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.
Chasing his second major title, Martin Kaymer starts Sunday at the U.S. Open in control of his destiny at Pinehurst -- while Erik Compton, Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson give chase. Follow the highlights right here!
Martin Kaymer posted a 65 to start the U.S. Open with the lead – and a record for an Open round at Pinehurst No. 2 at that despite an afternoon tee time. He hits the course early Friday to try and expand that margin.
Augusta National's par-3 12th looks like a cupcake on paper. So why was it the second-toughest hole Thursday at the Masters? You can ask Brandt Snedeker, Adam Scott, Charl Schwartzel and . . . well the list keeps going.
Instead of letting a trio of stumbles at Amen Corner derail his round, Brandt Snedeker remained patient at Augusta National and fired a 2-under 70 to be in the thick of things heading into the second round.
Brandt Snedeker gain positive thoughts about his putting in advance of the Masters while improving his ranking to 76th as he left Bay Hill -- where he tied for eighth to earn his first top-10 finish of the season.
A day after shooting 10-under 62 to tie the tournament record, Adam Scott added to his lead Friday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Friday's second round at Bay Hill.
No. 4 Bobby Jones bracket seed Brandt Snedeker takes on David Lynn at 12:45 p.m. EST in the first round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play, with Snedeker looking find the form of his two-win 2013 season in the wake of two missed cuts in his last three starts.
Jordan Spieth has re-defined the expression “making all the right moves” since leaving the University of Texas early in his sophomore year – and is looking beyond his rookie-of-the-year season on PGA Tour.
While Phil Mickelson and Brandt Snedeker struggled after recent victories, and Rory McIlroy played to level par, Webb Simpson made eight birdies in his Bridgestone debut to take the first-round lead at Firestone.
Brandt Snedeker is 32. That happens to be the same age as Adam Scott and Justin Rose were when they won the first two majors of the year. And Snedeker is a big believer in omens. Now the American just needs to go out and perform.
Our staff of experts took a look at the Open Championship field and made their predictions for a favorite, underdog to watch and the low amateur. To no surprise, Tiger Woods registered on a couple of radars.
The two most famous and accomplished active golfers, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, may have won in exclamatory fashion in consecutive weeks on the PGA Tour, but the blooming of Brandt Snedeker stands out as the game’s most compelling story of 2013.
Seems as though Brandt Snedeker was tired of finishing second place. Snedeker fired a 7-under 65 on Sunday to clear Chris Kirk by two shots to win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. See how it happened.
Notebook: Having posted a morning 70 to sit at 3 under, just one off the lead, Brandt Snedeker birdied four of the first six holes in the afternoon and at 6 under he shared the lead at one point, led by himself at another. Then, he stumbled backward.