<strong>Ohio Valley Conference men's preview:</strong> David Lawrence once dreamed of being a big-league baseball player, but after a pair of high school injuries, Eastern Illinois has benefited from his new passion: golf.
<strong>Big West Conference men's golf preview</strong>: The goal of any player is to improve with each season and Chris Russo of Cal State Northridge is a great example of that, earning his first collegiate win this fall.
Things looked grim for Oregon last fall, but with the addition of freshman Rak Cho and Eugene Wong's (pictured) return to form, the Ducks are three-for-three this season. <strong>College Notebook</strong>
<em>Golfweek</em> spent the day behind the scenes with Tiger Woods and EA Sports as they worked on the 2013 version of their best-selling video game. <strong>D.J. Piehowski</strong> talks about a different Tiger than you are used to seeing on TV.
As the junior season comes to a close, <em>Golfweek</em> takes a look at the Junior Invitational, which in its first year of operation became the country's top-ranked junior event. And an invitation here got you much more than a tee time.
Georgia Tech All-American J.T. Griffin has decided to forgo his chances of making the U.S. Walker Cup team. Griffin turned professional last week and will make his pro debut at this week’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational in Columbus, Ohio.
The youngest player in the field this week at Congressional? That'd be Beau Hossler, 16, who is hoping to turn junior success into a stellar debut at the U.S. Open. <strong>D.J. Piehowski</strong> explains.
The die-hard golf fans will be tuning in to the U.S. Open regardless of who happens to be in the lead, but here are 10 storylines that just might draw in golf’s casual viewers in a Tiger-less major and give the regulars something to talk about.
AJGA Invitational season kicks off this weekend with the HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods and the Annika Invitational. <strong>D.J. Piehowski</strong> and <strong>Julie Williams</strong> provide a preview.
If any players at the final stage of PGA Tour Qualifying School are looking for ways to occupy their time off the course this week, Chris Tidland probably could offer some ideas. He’s been through the drill a few times.