News for Monday, February 7, 2011
Golfers won’t be able to play Pinehurst No. 2 until March 4, but they can keep tabs on the year-long restoration through a new website.
Every sport has its code of conduct. High on golf’s list, north of “winner buys” and south of “no foot wedges,” is this: Help your playing partner try to find his lost ball.
explains how to get 2010 U.S. Open garment for cheap.
In a world of rising prices, it’s always nice to see sales, especially in these economic times. But at Pebble Beach?
Great escapes 2011
Once found, Anguilla and Temenos are worth a return visit. Martin Kaufmann explains.
says Perry Golf has expanded its golf-cruise operations through a partnership with Azamara Golf Cruises.
Perry Golf has expanded its golf-cruise operations through a partnership with Azamara Golf Cruises.
takes a look at who might expect to receive an amateur exemption into the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Lorena Ochoa often talked about the 2002 Kraft Nabisco Championship, when she was paired with Annika Sorenstam during the third round.
Matthew NeSmith and McKenzie Talbert put their hometown of North Augusta, S.C., on the map Feb. 6, sweeping the Junior Heritage at Sea Pines Resort.
OSU rolls in Hawaii
Even without top-ranked Peter Uihlein, Oklahoma State won the Ameri Ari Invitational by five shots to claim the top spot in the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings. Read the rest of this week's Monday Top 5.
McKenzie Talbert, of North Augusta, S.C., shot 3-over 146 (72-74) at the Sea Pines Resort’s Ocean Course and Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island, S.C., to win the Junior Heritage by one shot.
Matthew NeSmith, of North Augusta, S.C., shot 4-under 139 (68-71) at the Sea Pines Resort’s Ocean Course and Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island, S.C., to win the Junior Heritage by three shots.
PGA Tour player Matt Kuchar, who had a career-best season in 2010, has selected Peter Jacobsen Sports as his official management group.
Mike Small, the head coach at the University of Illinois and the reigning PGA Professional National Champion, has signed a multiyear equipment deal with Wilson Golf, the company announced Monday.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
says industry leaders, frustrated by golf's lack of growth, are calling for radical change. They want two sets of rules.
If we let golfers tee up every shot, swing clubs with “trampoline-powered” faces, toss their golf balls out of bunkers and putt into 15-inch cups, would golf still be golf?
New age of SkyGolf
Calling it the next Facebook would be a stretch, but SkyGolf has created an online golf community that stands to transform the company – and the way its consumers interact with one another.
Wilson wins Phoenix Open
Mark Wilson captured his second PGA Tour event of the season on Monday, beating Jason Dufner in a playoff to win the Phoenix Open.
Walker Cup watch list
The Jones Cup was created 10 years ago to serve as a Walker Cup preview. With the tournament in the books, Sean Martin kicks off Golfweek's watch list.
offers these bold predictions with the spring season officially under way.
The spring season is officially under way, and some things never change. Arizona continues to struggle, but now the Wildcats finished behind their jayvee team at their own tournament! Oklahoma State won in Hawaii, and Florida, led by senior Bank Vongvanij, won in Jacksonville.
An American Army officer serving in Afghanistan has won the chance to play with Tiger Woods in the Dubai Desert Classic pro-am on Wednesday.