Six players are atop the leaderboard at the Panama Championship after carding first-round 5-under 65s Thursday at the Golf club of Panama.
Camilo Villegas matched the first-round record at the Phoenix Open Thursday, carding a 9-under 62 at TPC Scottsdale for a one-shot lead.
How to describe the fans that surround TPC Scottsdale’s par-3 16th hole? Enthusiastic, ruthless, creative, fickle... the list goes on. Adam Schupak visited for the first time Thursday.
Jim Furyk is among the list of golfers and celebrities scheduled to appear at the Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters celebrity pro-am.
Scott Wolfes, the 98th-ranked player in the 2011 class, has given a verbal commitment to Georgia Southern coach Larry Mays.
Golfweek.com’s tribute to Payne Stewart on the 10th anniversary of his death last year was recognized as the outstanding Internet special project in golf in the Golf Writers Association of America awards.
With six birdies, no bogeys and a good-looking outfit, Rickie Fowler was on fire today at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Kate Golden has been named the interim women’s golf coach at Florida State.
Take a walk on the wild side Monday-Friday on Golfweek.com. Collge golf’s favorite redhead Asher Wildman goes beyond birdies and bogeys to offer his unique take on college golf.
Weston Bell, of Piedmont, S.C., shot 2-over 144 (70-74) at the Golf Club at Ballantyne in Charlotte, N.C., to win the Ballantyne Junior Open by one shot.
McKenzie Talbert, of North Augusta, S.C., shot 5-over 147 (77-70) at the Golf Club at Ballantyne in Charlotte, N.C., to win the Ballantyne Junior Open by two shots.
The Battle of the Beach might have celebrated its first birthday only a couple weeks ago, but it’s already acting a lot older. Sunset dinner cruise, anyone? Ron Balicki explains.
Nike will continue to support Tiger Woods. The company’s brand president said Thursday he does not want Woods back on the course until he sorts out his private life.
Seton Hall University will add women’s golf to its roster of athletic programs for next season, the school announced Feb. 25.
Cristie Kerr never thought she’d be in the media room Thursday afternoon after her dismal start at the HSBC Women’s Champions – 2 over after three holes.
Mike Whan gathered together the 2009 U.S. Solheim Cup team – dressed to the nines at the iconic Raffles Hotel – during the pro-am party Wednesday evening to share the news of Rosie Jones’ captaincy.
A major championship-like leaderboard broke out Thursday at the HSBC Women’s Champions. Lorena Ochoa, Cristie Kerr and Angela Stanford were tied for the lead Thursday in Singapore.
ESPN STAR Sports has announced a five-year Asian regional television broadcast partnership with the OneAsia golf tour.