It’s older than statehood and almost as revered: Golf in Arizona, like the sunshine, seems made for the desert.
From modest beginnings, Ping has evolved under Solheim offspring, but family, innovation still drive clubmaker.
Russell Henley turned in the highest score of his rookie PGA Tour season Friday at the Humana Challenge: a 69. Life is pretty good right now for the rookie, who is in contention in La Quinta.
Roberto Castro and James Hahn held onto the lead after Friday's second round of the Humana Challenge, while Phil Mickelson turned things around. See how it happened.
Na Yeon Choi could barely speak English as an LPGA rookie. Now, the No. 2-ranked player in the world can tell her story with ease. And what a story it is.
Lydia Ko’s quest to defend her title at the Australian Women’s Amateur ended Friday as the 15-year-old New Zealander fell in the second round of match play.
Bill Zylstra is nearly flawless so far in 2013. By winning the Golfweek Senior National Championship victory on Friday, the 61-year-old has claimed his third ranked senior amateur event this year.
Led by 2013 Southern Atlantic Amateur winner Kelly Shon, Princeton is aiming for an Ivy League title.
For a dedicated team like Cleveland State, failing to win a tournament after entering as the favorite can carry a hefty after-effect. Especially when it’s the conference championship, and it’s followed by a long summer break over which to reflect.
Justin Rose holds the 36-hole lead in Abu Dhabi at 8 under after a second-round 69. He leads by a shot over Welshman Jamie Donaldson, Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark and Spaniard Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano.
Richard Pfeil of Naples, Fla., and Bill Zylstra of Ocklawaha, Fla., are tied atop the Golfweek Senior National Championship leaderboard entering the final round at Mission Inn’s Las Colinas course in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.
Two 3-over 75s, a putter switch overnight and missing a cut in a tournament that he received appearance money to attend - not exactly a great start to 2013 for World No. 1 Rory McIlroy. Time to get back to work.
Tiger Woods, nor Rory McIlroy, will be hanging around for the weekend in Abu Dhabi after Woods received a two-stroke penalty for an illegal drop on the par-4 fifth hole.
Watching Russell Henley (an 8-under 64) march up the Humana Challenge leaderboard Thursday, one question comes to mind: Will his ascent continue? He's trying to keep things simple.