Troy Matteson remained at the top of the John Deere leaderboard on Friday with a second-round 68, but favorite Steve Stricker enters the weekend only three shots off the lead.
Rico Hoey of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., narrowly won the Callaway Junior World Championship on Friday, edging runner-up Beau Hossler by a stroke.
Chakansim “Fai” Khamborn of Thailand won the Women’s Western Junior on Friday, defeating Morgan Nadaline, 6 and 4.
Players as tough as Lance Ten Broeck don't come around every day. That the 56-year-old journeyman has the 36-hole lead at the U.S. Senior Open seems fitting.
North Florida's Kevin Aylwin (above) will face Florida senior T.J. Vogel, a second-team All-American this past season, in Saturday’s 36-hole U.S. Amateur Public Links final.
Hunter Hamrick, a former three-time AllAmerican at Alabama, will play next week’s True South Classic.
It is feeling like 1995 all over again, with Tom Lehman and Corey Pavin (above) showing their old U.S. Open form at the U.S. Senior Open at Indianwood.
If the wind is howling and the rain's pouring during the British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, expect Phil Mickelson to be wearing a broad grin on his face.
Chris Petefish, the top-ranked player in Arizona, has made a verbal commitment to play for Georgia Tech. Petefish also made unofficial visits to Stanford, Washington, UCLA, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and Duke.
Phil Mickelson broke out of his slump with an 8-under 64 at the Scottish Open on Friday, leaving him five shots off the second-round lead shared by Alexander Noren and Francesco Molinari.
T.J. Vogel fought his way to another victory at the U.S. Amateur Public Links. Two down at the turn, Vogel beat good friend Alberto Sanchez, 1 up, in Friday morning’s quarterfinals.
TopGolf thinks outside the box to create a successful atmosphere that goes beyond hitting a golf ball says our Martin Kaufmann.
The bulge and roll of the face in the Adams Speedline Tech driver has been reconfigured, paired with a titanium body that sports an attached graphite wing.
U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson officially withdrew from the British Open on Friday as he awaits the birth of his second child.
Peter Whiteford's hole in one in his second round at the Scottish Open came too late to capture the 168 bottles of champagne for the feat.