Behind stellar rounds of 60-63, former Georgia star Harris English will head to Royal Lytham for the British Open after taking the top qualifying spot in Texas on Monday.
The world's top amateur, UCLA’s Patrick Cantlay, became the first sophomore to win the Ben Hogan Award on Monday, given annually to the top men’s player in both college and amateur events.
Who will win the 2012 Ben Hogan Award: Patrick Cantlay, Jordan Spieth or Patrick Rodgers? Follow the award presentation live, only on Golfweek.com!
NCAA Women's Championship: Music superstar Vince Gill puts on a private show, while host Vanderbilt attempts to show off its own course as the eyes of the college world descend on Franklin, Tenn.
5 Things: Alabama's Brooke Pancake feels right at home at the Legends Club, while Texas coach Martha Richards returns to her old stomping grounds.
Our Ryan Lavner sits down with Kevin McPherson, head coach at the two-time defending national champion Augusta State, and talked about the Jaguars failing to make it to Riviera.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
The PGA Tour Superstore is growing its national presence by entering the Chicago market with two store openings within weeks of each other.
Henry Do of Ypsilanti, Mich., has given a verbal commitment to North Carolina. Do also considered Harvard, Yale, Northwestern, Stanford, California, Michigan, Houston, Virginia and Tennessee.
The NCAA Women's Championship starts May 22 at Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tenn. Golfweek's writers made their picks for the individual and team winners.
Anthony Kim expects to be out of action until October because of a right-elbow injury and tendinitis in his left forearm. He injured the elbow after striking a rock in the first round of the Valero Texas Open.
The best player in college golf this season? Alabama's Justin Thomas. The freshman just became the frontrunner for National Player of the Year honors, says our Ryan Lavner.
2012 U.S. Open sectional qualifying: Keep track of who made (and didn't make) the cut, as well as photos, updates and more.
As the Nationwide Tour grows in relevance, its presence and quality on TV have diminished.
Matthew Rushton of Cape Town, South Africa, has given a verbal commitment to Notre Dame. Rushton also made unofficial visits to Virginia, Duke, North Carolina, Northwestern and Auburn.
Who is the favorite headed into this week's NCAA Women's Championship? Our resident expert Lance Ringler breaks down the field.