Craig Hocknull, originally from Australia, is the first Southwest Section PGA member to win the Arizona Open since 2000.
In a week that saw a golf course eat some of the world's best golfers alive, it might be surprising to see that four amateurs are among those who will play the final 36 holes at Merion Golf Club. Until you read their impressive amateur resumes.
Casie Cathrea claimed victory at the inaugural Women’s Porter Cup. The Oklahoma State incoming freshman won on Friday with a final-round 2-over 73 in the rain-shortened 36-hole tournament for a total of 4-under 138.
A closing even-par round of 72 carried amateur Tom Werkmeister to a two-shot victory over defending champion and mini-tour pro Barrett Kelpin.
Evan Harmeling captures the 2013 Massachusetts Open Championship in a playoff – and says he will donate his winnings to One Fund Boston.
Heavy rains and casual water on the course canceled Thursday's play at the Monroe Invitational. Tournament officials said the tournament would be shortened to a 54-hole event.
On Thursday, the Women's Porter Cup went from a two-hour weather delay at 8:30 a.m. to play being cancelled for the day.
The 2009 Michigan Amateur champion, Tom Werkmeister has won each of the state's major amateur titles and leads pro Barrett Kelpin by one entering the Michigan Open's final round.
Dressed in orange and black on Wednesday, it’s no secret where Casie Cathrea is heading in the fall. The Oklahoma State signee shot an opening-round bogey-free 6-under 65 at Niagara Falls Country Club to take a three-shot lead after the first round of the Women’s Porter Cup.
Ever wondered how to set up a golf course? Brittany Henderson, the new assistant professional at Niagara Falls Country Club and four-year letter winner at Coastal Carolina, got the opportunity to set up the course this morning for the first Women’s Porter Cup.
Andy Ruthkoski of Muskegon started the second round of the Michigan Open Championship wanting to catch first-round leader Tom Werkmeister of Kentwood by the end of the day. He was successful.
During the U.S. Open, USGA president Glen Nager unveiled a pace-of-play public-education campaign designed to combat one of the most significant threats to the game.
The rain was relentless, but so was Tom Werkmeister in taking a three-shot lead during the first round of the 2013 Michigan Open Championship.
The power of the Porter Cup name. This week, the inaugural Women’s Porter Cup takes place at Niagara Falls Country Club in Lewiston, N.Y., to help promote the women’s game.
The U.S. Palmer Cup squad didn't take its collective foot off the gas on Sunday at the Wilmington Golf Club, securing the title behind more dominating play in a 20.5-9.5 thrashing of Europe.
Neil Raymond used a final-round, 3-under 69 to capture the St. Andrews Links Trophy and likely secure a spot on Europe's Walker Cup squad in September.
After going 4.5-0.5 in the morning four-ball session, the U.S. picked up six more points in the afternoon singles play to take a commanding 11.5-3.5 Palmer Cup lead over Europe.
Nicholas Reach birdied the second hole of a sudden-death playoff with Scott Strohmeyer to kick off his summer with a win at the Palmetto Amateur at the par-70 Palmetto Golf Club in Aiken, S.C.
Max Orrin has given the Great Britain & Ireland Walker Cup selectors something to think about recently with two wins. He could make them think just a little bit harder by winning the St. Andrews Links Trophy.
Sam Love's 65 during a rainy Thursday lifted him to the lead at the Palmetto Amateur, 1 ahead of Scott Strohmeyer and Carson Jacobs.
Here are images from sectional qualifying for the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion.
Check out photos from the first round of the 2013 Jones Cup in Sea Island, Ga.
Check out images from our Tracy Wilcox at Oceanside Country Club in Ormond Beach, Fla.
View images from Round 1 on Wednesday of the 86th Annual South Atlantic Amateur at Oceanside Country Club in Ormond Beach, Fla.
From the dramatic Walker Cup to Patrick Cantlay's success on the PGA Tour to Kelly Kraft's big win at the U.S. Amateur, the year that was in amateur golf.
The morning after the the 2011 HP Byron Nelson Tournament an exhausted Jordan Spieth met with Golfweek for a portrait session and instruction piece at Honors Golf Club in Dallas, TX.
Check out images from the second day of action at Royal Aberdeen in Scotland.
A look at images from Day 1 at the 2011 Walker Cup in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Take a look at Royal Aberdeen in Scotland, the site of the 2011 Walker Cup.
Check out images of the match between Moriya Jutanugarn and Danielle Kang.
Take a look at the semifinal matches at Rhode Island Country Club.
Check out images from the first round of match play at Rhode Island Country Club.
A look at the scene at Rhode Island Country Club.
Check out images from Rhode Island Country Club.
Golfweek's Local Legend, Dave Ragaini photographed in his home in Lecanto, Fla., at Black Diamond Ranch.
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.
Images from the quarterfinals and semifinals at the U.S. Junior Amateur.
Jordan Spieth and Curtis Thompson lost in the Round of 32 on a wild, weather-plagued day at the U.S. Junior.
Curtis Thompson held on in the first match of the day to beat 14-year-old, Scottie Scheffler, 3 and 1.
Curtis Thompson shot a second round 66 at Egypt Valley Country Club to edge Jordan Spieth and Gavin Hall for medalist honors.
Asher Wildman runs into Emmy Award-Winning Sportscaster Joe Buck at the U.S. Women's Amateur at Old Warson Country Club in St. Louis. Find out who Joe thinks is going to win!