It's not often a golfer switches equipment in the middle of a big tournament. Saturday at the Junior Invitational, Marco Penge was the exception -- changing drivers before his final round at Sage Valley.
Eighth-grader Carson Ownbey helped Christ School overcome the absence of Clemson commit Jonathan Rector by carding a 3-over 75 Thursday and helping his team qualify for the championship flight at the Palmetto High School Invitational
Forsyth Country Day School's Gray Townsend decided to walk on at SMU after being granted a release from his national letter of intent with Furman in February. Now, his focus is back on helping his high school team to another state title.
Yani Tseng is the latest in a contingent of LPGA and PGA Tour players to sign their name to an AJGA event. Tseng, along with the Taiwan-based Swinging Skirts Golf Foundation, will host the Yani Tseng Invitational from 2014-16 in southern California.
For now, Sarabande Golf Club looks more like a motocross track than a golf course. But by the end of August, Ben Pauluhn hopes it will provide students at Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy a one-of-a-kind practice experience.
Janie Jackson can pound the ball better than most on the junior girls circuit. So why hasn't the blonde bomber garnered headlines? She says it is all about her chipping and putting. And horrible timing, says our <strong>Ryan Lavner.</strong>
Emma Talley’s junior golf days may be waning, but she hasn’t slowed in her collection of accolades. The Alabama commit won her fourth consecutive AJGA event Monday at the AJGA Girls Championship, setting the record for most victories in succession on the elite junior circuit.
Gavin Hall returned to junior golf Tuesday after a lingering wrist injury kept him sidelined. Even with the layoff, there were coaches lined up waiting to see the 16-year-old talent. <strong>Ryan Lavner</strong>
The perfect ending to a brilliant junior career, Jordan Spieth won his second U.S. Junior title with a victory over Chelso Barrett. The winner couldn’t help but look back and peer ahead. <strong>Ryan Lavner</strong>
Adam Ball played his final five holes in SIX under par to close out Juan Yumar and move into the quarterfinals of the U.S. Junior Amateur. <strong>Ryan Lavner</strong> recaps that and the rest of the day's action.
This Pinewood Prep sophomore is not intimidated by the male-dominated field. Golfweek.com follows the 2010 U.S. Girls' Junior runner-up through her qualifying round at the Palmetto High School Golf Championship.