Harris English is playing in the Open Championship this week, but his old bag is being used stateside. Former teammate Keith Mitchell took the lead at the Southern Am Thursday with the defending champ's bag.
Ariya Jutanugarn continues to rip through her side of the match-play bracket at the U.S. Girls' Junior. On the eve of the quarterfinals, things are about to get interesting.
Blake Messer won the AJGA's Under Armour/Jeff Overton Championship in a sudden-death playoff on Thursday, while Lindsey Weaver outlasted Janie Jackson for the girls title.
Jason Bohn shot an 8-under 64 to take an early lead at the PGA Tour's True South Classic before heavy rain halted play in the afternoon.
With the player he had just beaten, Vincent Whaley, on his bag, Nicolo Galletti was among those who won their Round of 16 match and advanced to Friday's quarterfinals of the U.S. Junior Amateur.
Georgia Tech junior Richy Werenski notched eight birdies in a bogey-free 62 Thursday to take a four-stroke lead at the Porter Cup on Thursday.
Ashlan Ramsey is most noticeable because of her Loudmouth pants. A clutch comeback on Thursday morning proved she has the game to back them up.
Notebook: Rory McIlroy was able to recover from one big mistake with a pair of birdies, while Luke Donald and Lee Westwood will have plenty of work to do on Friday.
Anyone seen Phil Mickelson? He sprayed the ball all over Royal Lytham on Thursday, reverting to the days when the Open Championship simply was not his cup of tea.
Casey Danielson has yet to see the Golden Gate Bridge this week. There will be time for that later – a lot of time.
From Rory McIlroy plunking a kid on the head - and the ball ricocheting out-of-bounds - to putters in a bunker, Royal Lytham offered plenty of odd moments Thursday.
The world’s elite turned up for the 141st Open Championship expecting Royal Lytham & St. Annes to play like a lion and found a pussycat, says our Alistair Tait.
Beau Hossler's run at the 2012 U.S. Junior Amateur came to an end on Thursday while a confident Andrej Bevins now continues his quest for his first U.S. Junior title.
Tiger Woods fired a 3-under 67 to sit three shots back of leader Adam Scott, hitting fairways and greens like a machine, with his putter hot early and suspect late. See how his round unfolded:
Fresh off a win, Zach Johnson shot a 65 Thursday at the Open Championship, his best score in a major by three shots. If he sticks to his game plan, he could be looking at a second major title.
Adam Scott brought in a different mindset on Thursday morning: Play the first hole like it is the 72nd hole of a tournament. After a 6-under 64 at Royal Lytham, looks like it might work out.
Who's qualified for the 2012 U.S. Amateur at Cherry Hills Country Club? Check out our list of qualifiers.
Tiger Woods teased the world last month at the U.S. Open. Is his solid 3-under 67 on Thursday a sign that he is really back? Even Tiger says there is "a long way to go" at Royal Lytham.