News for Wednesday, December 9, 2009
The Nationwide Tour is headed to Bogota, Colombia, next year for its first tournament in South America.
The PGA Tour has picked up its third new title sponsor of the year with an announcement that Waste Management will be sponsor of the Phoenix Open starting next year.
explains why discussions about college golfers and sports betting became heated at the GCAA convention.
It came as no surprise that the subject of sports wagering among student-athletes was on the agenda during the NCAA Compliance Seminar at this week’s Golf Coaches Association of America Convention at the Riviera Hotel.
Shadow Creek Golf Club and Fallen Oak Golf Club top the 2009 Golfweek's Best Casino Courses
When images of Barbro Holmberg being rushed to the hospital were broadcast around the world, it was the first glimpse many had ever had of Tiger Woods' mother-in-law.
Inside the Dec. 12-19, 2009 issue of Golfweek
Brimming with rich history, endless recreation, amazing amenities and truly exceptional golf – mere minutes from Florida’s sun-drenched Atlantic coast – World Golf Village is undoubtedly the Sunshine State’s most unique golf destination.
USC men’s coach Chris Zambri was named the United States coach for the 2010 Palmer Cup.
Maria Hjorth shot a 6-under 66 Wednesday in the first round of the Dubai Ladies Masters, and Michelle Wie was three strokes behind in a three-way tie for fifth.