News for Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Check out the Round 1 leaderboard at AT&T National.
Our David Dusek was on the range at Congressional to take a look at the latest equipment in bags of the players at AT&T National.
Our dynamic tandem of Beth Ann Baldry and Julie Williams have been on the ground at Sebonack all week and thought they'd offer up their U.S. Women's Open predictions.
Ben Griffin fired an 11-under 61 behind nine birdies and an eagle to take the 18-hole lead at the Dogwood Invitational.
Here are thumbnail bios for the 20 players who qualified from the PGA Professional National Championship at Sunriver (Ore.) Resort to compete in the 95th PGA Championship.
Sam Horsfield romped to an 11-shot victory at the Florida State Amateur, becoming the youngest winner in the 96-year history of the event.
After her participation in an early-week charity event in Rhode Island, Juli Inkster, 53, needed Wednesday's practice round, not for the repetition but because she was one of three players to land at Sebonack Golf Club mid-week.
Karinn Dickinson could have turned pro long ago, but the former University of Washington star chose to stay amateur to "grind on the game" and she feels more prepared for her pro future as a result.
Ken Duke enters the AT&T National at Congressional coming off of a refreshing victory at the Travelers Championship, the first Tour win for the 44-year-old Duke. He's among those looking to battle the former U.S. Open course this week in Bethesda, Md.
With three professional titles under her belt, Lydia Ko now sets her sights on becoming the youngest player to ever win an LPGA major.
It’s difficult to get to know Inbee Park. Not because she’s unpleasant but simply because she’s not one to divulge much information without significant prodding. Even with her exceptional run this last year, she’s still somewhat of an unknown.
The USGA announced that the 2016 U.S. Women's Open will be played at CordeValle in San Martin, Calif.
Tiger Woods doesn’t know if he’ll be 100 percent in time for the Open Championship, but he’ll be “good enough.”
Adam Scott, Jason Day and Hunter Mahan are all picks for this week at AT&T National.
Brooks Koepka was ready to pack up his sticks and head home, but roommate Peter Uihlein convinced him otherwise. The heart-to-heart led to Koepka's third Challenge Tour win, a graduation to the Euro Tour and a spot in the Open Championship.
A lawyer representing Gary Player says the golfer will oppose a claim of $1 million by his former caddie and business partner in South Africa for an unpaid loan.
Less than one week after Mike McGraw was relieved of his duties as head coach at Oklahoma State, he has found a new home. McGraw is expected to become the assistant coach at Alabama.