With a share of the 54-hole individual lead, Arizona State's Giulia Molinaro has learned to enjoy her journey - from her upbringing in Kenya to strengthening her mental game says Beth Ann Baldry.
Alabama held a 15-shot lead late on Thursday, but fell apart coming down the stretch and will take a two-shot lead into Friday's final round at the NCAA Championship.
Bethpage Black leads our list, but who else makes the cut? Check out our 2011-12 Golfweek's Best Municipal Courses.
After seven seasons as the women's coach for Furman, Jen Hanna resigned Wednesday.
Alabama had a chance to put this one away on Thursday but couldn't make it happen. Now, the likes of USC and Purdue are within striking distance. It's going to be a great Friday in Franklin, Tenn.
Zach Johnson's 6-under 64 has him leading after the first round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.
Bradley S. Klein: The Mohegan Sun CC provides a counterpoint to sleek casino.
Deep-pocketed Jim Justice vows to make his big gamble on The Greenbrier pay off says our Martin Kaufmann.
Despite playing just one event on the European Senior Tour this season, Roger Chapman leads the Senior PGA Championship at 3 under.
Due to its welcoming atmosphere, and well-maintained, gallery-friendly course, the Vanderbilt Legends Club ranks high on the 'Ringler Championship Feel Test' chart. Lance Ringler
Oklahoma's Chirapat Jao-Javanil is a long way from "home," but she has found a new one in Norman, Okla., says our Julie Williams.
The greens at 18-month-old Harbor Shores – site of the 73rd Senior PGA Championship – have challenged players with their difficulty and diversity.
Annie Park, of Levittown, N.Y., shot 8-under 134 at Bethpage State Park’s red course to win the Nassau Boys’ High School Championship on May 23.
Leaders Peter Lawrie and David Drysdale each shot 6-under 66s at the BMW PGA Championship, leaving a frustrated top-ranked Rory McIlroy and his high-ranking rivals trailing after the first round.
Alistair Tait: Graeme McDowell was assessed a two-stroke penalty after a ball moved in the bushes before he addressed the shot. Sure, rules are rules. But this one was a bit too penal.
A frustrated Rory McIlroy tossed his club to the ground in a fit of anger during his bogey-filled opening round at the BMW PGA Championship on Thursday.
Follow our live leaderboard from Round 4 at Colonial.