News for Tuesday, October 11, 2011
has given a verbal commitment to play golf at Wisconsin.
Matthew Ross of Hartland, Wis., has given a verbal commitment to play golf at Wisconsin.
A sterling final round by Washington freshman Cheng-Tsung Pan couldn’t help the Huskies overcome Oregon during the final round of The Prestige at PGA West.
Bill Cauley was a diver in the Navy who didn’t know much about golf except for the little he played on base at Mayport Naval Station.
For a snapshot of where Tiger Woods’ game is at the moment, consider the Frys.com Open.
Guilford wins Fall Invite
Led by medalist Noah Ratner, Guilford cleaned up at the Division III Golfweek Fall Invitational, winning by nine shots. D.J. Piehowski has Five Things to remember from the week.
Texas won its second consecutive event, defeating host Ohio State by 16 shots Tuesday at the Nicklaus Invitational. Jordan Spieth had another close call for the individual title.
In a continuing effort to market its proprietary brands globally, Golfsmith International announced a partnership with The MoreGolf Group, South Africa’s largest golf retailer.
Mickelson launches program
Membership golf programs are becoming more common, but a new one in Arizona can claim distinction by touting its marquee owner: Phil Mickelson.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
Central Florida started the final round at the Lady Northern Intercollegiate in fourth place but posted the best round of the 12-team field to win by five shots over Ohio State.
says last year, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were talented enough to compete for a national championship.
Last year, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were talented enough to compete for a national championship.
Chevron Challenge field
Tiger Woods will be far from the only star teeing it up at the Chevron Challenge, with four of the top-10 players in the world and more than half of the top 20 scheduled to appear.
A look at this week's golf tournaments around the world:
For the 29th time, the Old Course at St. Andrews will host the 2015 Open Championship, the R&A announced today.
Q&A with Rickie Fowler
Golfweek's Sean Martin caught up with Rickie Fowler to talk about his first win, high expectations and what his schedule looks like for the rest of the year.