Tiger Woods has taken the first step toward playing the U.S. Open by sending in his entry form.
Led by sophomore Daniel Miernicki, Oregon won its third title of the season Tuesday at the U.S. Intercollegiate. Miernick won the individual title and an exemption in the PGA Tour’s Reno-Tahoe Open.
The caddie/player relationship can be a confounding puzzle. Yani Tseng fired her caddie, Dave Poitevent, after winning the Kraft Nabisco Championship, their second victory in 2010. The pair also posted two top-3 finishes in Asia.
The Masters is over, but the Fantasy Aces keep rolling. The PGA Tour goes to Harbour Town this week for the Verizon Heritage. Who’s your best bet?
Western Carolina women’s coach Steve Lott will retire at the end of the season, the school announced Tuesday.
British Open champion Stewart Cink feels as though he is giving away shots with his short game. U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover said his game is a little scratchy, a blend of not making enough putts and not hitting it where he is aiming.
Not only had Tiger Woods been away from competition for five months, but he also had to adjust to many new clubs in his bag.
Jerry Rice used to wake up at 4 a.m. so he could get to the driving range and hit golf balls before he was due at work with the San Francisco 49ers for 8:30 a.m. meetings.
I found a golfer who violated one of the cardinal rules of golf dress codes. Check out Episode 3 of “Make Me Over - Golfweek Style.”
Coming off of an exciting Masters weekend, I’m pleased to tell you that the fun is not over yet. This week, 16 vibrant and extremely fashionable women of the LPGA will tee off at the inaugural Mojo 6 tournament at Cinnamon Hill Golf Course in Montego Bay, Jamaica. If that isn’t fun, I don’t know what is.
Since 2004, when the U.S. Golf Association approved interchangeable head weights in drivers, adjustable golf clubs have been increasing in number.
Inside the April 16, 2010 issue of Golfweek.
If you’re like Jim McCabe, you can’t let the Masters go after just a couple of days. Here’s a look back at some stories from a wild week.
This week Furman coach Todd Satterfield will be fielding some questions. The Palidans are currently No. 57 in Golfweek’s rankings, and Satterfield believes they are better than this number indicates.