Stories by Steve
Nobody will confuse The Course at Sewanee as architect Gil Hanse’s magnum opus, but his minimalist reputation fits right in with a layout featuring "such perfect rolls on top of a mountain," he says.
Ohio State's offense fizzles, but the golf scene piles up the points in Columbus, Ohio.
says two courses near Zanesville, Ohio form an unusual pairing that helps make the town a golf destination.
Longaberger, Golfweek’s No. 1 public-access course in Ohio, and nearby EagleSticks form an uncommon pairing that helps make Zanesville, Ohio - of all places - a golf destination.
Donnie Darr isn't quite ready to proclaim this year's Ohio State men's team on a par with last year's Buckeyes.
Loritz Clark spent enough time on the business side of golf to know how to sell his new gig. Schedule and location.
Kentucky Bourbon Trail
There's a fine blend of spirits and golf worth savoring on Kentucky's Bourbon Trail. Steve Harmon explains.
Florida State at USF Invite
Florida State coach Trey Jones defended his decision to pull out of the demanding John Hayt Invitational and play his team a week later at the USF Invitational.
MTSU running away at USF
Wearing green ribbons in recognition of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Hunter Green and his Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders lead the USF Invitational.
explains why the Brickyard Collegiate has become a can’t-miss event.
In most places, college golf suffers from a lack of identity. Not here in Macon. And not during Brickyard Week. Steve Harmon explains.
Georgia wins at Brickyard
Led by Russell Henley, Georgia held off NCAA champion Augusta State to win the Brickyard Collegiate on Oct. 10. Steve Harmon reports.
Benefit honors giving coach
Mickey Fisher viewed a golf course with an educator’s eye. It was a place for life’s lessons: rules, etiquette and sportsmanship. Steve Harmon explains.
Meet Jon Podany
Jon Podany, the LPGA’s new chief marketing officer, is a former Procter & Gamble man. He’ll need to tap that experience to create some brand magic for the tour.
Wood focuses on golf's future
After more than a half-century in golf, Bill Wood has come full circle. Retirement just signals a new beginning for the Cincinnati Country Club pro, who is building a future for golf’s next generation.
Golf fit Abie Gordon like his dress blues. The game’s orderliness appealed to him. Do this here; don’t do that there.
Doug Martin knows what it takes to win at the college level. He’s trying to pass along that lesson to his University of Cincinnati men’s team.
Missouri’s golf program experienced a week of extraordinary highs and lows.
Hold on to your visors and grab your trusty lob wedge, the postseason is here.
To sports fans in Cincinnati, the annual Crosstown Shootout represents one of the city’s grand traditions.