinson Wright SEC enforcement, and John Coffee, Columbia University Law School, provide perspective.
Andrew Ceresney, Securities & Exchange Commission, holds a news conference to announce criminal charges in an insider trading case, and golfer Phil Mickelson's involvement.
Ailing Tiger Woods said Monday he hopes to return to competitive golf soon, but he did not give a specific timeline.
Graeme McDowell, professional golfer, discusses sponsorship opportunities and endorsement deals that usually follow a championship win, and his charity which raises millions of dollars for children's medical research.