Andy Zunz

Royal Trophy postponed days before set date

The Royal Trophy, which is a Ryder Cup-style event featuring teams from Europe and Asia, was postponed Tuesday two days before it was set to begin.

U.S. Junior headed to Inverness Club in 2019

The 2019 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship will be played at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.

Champions Tour 2015 schedule includes new event

The Champions Tour announced its 26-event schedule for 2015 on Wednesday.

Sorenstam plans first European course project

ANNIKA Course Design, Annika Sorenstam's golf course architecture company, plans to open a course in Estonia in 2019.

Women's college roundtable: Wrapping up the fall

The fall portion of the women's college golf season is in the books, and Golfweek's college golf experts look back and debate who the best team of the fall was, what was the best storyline and much more.

Watson makes rap music video as Bubba Claus

Bubba Watson released a music video of him rapping under the guise of "Bubbaclause."

Men's college roundtable: Wrapping up the fall

With the fall season wrapped up, Golfweek's college golf experts look back at the fall college golf season to debate which team was the best, who was the best player and much more.

Web.com Tour Q-School: Fritsch extends lead

Brad Fritsch opened up a six-consecutive lead at Web.com Tour Q-School after a second-straight round of 7-under 65.

Dru Love represents Tide at Father/Son Challenge

Dru Love played alongside his father, Davis Love III, at the PNC Father/Son Challenge and found himself hitting his tee shots well past the major winner.

Westwood outlasts Kaymer for win in Thailand

Lee Westwood shot a 5-under 67 on the final day of the Asian Tour's Thailand Golf Championship, besting Martin Kaymer and Marcus Fraser by one stroke.

With or without power, Nicklaus commands crowd

Jack Nicklaus teamed up with his son Jack Nicklaus II during the first round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge and found that while the power that made him so good on the PGA Tour has left him, he still commands the crowd's attention and respect.

Players to watch: Web.com Tour Q-School

Status for the 2015 Web.com Tour season will be on the line Thursday through Tuesday at Web.com Tour Q-School, where former college standouts Cameron Wilson and Trey Mullinax will tee it up.

Tee times: Franklin Templeton Shootout, first round

Tee times and pairings for the 2014 Franklin Templeton Shootout at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla.

Bradley succeeds with counterbalanced putter

Keegan Bradley used a counterbalanced putter rather than his typical anchored putter at the Hero World Challenge, and excelled with the flat stick, finishing tied for third.

Video: One-armed golfer Morrissey meets Tiger

Tommy Morrissey, a 3-year-old golfer born without most of his right arm, met Tiger Woods earlier this week at the Hero World Challenge in this Fox Sports video.

Jack Nicklaus to receive Congressional Gold Medal

The United States Congress passed legislation to award the Congressional Gold Medal to golf legend Jack Nicklaus.

Video: Woods takes cuts before Thursday return

The Tiger Woods Foundation posted a Vine of Woods taking cuts Monday, just a few days before he's set to return to action at the Hero World Challenge in Orlando, Fla.

Auburn's Kim Evans to receive WGCA's top honor

The Women's Golf Coaches Association named Auburn head coach Kim Evans the 2015 Gladys Palmer Meritorious Service Award recipient.

A look back at Tiger's five World Challenge wins

With Tiger Woods set to return to competitive golf Thursday at the Hero World Challenge in Orlando, Fla., we take a look back at his five wins at the World Challenge from 2001-2011.

Pro golfers react to wild college football rivalry week

PGA Tour golfers and some other notable names in the golfing world took to Twitter to react to a wild rivalry week in college football.