Five things from the past week in the world of international golf:
With his brash, outspoken ways, Rory Sabbatini hasn't always been a model citizen. But he's determined to recast his image. Winning the Honda Classic on Sunday was a step in the right direction.
Continuing its effort to better market the tour globally, the LPGA has agreed to a two-year partnership extension with the Language Training Center, which is aiding players with language and cultural education.
Chris Williams didn't just jettison that monkey off his back, he hurled it like a Major League fastball.
In-bee Park blitzed the field with a final-round, 6-under 66 to overcome an overnight three-stroke deficit and capture the Daikin Orchid Ladies Tournament in Okinawa, Japan.
Brenden Pappas won the Bogota Open on Sunday when lightning wiped out the third round, reducing the Nationwide Tour event to 36 holes.
The LPGA announced a title sponsor for its season-ending Titleholders tournament – a welcome bit of good news for a tour that has struggled domestically.
It might only be March, but the Great Britain & Ireland Walker Cup team – set to take on the United States at Royal Aberdeen, Scotland, Sept. 10-11 – is beginning to take shape.
In October, the game's leaders are scheduled to meet at St. Andrews to discuss the future of the game. The powers that be should leave the Home of Golf with one common aim – to speed up the game says Alistair Tait.
Playing for the eighth consecutive week, Rory Sabbatini earned WGC and Masters berths with his win at the windy Honda Classic.
Florida State coach Trey Jones defended his decision to pull out of the demanding John Hayt Invitational and play his team a week later at the USF Invitational.
After a week of wild weather, Rory Sabbatini won the Honda Classic Sunday, claiming his sixth career PGA Tour title.
Hunter Green led Middle Tennessee State to a 19-shot win at the USF Invite at Lake Jovita Sunday. The win was the Blue Raiders’ fourth in the past six years at the event.
Being a dad can be difficult, something British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen is learning as he withdrew from the final round of the Honda Classic.
With his win at the AJGA's Puerto Rico Junior Open, Jason Roets earned a sponsor exemption into the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open. Read his junior blog as he prepares for the biggest start of his life.
Doug Barron, suspended for a year for violating the PGA Tour's drug policy in 2010, is at a career crossroads, says Alex Miceli.