The superstar grouping of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott didn't disappoint on Saturday. Neither did Sergio Garcia, as he leads by one over Robert Castro and Henrik Stenson. Check out today's action right here.
Reeve Whitson claims the Spanish Amateur crown with a 4-and-3 win over Neil Raymond, perhaps working toward playing in the Walker Cup for the Great Britain & Ireland team.
The Panama Claro Championship marked the beginning of the 2011 Nationwide Tour season.
Mathew Goggin won the Nationwide Tour’s season-opening Panama Championship, shooting a 2-under 68 on Sunday for a two-stroke victory over countryman Alistair Presnell and American Darron Stiles.
George Coetzee was having to pour in birdies just to keep pace and was wondering if his swing would hold up under pressure.
North Africa’s recent unrest hasn’t changed a U.S. mini-tour’s plans to host two events in the region. In light of massive political protests in Egypt and Tunisia, the eGolf Professional Tour still plans to visit Morocco for the Samanah Classic on March 6-9 in Marrakech and the El Jadida Classic on March 12-15 in El Jadida.
The Nationwide Tour’s 22nd season begins Thursday with the Panama Claro Championship at Panama Golf Club in Panama City.
With a steady hand down the stretch, and a deft wedge to tap-in range on the 18th, Hennie Otto cruised to a four-stroke victory Feb. 20 in the Dimension Data Pro-Am.
Australia’s Kristie Smith shot a 4-under 68 to overtake Italy’s Giulia Sergas and win the New Zealand Women’s Open on Sunday.
D.A. Points’ victory on one of America’s iconic courses earns him a tee time at another classic. By virtue of winning at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Points earned his first trip to Augusta National for the Masters in April.
Victory at the Dubai Desert Classic was there for the taking for Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy. But Alvaro Quiros sneaked in under the radar and stole the show – with the help of a hole-in-one.
The heat is on. On Tiger Woods, that is. Full blast. This week’s $2.5 million Dubai Desert Classic might just define how the former world No. 1 is going to play the rest of the year.
Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer now are No. 1 and No. 2, supplanting Tiger Woods from his perch atop golf's hierarchy. But both insist they want to topple Woods at his best. Here's hoping Woods can find his form at the Dubai Desert Classic, where all three will be paired together in the early rounds.
Tony Greer found enough spare time between the two to devise a world ranking for golfers, and it turned into more than a hobby. His system got the attention of Mark McCormack, the late founder of IMG who had been publishing his own rudimentary rankings in the annual "World of Professional Golf." Neither could have imagined how it would shape golf's growing landscape.
Put it this way, if I was a school teacher marking Tiger’s report card for his first two days in Dubai, my comment would read: Must try harder – a lot harder – with an E grade.
With the world’s top three golfers in the field, Alistair Tait lists five storylines to watch at the Dubai Desert Classic.
If we let golfers tee up every shot, swing clubs with “trampoline-powered” faces, toss their golf balls out of bunkers and putt into 15-inch cups, would golf still be golf?
Cold Arizona felt like the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field this week. And you can even find a faithful contingent of Cheeseheads – a.k.a. Packers fans. Count Mark Wilson among them at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
The USGA announced Saturday that it has joined the R&A in the existing World Amateur Golf Ranking and the new Women’s World Amateur Golf Ranking. What this means for top amateurs, male or female: Make it into the top 50 in the world and earn exemptions into all USGA amateur championships (for which a player is otherwise eligible).
After a pair of top players missed out last year, the U.S. Open has decided to rely more on the world ranking than the money list to fill its field.
A look back at the career of Jose Maria Olazabal, who will captain the 2012 European Ryder Cup team.
Take a look ahead at what will be some of the biggest stories of 2011 on the European Tour.
Jim Liu held a 3-up lead over Justin Thomas after the rain-soaked first half of the U.S. Junior finals. Liu went on to win 4 and 2 over Justin Thomas.
Louis Oosthuizen silenced any doubters Sunday by picking up his first major championship.
Asher Wildman sits down with Golfweek equipment expert Jim Achenbach to preview the 2011 PGA Merchandise Show.
Gary Player turned 75 on Nov. 1, 2010, but as he explains to Jeff Rude, he still feels 40 because of a focus on mind, soul and fitness.
Tournaments this week: Japan Women's Open (Japan LPGA), Tokai Classic (Japan Tour), Taiwan Masters (Asian Tour) and Viking Classic (U.S. PGA).
Tournaments this week: FedEx Cup Tour Championship (U.S. PGA Tour), Vivendi Cup (Euro Tour), Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open (Asian and Japan Tour) and Miyagi TV Cup Dunlop Ladies Open (JLPGA).
Tournaments this week: FedEx Cup roundup (U.S. PGA), ANA Open (Japan), Austrian Open (Euro), Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (Asian Tour) and Ladies Tokai Classic (Japan LPGA).
Tournaments this week: BMW Championship (U.S. PGA), KLM Open (European), NW Arkansas Championship (LPGA), Handa Singapore Classic (Asian), Hyundai Capital Invitational (Korea vs. Japan), Konica Minolta Cup (Japan LPGA).
Tournaments this week: Deutsche Bank Championship (U.S. PGA Tour), European Masters (Euro Tour), Fujisankei Classic (Japan Tour), Golf 5 Ladies (Japan LPGA) and Austrian Ladies Open (LET).
Tournaments this week: Ryder Cup qualifying at Johnnie Walker Championship (Euro Tour), The Barclays (U.S. PGA playoffs), Vana H Cup (Japan Tour), Thailand Open (OneAsia), U.S. Amateur and CN Canadian Open (LPGA).
Tournaments this week: Wyndham (U.S. PGA), Czech Open (Euro PGA), Cat Ladies (Japan LPGA), Safeway Classic (LPGA), Kansai Open (Japan Tour) and Masters Malaysia (Mercedes-Benz).
Sean Martin and Jeff Rude recap Friday’s action at the PGA Championship, where Matt Kuchar holds the clubhouse lead with half the field yet to complete their second round.
This week: U.S. PGA Championship, Ryder Cup qualifying down to the wire and Masters Singapore (Mercedes-Benz Tour).
Tournaments this week: WGC - Bridgestone Invitational, Turning Stone Resort Championship (U.S. PGA) and Selangor Masters (Asian Tour).
Tournaments this week: Women's British Open, U.S. Senior Open, Greenbrier (U.S. PGA), Irish Open (European Tour), Sun Chlorella (Japan Tour) and Brunei Open (Asian Tour).
Golf legend Gary Player sits down with Jeff Rude to reflect on the British Open at St. Andrews, and to discuss Tom Watson's great performance last year.
Tournaments this week: Open Championship at St. Andrews, Reno-Tahoe Open (U.S. PGA), Singha E-San Open (Mercedes-Benz Tour) and Stanley Ladies (Japan LPGA).
Tournaments this week: AT&T National (U.S. PGA), French Open (European), Toshin (Japan), Jamie Farr (LPGA) and Indonesia Open (OneAsia) and more.
The U.S. Open, the British Amateur, LPGA's ShopRite Classic, Nichirei Ladies (Japan).