Red-hot Alabama used local knowledge from a pair of pros to help lead it to a three-shot lead over Florida and Auburn after Round 1 at the NCAA Championship.
Alabama's scorecards had as many twists Tuesday as a well-written novel. But for Hunter Hamrick and his teammates, that's typical Crimson Tide golf.
From the set-up at Riviera Country Club to the Pac-12's surprisingly bad Round 1 to the race for Player of the Year, Lance Ringler reveals what he learned (and didn't learn) on Tuesday.
Instead of his weekly press conference, Tiger took to the internet and instead hosted another fan chat after completing a practice round at the Olympic Club, site of the 2012 U.S. Open.
Wondering how the first round is shaping up at the 2012 NCAA Men's Championship? Will UCLA and Patrick Cantlay have a home-course advantage at Riviera? Follow our running blog!
Led by Tyler McCumber, Florida posted the lowest score Tuesday among the 15 teams in the morning wave of the NCAA Championship. Head coach Buddy Alexander knows there's lots of golf left.
Fantasy Tip Sheet: A week after three of our fantasy panelists correctly predicted Zach Johnson's victory, a pair of them are liking Bo Van Pelt's chances at Memorial this week.
USC alumnus Scott Simpson was the scheduled speaker at a players dinner on Monday night, but it was his guest, Bill Murray, who stole the show, says our Ron Balicki.
After six years as the head men’s golf coach, Tom Shaw will part ways with Vanderbilt when his contract expires June 30.
Toy Box notes: Zach Johnson captured his second Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial on May 27 carrying a bag with mostly Titleist gear.
2012 U.S. Open: From Davis Love III to Beau Hossler, there are plenty of big names across all walks of golf that are ready to take on one of today's 11 U.S. Open qualifiers.
Junior boys notebook: After making the cut at the 2010 Rex Hospital Open, Grayson Murray will make a return to visit to play in his second Nationwide Tour event on May 31.
NCAA notebook: Red-hot PGA Tour star Jason Dufner catches up with alma mater, Auburn, to help the Tigers get a read on Riviera, while David Chung is left off Stanford's starting five.
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After his bag was lost in Spain, Brandt Snedeker proved how talented he really is - mostly to himself.
Alabama star freshman Justin Thomas knows what success looks like - he has been surrounded by it all of his life, and now he has a chance for an NCAA title says Sean Martin.