Alvaro Ortiz can see himself in his brother’s Carlos shoes one day – playing on the Web.com Tour, leading the Tour’s regular season money list thanks to a three-win season and graduating to the PGA Tour.
Theo Humphrey got to play with two of the best amateurs in the world Saturday at the Dick's Sporting Good Collegiate Challenge Cup. And while he might not realize what he learned from that experience just yet, his match-play win Sunday taught him that he can play at a very high level.
Which conference is the best in the nation? Well, at the Dick’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup, where the SEC will play the ACC in a match-play showdown for “Top Conference” honors, it depends on who you ask.
With the opening weekend of college golf now in the rear view mirror, its now full throttle into the fall season. Eight action-packed weeks of college golf will make this new season a must-watch, writes Lance Ringler.
True Blue gave players at the Golfweek Program Challenge a green light to push the limits – perfect for the beginning of the season. And Jacksonville State's Tomasz Anderson took full advantage with a 12-under 60 in the final round.
On the road with Julie Williams for Golfweek Collegiate Series coverage, the rarity of men’s and women’s teams traveling together ups the ante at squads open their seasons at the Golfweek Program Challenge.
Tavistock Group, the parent company of Isleworth Golf and Country Club, has renamed the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational to the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational and has moved it to Lake Nona Golf and Country Club in Orlando, Fla.
They might have been rivals this spring, but for one glorious night this week, three young members of Vestavia Country Club – Stewart Jolly, Smylie Kaufman and Tom Lovelady – were united in an embrace as strong as any SEC allegiance.
James Blackwell, a kid phenom from upstate New York, was beating everyone imaginable in the game he fell in love with at an early age. It was in high school when his life would change forever. He injured his left hand in a car accident and thought he would never play the sport he loved again. With perseverance and strength, he got back to to playing golf full time, and earned a scholarship to Ball State University in an Muncie, Ind. Check out his full story in this video from Ball State Athletics Digital Sports.