College golf will be well represented this week at Oakmont, site of the U.S. Women’s Open. A total of 15 players returning to college golf next fall are in the field.
There’s an image that tells you all you need to know about this year’s AT&T National. Tiger Woods was walking up his final hole at Aronimink, just as Justin Rose was set to tee off in the last group.
The Reno-Tahoe Open has added 38 new sponsors as it cobbles together corporate support to keep the tournament alive. So far, Adam Schupak reports, the plan is working.
Tiger Woods looked just as out of form in a celebrity pro-am as he did on the PGA Tour.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
Seeking to capitalize on cross-marketing opportunities, shaftmakers UST and Mamiya merged a year ago. The alliance is paying off in more ways than one.
For the first time in 11 years, Tiger Woods failed to break par in a single round at a non-major PGA Tour event. That came Thursday-Sunday at the AT&T National.
Hank Haney may no longer be Tiger Woods’ instructor, but that’s not hurting business. Haney has teamed with Mission Hills, one of China’s top golf developers, to open an academy in tropical Hainan Island.
The few players in the 2010 field who competed here in the 1992 U.S. Women’s Open scarcely will recognize the course, given all of the trees that have been cut down, the resulting windswept feel of the place and the presence of those wavy rough grasses.
Mariko Tumangan has verbally committed to Stanford. Tumangan, of San Jose, Calif., also considered UCLA, Oregon, South Carolina and Washington.
As the British Open returns to golf’s ancestral roots, St. Andrews offers visitors the experience of a lifetime. Martin Kaufmann explains.
Growing up in Scotland, David McLay Kidd said his dream was to be an assistant superintendent. Then came the assignment that gave him rock-star status in the world of golf architecture.
Kristen Park, of Buena Park, Calif., shot 4-over 290 (73-73-73-71) at Blessings Golf Club in Johnson, Ark., to win the AJGA’s Rolex Tournament of Champions by four shots.
Anthony Paolucci, of Del Mar, Calif., shot 1-under 287 (71-74-70-72) at Blessings Golf Club in Johnson, Ark., to win the AJGA’s Rolex Tournament of Champions by one shot.
Enough already on the perception that Tiger Woods, at 34, has become some sort of Punch and Judy hitter who has lost length and is just another guy off the tee.
Oakmont. Pinehurst. Pebble Beach. Venues that conjure up some of golf’s most celebrated moments – for men. Now the women get a chance, beginning this week at the U.S. Women’s Open at Oakmont.
Justin Rose wins in Philly, and Miguel Angel Jimenez wins in Versailles.
While Blessings Golf Club may have been the most grueling venue ever to host an AJGA invitational, Ryan Lavner encountered no such difficulties. Lavner made the biggest jump of the year, gaining 80 points with two solid picks at the Rolex Tournament of Champions to cut into Julie Williams’ big lead.
Tiger Woods will headline an Irish charity tournament this week, though it could be his last with the No. 1 ranking.
There was some great amateur golf played over the Fourth of July weekend. Here are my top five observations from this past week.