News for Monday, May 4, 2009
The British Open will return in 2013 to Muirfield, the links course on Scotland’s east coast where golf’s oldest championship has been played for more than a century.
Donald Trump expanded his golf holdings to the nation’s capital with his acquisition of Lowes Island Club.
Don’t worry, you’re not the only one wondering who to pick for their fantasy team this week. Phil Mickelson appears puzzled as well. The world’s best are gathered at TPC Sawgrass, leaving fantasy players with plenty of choices. We’re here to help.
The volume of rounds played in the U.S. was nearly flat at -0.2 percent in March compared with the same month a year ago, according to an industry report.
Nowhere in golf does a single little hole exercise such a tight grip on golfers.
Mike Griffin is resigning after 25 years as men’s golf coach at Auburn but will remain as director of golf, the university announced May 4.
Liberty Mutual reupped its sponsorship commitment to the Champions Tour’s Legends of Golf through 2014 and Delta Airlines extended its designation as the official airline of the PGA Tour, Champions Tour and Nationwide Tour through 2010.