The forty-five players participating in the Golfweek Junior Series event here at Treetops resort were treated with a little bit more after their practice round.
South Korea’s Song-Hee Kim shot a tournament-record 9-under 62 for a share of the second-round lead in the Canadian Women’s Open with Suzann Pettersen.
Defending champion Jeff Sluman shot a bogey-free 7-under 65 on Friday at Del Monte Golf Course to take a one-stroke over lead Loren Roberts and Olin Browne in the Champions Tour’s Walmart First Tee Open.
The last guys to get into the FedEx playoffs certainly are holding up their ends of the bargain in making the most of it.
Four years ago, Paul Azinger was in the midst of making his four picks for the 2008 Presidents Cup. It’s Fred Couples’ turn now, and he isn’t finding the task any easier than Azinger did.
Phil Mickelson made his 400th career Tour start Friday at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Where he makes his 401st is open to debate.
Bobby Wyatt charged out of the gates with a first-round 66 at the Junior Players Championship, separating himself from second-place Jim Liu by three.
Sure, a hot putter didn't hurt, but there's another reason Steve Stricker is tied with Jim Furyk for the Deutsche Bank lead. As Jim McCabe writes, the secret's in the sauce.
Steve Stricker said after Round 1 of the Deutsche Bank that he’s “comfortable” playing with Tiger Woods. He proved it with an 8-under 63.
Thomas Aiken of South Africa shot a 7-under 64 Friday to take a one-stroke lead after the second round of the European Masters.
When you get to the playoffs, you should want to play and survive as long as possible. It isn’t meant to be optional.
Forget the latest swing tip. You want to go low? Try lobster ravioli.
With more than a year to go before the 2010 Ryder Cup, the race for a spot on the European team has already begun. Alistair Tait questions the effectiveness of the long process.
I’ve heard enough about Tour players and their new grooves for 2010.
The Junior Players Championship is this week, and it's time for the Golfweek staffers to make their picks.