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Kris Blanks birdied his final five holes Thursday to finish with an 8-under-par 63 and grab the first-round lead at the John Deere Classic.
Juli Inkster, 51, may not be a favorite to win this week at the U.S. Women’s Open, but her name is still coming up in Solheim Cup discussions.
Eight years ago, the stars were lined up, but newcomer Ben Curtis stole the spotlight and the Claret Jug. Jim McCabe looks back.
In his final tuneup before next week’s British Open, World No. 2 Lee Westwood opened with a 7-under 65 Thursday to share the first-round lead at the Scottish Open.
Cristie Kerr and amateur Amy Anderson were tied for the lead at 2-under par Thursday in the opening round of the U.S. Women's Open when play was called for the day because of thunderstorms in the area.
Brad Dalke and Jaye Marie Green highlight their respective 20-man teams at the upcoming Wyndham Cup, a mixed team match-play competition to be held later this month in Wilmington, N.C.
Can’t get enough Martin Kaymer? He spoke with Golfweek to discuss the Play With Martin Kaymer contest with BMW and much more in this exclusive interview.
David Toms has withdrawn from the British Open next week at Royal St. George’s because of a hip injury.
Matt Killen, 26, might be young, but his theory on using high-lofted wedges has the attention of Kenny Perry, J.B. Holmes and plenty of other touring pros.
A year after being the first alternate at the U.S. Women’s Open, Rachel Rohanna now has a tee time.
Anthony Kim has become the third American to accept a late entry into next week’s British Open, replacing the injured Tim Clark for the year’s third major.
Today, 11 players who will be playing college golf this fall are teeing it up at the 66th U.S. Women’s Open, being played at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo.