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Omega introduces Ryder Cup-inspired watch

Omega, the official watch of Team USA, has engineered a special version of its Seamaster Aqua Terra 150m, inspired by Ryder Cup.

Q&A: Snedeker talks college golf, the R&A, more

Brandt Snedeker is supporting his alma mater this week, Vanderbilt, at the Collegiate Challenge Cup at his home course - the Golf Club of Tennessee. He talked everything from college golf to the R&A Golf Club in this Q&A.

Preview: '14 Collegiate Challenge Cup

A preview for the Dick’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup, a stroke- and match-play event all in one, which is set to take place for a second consecutive year at the Golf Club of Tennessee.

Oshrine honors late father with 1st collegiate win

Matt Oshrine’s first collegiate victory at The Doc Gimmler on Sept. 13 was special because it was in honor of his late father, Michael, who introduced him to the game as a young child.

NCAA Championship format change approved

The recommended format changes to the 2015 men’s and women’s NCAA Championship have been approved by the D-I Championships Cabinet on Monday.

Bert LaMar's Iliac Golf fashion line

Bert LaMar had his hand in the skateboard-and-snowboard clothing business before making the move to golf. LaMar fell in love with the sport and decided to start a fashion line: Iliac Golf.

USF's Koepka wins in 1st start after injury

After not playing golf for most of the summer, Chase Koepka came out firing at The Invitational at the Ocean Course to win the first start of his junior year -- leading South Florida to a team victory, too.

Illinois rallies to win Fighting Illini Invitational

With the best team round of the tournament, Illinois came back to win its own Fighting Illini Invitational at Olympia Fields Sunday.

Baylor leads by 8 at Olympia Fields

Less than five days after winning their season-opening tournament at the Gopher Invitational, the Baylor Bears lead by eight at the Fighting Illini Invitational. 3 players tied for the lead in Columbus

Three players – Justin Thomas, Derek Fathauer and Richard Sterne – are tied for the lead after three rounds of the Tour’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship.

Rahm praised on Twitter by Jack Nicklaus

Jon Rahm is receiving some pretty high praise from Jack Nicklaus after setting the World Amateur Team Championship individual scoring record in Japan on Saturday.

Wattel takes 3-shot lead at Euro Tour's KLM Open

France’s Romain Wattel will take a three-shot lead into the final round of the European Tour’s KLM Open after a third-round 64 in The Netherlands.

USA clinches WATC by 2 over Canada

Team USA held off Team Canada to clinch the Eisenhower Trophy at the 29th biannual World Amateur Team Championship on Saturday at Karuizawa (Japan) 72 East for a two-shot win.

Ireland to host WATC in 2018

The International Golf Federation selected Ireland as the site of the 2018 World Amateur Championships, which will be played at the Carton House in Maynooth. Fathauer continues to lead in Columbus

Derek Fathauer continues to lead at the Tour’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship after a second-round 69.

Virginia Tech, Cone lead at Olympia Fields

Lead by senior Trevor Cone, Virginia Tech sits atop the leaderboard after the first round of the Olympia Fields / Fighting Illini Invitational.

Larrazabal (62) leads at Euro Tour's KLM Open

Pablo Larrazabal shot a course-record 8-under 62 in the second round of the KLM Open at Kennemer (Netherlands) Golf and Country Club to take a two-shot lead.

Lincicome takes one-shot lead at Evian

Brittany Lincicome fired a bogey-free 6-under 65 in the second round of The Evian Championship to take a one-shot lead over South Korea’s Hyo Joo Kim.

Young players rally for Virginia in season-opening win

When a team’s best player isn't in the lineup, it leaves the head coach wondering what’s going to happen. That didn't bother Virginia players as they went out and won the Northern Intercollegiate.

Shirley, others advance at U.S. Women's Mid-Am

After becoming the first medalist to shoot to consecutive rounds in the 60s at the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship, Margaret Shirley won her Round of 64 on Monday.