News for Monday, June 22, 2009
Lizette Salas, a rising junior at USC, shot 4-under 68 Monday to take the first-round lead in the stroke-play stage of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links.
Phil Mickelson made two late bogeys to finish second in the U.S. Open, then headed home to be with his family.
Turnstile Publishing Co., parent of Golfweek magazine, has acquired a custom-publishing business – a move that diversifies Turnstile’s media assets and complements its industry-leading golf franchise.
No one will be rooting for Phil Mickelson to make a Monday charge more than his wife, Amy. But a close second?
Lucas Glover used his Nike SQ Sumo SQD Tour driver to hit the fairways at soggy Bethpage.
Worth noting as the leader Lucas Glover heads to the back nine in the final round.
Lucas Glover and Ricky Barnes are doing what many thought they would – struggle in the final-round limelight at the U.S. Open.
Tiger Woods is on the move.
In a final hour packed with emotion, Lucas Glover played a steady hand to win the U.S. Open.
Ricky Barnes needed only a few words to perfectly summarize his week – make that, week and one day – at the U.S. Open.
After tying for second at the 109th U.S. Open, David Duval feels like he is nearing his old form. Now it's time to keep moving forward.
Two years ago, many felt Drew Weaver’s win at the British Amateur Championship was worthy enough to land him a spot on the 2007 U.S. Walker Cup team.
Ryan Hybl has been named men’s head golf coach at the University of Oklahoma.
More to Open champ than meets the eye.
Thomas fires 29 on way to AJGA victory.
Jewish clubs, like private clubs in general, are struggling. The abundance of high-quality, public-access courses, a tough economy and changing consumer values are contributing to their plight. But Inwood Country Club and others are pursuing new strategies to survive.
“Cocooning” very well could be killing private golf clubs. The term reflects people’s desire to spend more time with loved ones. And it’s a 180-degree turn from the days when men escaped their wives and children and dashed to their clubs for male bonding.
Kim won Rolex Girls in playoff.
Sixteen amateurs competed in this year’s U.S. Open, the most since 1981, when 18 teed it up at Merion Golf Club.
with his top 3 candidates to fill the head men's coaching job at UCF.
In the next step to get golf included in the 2016 Olympics, International Golf Federation executives made a pitch for their sport June 15 before the International Olympic Committee’s Executive Board.
The PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship will offer Web coverage that enables fans to watch live streaming video and interact in real time.
it’s much better for the average player hitting driver from the middle tees than for the U.S. Open golfer laying up from the back.
At first glance, Eric Adelson’s retelling of Michelle Wie’s erratic young career looks like it will be a breezy two-hour read. But it quickly becomes apparent that the book will, in the immortal words of Donald Rumsfeld, become a “long, hard slog.”
The prettiest shots on “The Haney Project,” Golf Channel’s tragi-comic reality show, don’t fly off Charles Barkley’s club face. They appear in the backdrop of the opening credits, as Haney’s hapless student hacks his way around a tree-lined layout, duck-hooking drives into astounded crowds.
Stone Canyon Golf Club, a Greg Norman design, opened last month in Independence, Mo.