I have always made the statement that the women’s game is at least 10-15 years behind the men’s game.
The Demon Deacons sophomore posted rounds of 70-69-72 in winning the Bryan National Collegiate. She improved 12 spots to No. 22 in the Golfweek rankings.
The Wolfpack junior, Golfweek’sPlayer of the Year in 2009, might be getting warmed up again. He shot 9-under 204 (68-67-69) to win the individual medal at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate. It was his first title of the season in nine starts and a 54-hole career-best score. Hill won seven of the final eight events he played last season, including the NCAA Championship. He has 10 victories in his college career.
The Seminoles finished ahead of six top-20 teams at the Bryan National Collegiate en route to their third victory of the season and second in a row. With the victory, Florida State climbed to No. 22 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings.
Trailing by 16 shots heading into the final round of the Arizona State Thunderbird Invitational, the Huskies posted a 16-under 268 – the third-best 18-hole round in school history – to win by two strokes over UCLA.
Here are three variously priced deals at courses rated among Golfweek’s Best in their respective states.
OneAsia, a pro tour that serves the Asia-Pacific region, announced that its 2010 events will be broadcast live on ESPN3.com – the media company’s broadband sports network.
Bradley S. Klein, Golfweek’s architecture editor, offers his opinion on one memorable hole:
Tiger Woods has admitted his mistakes, gone back to his “core values,” and returned to the golf course. As Jim Achenbach writes, the message being sent is clear: Bad Tiger has left town for good.
Sharpness of design and proximity to the Caribbean Sea make Corales Golf Club a simply overwhelming experience. Bradley S. Klein explains why it’s unlike anything else in the Caribbean.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
In his first news conference in nearly five months, Tiger Woods offered a rare glimpse of himself while also remaining a closed book. But that’s just Tiger, writes Jeff Babineau.
Tiger Woods’ fans say they forgive him for cheating on his wife and they’re glad he’s back at the Masters to focus on golf.
Below is the complete transcript from Tiger Woods' press conference Monday afternoon at Augusta National Golf Club:
While acknowledging he made some “incredibly poor decisions” in his personal life, Tiger Woods still thinks he can win the Masters – even coming back from a five-month layoff.
A national effort to grow the game is creating golfers who spend more than $800 during the first year of pursuing their new passion.
Kikkor.com has officially launched, and is showing off the company’s hip, young, stylish and functional golf shoes.
Tiger Woods has just finished answering questions from the golf media at Augusta National. Here are the highlights
CBS’ sports chief promises the network won’t pull punches in talking about the Tiger Woods sex scandal during coverage of this year’s Masters golf tournament.
An amateur golfer has won a federal discrimination lawsuit she filed after a Massachusetts municipal golf course barred her from playing in a men’s tournament.
Hello everyone, and welcome back to my den. I hope everybody had a great holiday weekend, and you don’t get too confused when you see my men’s power rankings.
Julie Williams showed off her prognostication skills in the first Junior Fantasy event of the season, picking up 80 points for her selections at last week’s AJGA’s Heather Farr Classic in Mesa, Ariz.
Tiger Woods walked onto the first tee Monday to awkward silence from about 500 fans who gradually warmed up to him as he began a practice round at the Masters with Fred Couples.
Tiger Woods hooked his first tee shot Monday well left on the first hole. Not that it mattered, writes Jim McCabe, on a surreal Monday at Augusta National.
Darkness will have retreated, though a floor of morning dew likely still will linger April 8, when waves of people file through the gates off of Washington and Berckmans roads.
Welcome to the Monday Scramble. So, what do you want to talk about this morning? Yani Tseng’s second major victory? “Haney Project: Ray Romano” ratings? The predominance of scheduling conflicts in junior golf?