Paul McGinley was a popular choice for European Ryder Cup captain on the range at the Humana Championship on Tuesday. In fact, it was impossible to find anyone who had a bad thing to say about McGinley.
Sure, David Toms wanted to be the next U.S. Ryder Cup captain, but he believes "everything happens for a reason." And the PGA Tour veteran has plenty to keep himself occupied as he looks for another shot in 2016.
Brad Dalke joins the Golfweek.com staff as a player blogger for the 2013 junior golf season. Check out his first post, including video of his marriage proposal to LPGA golfer Natalie Gulbis.
The USGA announced Jan. 14 that a minimum of two mid-amateur players will be a part of the 2013 U.S. team that will attempt to regain possession of the Walker Cup following GB&I’s 14-12 victory in 2011 at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club in Scotland. The last time a U.S. Walker Cup team had more than one mid-amateur was 2003.
Russell Henley, a Web.com Tour graduate, won in his first start as a PGA Tour member, a three-shot victory in the Sony Open at 24-under 256.
The European Tour picked the best man for the 2014 Ryder Cup captaincy in Paul McGinley, despite what went on behind the scenes.
Paul McGinley is Europe’s captain for the 2014 Ryder Cup. The Irishman defeated Colin Montgomerie in a vote of the European Tour’s tournament committee in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
A look at the 2013 European Challenge Tour schedule
A look at the 2013 schedule of Golfweek-ranked junior events
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14: The Masters Historic Edition will give gamers the chance to experience Augusta National as it was for the 1934 Masters.
UC Davis has not won a regular-season title this year, but the Aggies are anything but worried about their chances of taking this year’s Big West Championship.
So many players throughout Tiger Woods' career have had to answer questions about the former World No. 1, rather than about themselves. He got a taste of his own medicine on Tuesday in Abu Dhabi, as the attention was on Rory McIlroy.
From Russell Henley's victory to Scott Langley's impressive T-3 finish to the likes of Scott Gardiner, David Lingmerth and Henrik Norlander, the rookies showed well at their first PGA Tour tournament of the season.
The 2013 LPGA schedule, released early Jan. 15, will feature 28 tournaments and $49 million in prize money. The tour will be televised for more than 300 hours this year, a record amount of on-air coverage for the LPGA.