This is a quiet time of year for college golfers, but there’s a couple performances worth noting.
Michael Jordan wore cargo pants to play a round of golf at the high-end La Gorce Country Club in Miami Beach. That’s a no-no.
Play the ball as it lies. Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander had a tough break on the golf course over the weekend when his ball landed on a tree stump.
Pat Perez is in contention while his wife is volunteering in tornado-stricken Alabama.
Golfweek special report: Lance Ringler has seen first-hand the effects of the .500 rule, which has prompted teams to pull out of a tournament in fear of dipping below .500. The potential solution? A contract, and a steep fine to back out of a tournament.
Ken Green played his first Champions Tour event Friday since losing his lower right leg 10 months ago. After partnering with Mike Reid for a 67, Green thinks this comeback is for real. Jeff Rude reports.
Three years to the day after becoming the No. 1 player in the world, Lorena Ochoa walked away from the LPGA on Friday. As Beth Ann Baldry writes, the Mexican star is at peace with the decision to focus on her family.
In looking at each of the All-America teams since 2000, I started thinking about who were the best among the best. And believe me, there were some darn good ones.
The pairings for Day 1 of the Walker Cup were announced Friday.
A few reporters in the media center commented that they had never seen or heard of midway BMW Championship contender Marc Leishman.
Upon studying the BMW Championship midway leaderboard, Tiger Woods and Padraig Harrington are in contention.
Away from the usual Tigermania, there’s a local lovefest at the BMW Championship.
Some people think the U.S. will win. Others think it will be the Great Britain & Ireland team that comes out on top.
Phil Mickelson is still on the fence about the BMW Championship.
International Presidents Cup captain Greg Norman, if he happens to be watching the Deutsche Bank Championship while out on the yacht today, at least has to be buoyed by two of his players showing some signs of life.
Here are the Junior Fantasy Golf results from the Junior Players Championship:
He’s not the captain, but if he were, Geoff Ogilvy knows where he’d be throwing one of his Presidents Cup picks.
Ladies and gentlemen, your Final Five in contention for the FedEx Cup championship . . . Tiger Woods, Steve Stricker, Jim Furyk (ho-hum), Heath Slocum (mild surprise) and Marc Leishman.
The last guys to get into the FedEx playoffs certainly are holding up their ends of the bargain in making the most of it.
Phil Mickelson made his 400th career Tour start Friday at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Where he makes his 401st is open to debate.
Longbow proved to be a challenge for some, but others stepped up their game in order to qualify for the Golfweek Junior Invitational.