In following the R&A’s lead, the U.S. Golf Association has approved the use of distance-measuring devices for all USGA amateur championships and qualifying events beginning in 2014.
Pace of play has been a long standing issue at every level of golf. The USGA announced that it is introducing a series of educational tools designed to educate the golfing community on the factors that influence the time it takes to play the game.
Joe Munsch, CEO of Dallas-based course operator, applauds the USGA's campaign to fight slow play. But he says the key to success is working together, not pointing blame.
When the USGA and R&A settle the anchoring debate, don't expect the decision to come down to a popularity contest. In fact, it's fair to anticipate the proposed ban taking effect.
The U.S. Golf Association announced the sectional qualifying sites for the 2013 U.S. Open Championship. The 11 U.S. sectional qualifying sites will be conducted over 36 holes on June 3. Japan and England will host international qualifying on May 27.
On a day that most Tour professionals, like Keegan Bradley, don't look forward to, there are those who are simply living out a dream to try and make the U.S. Open - like Kris Kitt and Kaikala Wilson.
The U.S. players competing in this week’s U.S. Amateur are competing for more than just the Havemeyer Trophy. Sean Martin explains.
Who’s going to win the U.S. Amateur? It's anyone’s guess. Golfweek’s writers, who will be covering the event, weigh in with their predictions.
Beth Ann Baldry, Asher Wildman and Julie Williams make their picks for the U.S. Women’s Amateur.
Golfweek.com is at Charlotte (N.C.) Country Club to bring you an up-close look at the 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur. Check back daily as Golfweek.com brings you all the action.
Golfweek.com is on the ground at Egypt Valley CC and the CC of North Carolina to bring you an up-close look at the 2010 U.S. Junior Amateur and U.S. Girls’ Junior.
Paula Creamer, seeking her first major title, has maintained her three-shot lead in the U.S. Women’s Open after completing the final five holes of her third round.
Paula Creamer headlines the list of Americans who could bring home the U.S. Women’s Open trophy Sunday. Beth Ann Baldry explains who among Creamer’s compatriots could also get the job done.
Can Alexis Thompson win the U.S. Women’s Open on Sunday? Her father/caddie, Scott, thinks so. And after an impressive round Saturday, she’ll have a chance at history at Oakmont.
Paula Creamer, considered the best LPGA player who hasn’t won a major, is moving ever closer to erasing that title. Creamer will take a 3-shot lead into the final day of play at the U.S. Women’s Open.
Kelli Shean charged to the top of the U.S. Women’s Open leaderboard Thursday on a beastly Oakmont course. As Beth Ann Baldry writes, Shean has the kind of amateur story that makes this event special.
Temperatures were in the 90s. Michelle Wie was in the 80s. On a demanding day when tough old Oakmont Country Club illustrated again that playing par golf can be an achievement, only Brittany Lang was in the 60s.
The U.S. Women’s Open, which gets underway Thursday, has 29 amateurs in the field.
College golf will be well represented this week at Oakmont, site of the U.S. Women’s Open. A total of 15 players returning to college golf next fall are in the field.
Lizette Salas has two words to describe her 2-up victory on Kuriko Tsukiyama on Wednesday at the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links: Emotionally stressful. Julie Williams reports.
Team USA took a five-point lead during Day 2 of the Curtis Cup, winning all six matches at Essex County Club in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.