News for Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Joe Theismann was paired with Juli Inkster in Wednesday’ pro-am round at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, and odds are they did not compare past ailments.
Lydia Ko already has three professional victories, and she knows what it’s like to have fans and media clamoring for her time. It has made the game that much more exciting, yet that much more serious.
Yani Tseng has endured a year that she has lost the No. 1 ranking, modest success on the course and an unfortunate missed tee time in a pro-am prior to the Kia Classic, setting off the critics. A win this week would send 2013 in a new direction.
Alison Lee withdrew from the Kraft Nabisco Championship on Wednesday, citing poor play.
The PGA of America announced two rules changes in relation to its junior golf competitions, including the allowance of rangefinders, that will go into effect beginning this year.
Jackie Seawell: 2013 Father of The Year
The final Palmer Cup Ranking before team selections was announced Wednesday with three Cal players in the top 6 of their respective rankings.
The Dave Williams Golf Academy is referred to as "The Gateway to Success" - and it holds true, paying tribute to a coach who won the NCAA Championship 16 times.
Qualifying year after year has proven difficult for many, as of what could be termed “serious” contenders for this year's Masters, only 17 of them teed it up at Augusta National in 2003.
Jonas Blixt of Sweden is becoming a footnote in history — the last foreign-born player to win on the PGA Tour.
Royal Isabela is a remarkable retreat even if you’re not measuring the mercury differential. It isn’t a resort but rather a luxury residential golf community in the making set on 426 glorious oceanfront acres on the island’s surf-centric northwest.
TaylorMade is building a 120,000-square-foot golf ball manufacturing plant in Liberty, S.C., designed to improve production and generate savings, company officials announced April 3.
With the likes of Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter in the Valero Texas Open field, it is Fredrik Jacobson and Matt Kuchar that receive love from our panel.