A look at the world of golf this week . . .
Mike Whan will deliver more in 2012. The LPGA’s third-year commissioner has boosted the number of tournaments from 23 to 27, adding four full-field events, plus the return of the Jamie Farr Toledo Classic.
EA Sports made some big announcements Tuesday about the upcoming version of its popular Tiger Woods video game.
Peter Uihlein has accepted a sponsor exemption to the Puerto Rico Open, tournament chairman Sidney Wolf told Golfweek.
Wildman's Corner: Charlotte will be chasing its seventh consecutive conference title, but Xavier thinks it will have something to say about that.
Twenty-four rookies are teeing it up at this week’s Sony Open, and it’s imperative to get off to a good start.
Atlantic 10 Conference men's preview: Former Auburn star and coach Ryan Cabbage has Charlotte on the way back to the days of NCAA success in 2007-2008.
Atlantic Sun Conference women's preview: A bit of seasoning for a pair of freshman has Kennesaw State more optimistic about a potential NCAA bid at the end of the spring season.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
The Florida Orange Blossom Circuit continues this week with the South Atlantic Amateur. Holly Clyburn is among Julie Williams' list of players to watch.