Extending a sponsorship agreement that began in 1999 and is one of the PGA Tour's longest running, the deal takes effect after the 2014 Sony Open to be held Jan. 9-12 at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu.
Congress is considering a bill that would strip the tax-exempt status of sports leagues, potentially affecting how the PGA Tour and LPGA do business.
Pro Links Sports orchestrated an 11th-hour deal that paired sponsor Valspar Corp. with PGA Tour's Tampa event, keeping the tournament at Innisbrook Resort on the schedule.
Elevating its role in Tiger Woods' tournament, Northwestern Mutual announced it will serve as title sponsor of this year's event in Thousand Oaks, Calif. The Northwestern Mutual World Challenge, scheduled for Dec. 5-8, offers a $1 million payout to the champion.
The R&A fell short of its attendance goals at the Open Championship at Muirfield, with 142,036 fans taking in the action over the week. Its initial goal was 160,000, with hopes of 170,000.
Casey Martin's latest dispute over the use of a cart has resulted in the USGA promising him one at any of its events. But he's still awaiting a public apology from the association.
The Boston lawyer representing nine PGA Tour players who anchor said none of his clients has yet expressed an intent to sue the Tour for deciding to abide by the anchoring ban.
Poor weather conditions in regions stretching from America's Heartland to the Mid-Atlantic contributed to rounds played in the U.S. falling 23 percent in March, according to an industry report.
In a Q&A with Golfweek's Adam Schupak, Steve Mona, executive director of the World Golf Foundation, outlines the industry's five-year plan to grow participation to 30 million by 2017.
The PGA Tour Latinoamerica has gained NEC Corp. as an umbrella sponsor, a milestone deal underscoring the circuit's potential and the region's promise for golf and industry.
An estimated 44.3 million viewers watched all, or part, of the Masters weekend coverage – the second-largest audience for the tournament's final rounds in the past 12 years, according to CBS Sports.
IMG Worldwide has acquired IGP Sports & Entertainment Group, a South Florida-based company with golf holdings that includes management of the PGA Tour's The Honda Classic.
Opposition to the proposed ban on the anchored stroke surfaced Monday night in two key meetings on the PGA Tour.
Golfweek interviews key personnel involved in the hiring of the PGA of America's new CEO and reveals how Pete Bevacqua emerged as the best man for the job.
PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem heard another presentation by the USGA about the proposed anchoring ban. According to sources, he was hardly impressed.
R&A chief executive Peter Dawson responds to public outcry about planned changes to the Old Course, saying much of the reaction is "ill-informed."
Citing concerns about hurting the game's growth, PGA of America president Ted Bishop urges golf's governing bodies to reconsider a proposed ban on anchoring.
What long had been anticipated finally happened: The game's ruling bodies proposed banning the anchoring of a golf club – not only putters, but any club – beginning Jan. 1, 2016.
The LPGA's future in Prattville, Ala., becomes uncertain with tournament sponsor Navistar ending its relationship with the event.
Peter Bevacqua – a former USGA executive, and most recently, the head of CAA Sports' golf division – was appointed chief executive of the PGA of America.