As any golfer will tell you, coming back after an incredible round – a career-low round – with another very low round is one difficult task.
It’s extremely rare to find a longtime player-caddie partnership in amateur golf.
Dustin Johnson has become a quick study at coping with major disappointment.
The U.S. Open may be coming to Chambers Bay in 2015, but I can think of three reasons why this year’s U.S. Amateur Championship is sure to be just as exciting.
Chambers Bay’s fast, firm conditions, and extreme putting surfaces – not to mention its length – are driving players wild at the U.S. Amateur. Sean Martin explains.
All Bo Van Pelt needed to provide a spark in his career was some work around the greens. As Jim McCabe writes, that’s where Phil Rodgers came in, and the rest is history.
Backing up a 62 in stroke-play qualifying at the U.S. Amateur is no easy task, as Jeff Wilson found out Tuesday. Ryan Lavner reports.
The pairings have been released for The Barclays, and Tiger Woods has drawn Cameron Beckman and Troy Matteson. The group will tee off at 7:10 a.m. on Thursday and 12:10 p.m. on Friday.
I figured there had to be a good reason why Jason Bohn skipped last week’s Wyndham Championship.
A Nevada coroner has ruled professional golfer Erica Blasberg’s death was a suicide.
Remember those Tiger Woods clubs that were on sale on eBay some months back? Well, they are back, this time with a lot more creditability that they are in fact Woods’ clubs.
Former NFL coach Joe Gibbs is now sitting down with NFL players talking about something more important than football; the Hall of Famer is talking to players about finances.
To introduce its K15 golf club family (driver, fairway woods, iron/hybrid set), Ping came up with a catch phrase. James Achenbach reports.
Need a way to beat the summer TV re-runs tonight? May I recommend a dose of reality that’s sure to have a built-in laugh track.
Mike Weir has a partially torn ligament in his right elbow and is likely out for the rest of the season.
Brian Bullington has given a verbal commitment to Iowa.
Chambers Bay, at slightly more than 7,700 yards, is the longest course in U.S. Golf Association championship history. That made for some long rounds, and long waits in the scoring tent, as groups appealed pace-of-play penalties.
Jeff Wilson opened up a seven-shot lead at the U.S. Amateur after a blistering first-round 62 at The Home Course. Ron Balicki reports.