Fred Funk is handling his various ailments with humor.
Juli Inkster really has reason to dance now.
Kristy McPherson just gave fans at home a taste of her South Carolinian spirit with her ace prediction.
Michelle Wie saw the masses, heard the chants and knew this was going to be a special day no matter where her shots landed.
Quirky. That’s an adjective often used to describe Rich Harvest Farms.
It was painfully slow Friday at the Solheim Cup. And that’s a shame, says Jim McCabe. The LPGA deserves better, especially in the midst of its most forgettable season.
There’s an Aussie driving the U.S. team cart.
I’m glad I’m not at this year’s Solheim Cup. Watching professional golfers take six hours to play four-ball matches isn’t my idea of fun.
How ’bout this for a list-minute catch?
Suzann Pettersen hired Maria Hjorth’s husband, Shaun McBride, to carry her bag this week. Her regular looper, David Brooker, is awaiting the birth of his third child.
And you thought the play today was slow ... try driving in. There were plenty of horror stories from folks trying to make their way into the parking lot here at Rich Harvest Farms.
Tiger Woods entered The Barlcays on Friday, an indication that the world’s No. 1 player plans to compete in all four FedEx Cup playoff events for the first time.
Peter Hedblom shot a second straight 4-under 66 Friday to share the lead with defending champion Darren Clarke at 8 under halfway through the KLM Open.
Top-ranked Lorena Ochoa is among those in the field for next week’s Safeway Classic at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.
When the PGA Tour returns to Marana, Ariz., in February for the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in February, the players and sponsors will have some new accommodations.
Shocked. That’s the best way to describe my reaction to Beth Daniel’s afternoon lineup.
The last match of the day will get started at 3:25 p.m. With the morning matches taking nearly six hours to complete, don’t look for them to finish. The final match was originally scheduled for 2:15 p.m.