Jordan Spieth is conspicuously absent from the Junior Players Championship this week.
Here’s a stat from the department of ridiculousness:
The day’s most compelling story fell short in the drama department.
It’s an exhausted old adage, but nothing really describes match play better than “expect the unexpected.”
Stacey Keating had a good week in Orlando recently.
Major props to Mallory Fraiche.
There are a few interesting match-ups in the first round.
Medalist Danielle Kang is following up with an equally up-and-down first-round match against Amelia Lewis.
Whatever way you cut it, either Jennifer Song or Lizette Salas will be eliminated from the U.S. Women’s Amateur on Thursday.
One of the most impressive – but somewhat unknown in the U.S. – players at last year's Women's Am was Australian Stephanie Na.
It's worth mentioning the damage that Old Warson is doing to this year's field.
Jennifer Song isn't too worried about an uncooperative driver.
It's tough to tell where the Women's Am cut will fall.
As the golf world prepares for the Women’s Amateur next week at Old Warson Country Club in St. Louis, Mo., many will assume there will be a teen who makes a run at the championship title. Last year, that was Erynne Lee.
Jennifer Song loves USGA championships.
As the country’s top-ranked junior golfer, Jordan Spieth is by default one of the faces of junior golf in America.
During yesterday’s semifinals, there was a strange incident as Jordan Spieth and Logan Harrell approached the 12th hole of the New Course at Trump National.
So much for the underdog.
When Donald Trump tells you he’s enjoyed watching you play, you must be doing something right.
The Golfweek/Titleist Junior Rankings of the four semifinalists in the U.S. Junior are: