Mike Weir has heard good things about the The Frys.com Open’s future home, but after winning the inaugural tournament in 2007 and finishing in a fourth-place tie last year, Weir is happy the tournament has at least one more year in the desert.
This past weekend the “Big Three” in women’s golf were in action at The Stanford Intercollegiate, but in the end only two of the three finished at the top.
Bids to host the 2012 NCAA Division I Men’s Championship aren’t due to the NCAA until Feb. 15, 2010, but Golfweek has learned that some impressive sites, including this year’s Solheim Cup course and a former major championship venue, will put their names in the hat to host the national championship.
Bradley S. Klein, Golfweek’s architecture editor, offers his opinion on one great hole.
The economy has slowed the pace, but not quality, of new designs. Bradley S. Klein takes a look at Golfweek’s Best New Courses.
The Prairie Club in the remote Nebraska Sandhills is likely to be the biggest domestic resort opening of 2010.
U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover took down his fellow major champions of 2009 at the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, closing with 5-under 66 to finish five shots ahead of Masters champion Angel Cabrera.
Got a little sideways on my way home to Florida from the Presidents Cup and ended up in Bandon, Ore., with some pals. Here are a couple of thoughts after playing all four courses at Bandon Dunes Resort.
The Nationwide Tour announced a new tournament Wednesday for October 2010. The Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open will be played at the TPC Sawgrass Dye’s Valley Course.
Justin Timberlake is an impressive young man. He is a worthy reincarnation of Bing Crosby – a singer who loves golf and attaches his name to a PGA Tour event, generating millions of dollars for charity.
Like most PGA Tour players, David Toms is proud of his alma mater. LSU will host the David Toms Intercollegiate on Monday-Tuesday, and Toms’ participation will go beyond just having his name on the tournament.
The No. 1 player on the Nationwide Tour money list receives an exemption into the following year’s Players Championship. Now the entire tour is headed to TPC Sawgrass, though likely not the famed Players Stadium Course.
The Robert Allenby-Anthony Kim saga has now blown over. But Jeff Rude still has a question: Doesn’t anyone stand by their conviction anymore?