Picking up right where he left off at the Walker Cup, Peter Uihlein led Oklahoma State to the 36-hole lead Sunday at the Ping/Golfweek Invitational.
Middle Tennessee rallied Sunday to win the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate in a playoff over South Carolina.
There was plenty of pressure to go around, what with Phil Mickelson trying to erase a deficit and chase down Tiger Woods, of all people, at the mega-rich Tour Championship.
And the winner is . . . Phil Mickelson, who finished with the low score? Or Tiger Woods, who took home the most money?
So what did we learn Sunday at the Tour Championship? That Tiger Woods is still the best and Phil Mickelson might be better than ever. As Sean Martin writes, bring on 2010.
Garrett Willis won the WNB Golf Classic on Sunday to lock up a spot next year on the PGA Tour, closing with a 4-under 68 for a one-stroke victory over Chad Collins at Midland Country Club.
Steve Stricker had a shot at $10 million. A muddy ball ruined his hopes.
Sophie Gustafson is finally an LPGA winner again, cruising to a four-stroke victory over top-ranked Lorena Ochoa in the CVS/pharmacy LPGA Challenge on Sunday.
Led by junior Macarena Silva, Florida State won the rain-shortened Bettie Lou Fall Invitational Sunday by five shots over Central Florida.
The par-4 18th hole at Gold Mountain Golf Club is relatively short – at least for the majority of these long-hitting college guys.
Michigan won its second event of the 2009-10 season Sunday at the the Wolverine at Radrick Farms.
Lilia Vu, 11, broke the record for youngest winner of a Golfweek Junior Series event with her triumph Sunday at Longbow Golf Club. J.J. Holen cruised to victory in the boys’ division.
USC made an early-season statement Sunday, winning the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship. The Trojans were led by super sophomore Jennifer Song, who picked up medalist honors.
Phil beats Tiger. Tiger beats Phil. Both players walked away with prizes Sunday at East Lake, Lefty with the Tour Championship trophy, Woods with the FedEx Cup and a whole bunch of money.
Tom Pernice Jr. became the 15th player to win in his Champions Tour debut, holing a 30-foot birdie putt on the final hole Sunday for a one-stroke victory over Nick Price and David Frost in the SAS Championship.
After five-and-a-half hours - some things never change - Round 1 at the PING/Golfweek Invitational is in the books.
There’s a good – and simple – reason why Peter Uihlein was the leader after the first round Sunday morning at the Ping/Golfweek Invitational at Gold Mountain Golf Club.
College athletes are known for their big – and continuous – appetites, golfers included.
There are a few reasons that 17-year-old Mieke Canan at this week’s stop on the Golfweek Junior Series.
Great Britain & Ireland won the Vivendi Trophy for a fifth consecutive time Sunday after beating Continental Europe, 16 1/2-11 1/2, following the final 10 singes matches.
Daisuke Maruyama of Japan has ended a four-year title drought by winning the Asia-Pacific Open.