Suzann Pettersen moved into position for her first LPGA Tour victory of the year, shooting a 3-under 69 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational.
Call me a dreamer. Call me a schemer. Call me a golfer who is looking for a quick fix. Here at the World Golf Fitness Summit, I stumbled across the answer to all my golf problems. Well, maybe not, but I feel a surge of optimism.
Roland Thatcher remains on track in an improbable bid to keep his PGA Tour card, shooting a 2-under 70 Saturday at the Children’s Miracle Network Classic to take a four-stroke lead over Chris Stroud into the final round.
The Sunday possibilities are endless for Troy Merritt, who is trying to keep his PGA Tour card and win the million-dollar Kodak Challenge.
Sure, it’s easy to dismiss the chase to finish in the top 125 on the PGA Tour money list as trivial. After all, the player who finishes 126th will still earn in excess of $700,000.
When it comes to winter golf getaways, Florida is always one of the destinations that is top of mind.
Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise-ship passengers will get the first look at the new Black Pearl Golf Course, a collaboration between Pete Dye and Perry Dye.
Thanks in part to a timely rain delay, UCLA won its second straight title of the fall at the Pac-10/SEC Challenge. Julie Williams explains.
Adam Scott shot a 2-under 69 Saturday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Singapore Open, a tournament he has won twice before at the Sentosa Golf Club.
Tiger Woods continued to struggle Saturday at the Australian Masters, falling 10 shots behind Adam Bland and sealing a winless 2010 season.
North Carolina Wilmington head coach Matt Clark has been hospitalized at Duke University Hospital after becoming ill Nov. 11, according to the Wilmington Star News.