Inside the Sept. 3, 2010 issue of Golfweek
Kenny Perry has withdrawn from the Deutsche Bank Championship, ending his run in the FedEx Cup.
Jim Furyk was on the putting green for four-plus hours Wednesday honing his stroke for his first playoff event of 2010.
Four months after the PGA Tour rolled through Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., the best juniors in the country will take their hacks at TPC Sawgrass for the Junior Players Championship (Sept. 3-5). Our Golfweek staffers make their picks for one of the final AJGA invitationals of the season:
If you’re looking for a wild explanation, perhaps a daring escapade that went wrong, Jimmy Walker can’t help you. The issue he’s having with the medial meniscus in his right knee? “It happened while I was just standing,” he said.
University of Illinois men’s golf coach Mike Small won his eighth consecutive Illinois PGA Championship Wednesday at Olympia Fields Country Club.
Zach Nash was shocked when he discovered he had one too many golf clubs in his bag 2 hours after winning a junior Wisconsin PGA tournament.
Brigham Young University has accepted an invitation to join the West Coast Conference beginning in the 2011-12 academic year.
John Elway pulled an Elway on the Elway hole. “Seven on 7,” the Hall of Famer said sadly after carding an even-par 72 Wednesday in his first senior golf tournament since turning 50 in June.
Australian Rachel Hetherington, an eight-time winner on the LPGA, retired Sunday from the tour following the final round of the CN Canadian Women’s Open. The 38-year-old earned more than $5.7 million in 14 years on the LPGA.
The FedEx Cup playoffs roll into TPC Boston this week for the Deutsche Bank Championship. Who are the Fantasy Aces backing this week?
Amazing how quickly one’s fortunes can change in the FedEx Cup playoffs. Consider Kevin Streelman, for instance.
When swinging a golf club, Matt Kuchar looks like he’s in a basement with a low ceiling. Yet the lanky professional stands out for reasons other than that flat swing. He not only finished first Sunday at The Barclays, but he’s first on the PGA Tour in scoring average, earnings, FedEx Cup points, top-10 finishes and the all-around statistical category.
The AJGA Junior Players Championship starts Friday at TPC Sawgrass. D.J. Piehowski previews the event, which features the country’s best juniors.
Mukesh Kumar carded a bogey-free 67 that catapulted him from T-6 overnight to a one-shot lead after round 2 of the PGTI Players Championship.
Ryo Ishikawa hopes a return to the scene of one of his most memorable wins will spark a concerted push to retain his Japan Golf Tour Organisation Money List title.
Asia’s golfing divide continues to widen with Scotsman Simon Yates and Australian Terry Pilkadaris among five players indefinitely suspendedby the Asian Tour for playing on the rival OneAsia Tour.
After the madness of Gleneagles comes the serenity of Crans-sur-Sierre, a place where the runners in the Ryder Cup race can catch their breath and spend a week in quiet reflection.
The Deutsche Bank Championship is about much more than just the $1.35 million top prize. Top U.S. players – such as Tiger Woods, Zach Johnson and Stewart Cink – still are vying for final spots on the American Ryder Cup team. And everybody is scrambling to advance to the third stage of the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Lee-Anne Pace brings her top game into the Austrian Ladies Open this week at Raiffeisen Golf Club Fohrenwald. On a tear, Pace of South Africa has won twice and added a runner-up finish in her last three events.
A week after the 2013 NCAA Championship was dropped from at Atlanta Athletic Club, the NCAA announced Wednesday that the event will be held on the Crabapple Couse at the Capital City Club in Atlanta.
Matt Kuchar’s unique swing stands out as much as his jaw-dropping consistency on Tour this year. Jeff Rude explains.
It took some time, but Matt Kuchar's hard work finally reaps rewards. Sean Martin spent a day with Kuchar on the range to find the secret to his success.
The LPGA is investigating a possible cover-up surrounding two competitors who played the wrong ball at the Canadian Women’s Open.
The PGA Tour has suspended the regulation that resulted in Jim Furyk’s disqualification last week from The Barclays for being late to his pro-am starting time, commissioner Tim Finchem announced Tuesday.