News for Monday, September 10, 2012
After missing out on the Golfweek Program Challenge as a freshman, James Madison's Trey Smith is leading the whole thing as a sophomore.
Former Mid-Amateur champions Kevin Marsh, Nathan Smith and Tim Jackson all squeak out Round-of-64 victories at Conway Farms Golf Club.
Colorado’s Jason Burstyn is undefeated in two 2012 tournaments. His second victory helped Colorado to a dominant win at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational.
Brad Valois and Charlie Blanchard say they've played together in Rhode Island more than 100 times. On Tuesday, the stakes will be raised when they face off at the U.S. Mid-Amateur.
Depth was supposed to be the strength of Cal’s lineup this year. The Bears showed that is the case with an impressive season-opening performance at the Gopher Invitational.
The Hong Kong Open, sponsorless for the second consecutive year, is seeking a government bailout to ensure its staging in November.
Winner’s Circle: Sept. 3-9, 2012
has given a verbal commitment to Baylor.
Nick Thornton has given a verbal commitment to play college golf for Baylor in the fall of 2013. Thornton also made unofficial visits to Wake Forest, Duke, Clemson, Furman, Davidson, Stanford and Pepperdine.
As college golfers took three months of summer vacation, coaching changes and talk of adjustments to the national championship continued.
From Rickie Fowler being announced as Charl Schwartzel to the budding bromance between Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, our John Maginnes offers musings from the BMW Championship.
The South African, Golfweek's second-ranked freshman, opened his college career with a two-shot victory at the Carpet Capital Collegiate.
The Longhorns started their NCAA title defense with a five-shot victory at the Carpet Capital Collegiate.
Jonsdottir, a senior, shot rounds of 74-72-73 to finish at 3-over 219 at Silver Lakes Golf Club in Glencoe, Ala., and tie for medalist honors at the Chris Banister Gamecock Classic.
The Bobcats used a final-round 1-over 289, the second-lowest score in program history, to finish at 15-over 879 at the Chris Banister Gamecock Classic – 24 shots ahead of runner-up Middle Tennessee State.
Force plates, 3D-motion analysis and simulators. Footwear design has become a high-tech affair, and the result makes much more than a fashion statement. Golfweek.com's Shoe Month begins today and shows how footwear can change your game.
Jiyai Shin made a two-putt par on the ninth hole of a playoff and beat Paula Creamer to win the Kingsmill Championship, ending the longest playoff between two players in LPGA Tour history.
Scott Piercy and Ryan Moore took a late-night flight back home to Las Vegas on Sunday, both marveling at overcoming the odds to advance to the Tour Championship.