A few weeks ago we all learned about 12-year-old Brad Dalke making a verbal commitment to play college golf at the University of Oklahoma. In the weeks that followed, I learned what it might be like to be a court judge sitting on the bench of a high-profile case.
Bernhard Langer fired a 9-under 63 to take a one-shot lead over Nick Price after the second round of the Champions Tour’s Boeing Classic on Saturday.
Chris Kirk climbed the leaderboard at the Knoxville Sentinel Open Saturday, carding a 9-under 63 to move from a tie for 12th to the solo lead.
As if Colin Montgomerie didn’t have enough Ryder Cup headaches, what with Edoardo Molinari, Justin Rose, Padraig Harrington, Paul Casey and Luke Donald providing him with a multitude of choices for just three spots, Martin Laird has made things even stickier.
You may have heard that Martin Laird is leading The Barclays after three rounds. Let me tell you why. The Scottish-born Laird who now makes his home in the Arizona desert is heating up at the right time.
Overnight leader Michelle Wie shot an even-par 72 to fall into a tie with Jiyai Shin after a rainy Saturday at the Canadian Women’s Open.
Yesterday I went two for two in matches, but was way off in predicting the scores. Let’s see if I can pick one more winner.
About an hour after the U.S. Amateur semifinals, David Chung was watching David Chung play golf on television. You have to do something pretty special to experience watching yourself on TV, or have the sort of outlandish personality that lands you on a reality show.
Martin Laird’s goal of reaching the second round of the FedEx Cup playoffs suddenly have changed. He now has a great chance of winning The Barclays.
Even though a lot has changed for David Chung in the past six years, he finds himself in a familiar place: The final at a U.S. Golf Association event.
Byeong-Hun An tossed his putter and rested his hands on his knees, doubled over in disbelief.
Minami Levonowich fought a grip change on her way to a 75 at the Golfweek Junior Series event at Willbrook Plantation Saturday and took a share of the lead with Trisha Witherby. Sam Chun leads the boys division.
A triple bogey may have doomed Tiger Woods' chances at The Barclays. Now he hopes it doesn't doom his chances to advance in the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Francesco Molinari shot a 4-under 68 to take one-shot lead over brother Edoardo after the third round of the Johnnie Walker Championship.
Stanford’s David Chung and Oklahoma State’s Peter Uihlein are the final players standing at the U.S. Amateur. Ron Balicki reports.
Edoardo Molinari painted European Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie into a tight corner after the third round of the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.