News for Sunday, January 6, 2013
Johnny Miller called Ian Poulter's lengthy read of a putt on No. 11 "dramatic," and Poulter responded by taking to Twitter to call out the longtime NBC announcer.
Start and stop, start and stop, and after three long days of trying, everybody stands shoulder to shoulder at the starting line once again. Thus far, the 2013 Hyundai Tournament of Champions has been the bridge to nowhere.
If the 2012 season proved anything, it’s that Europe has strength in depth. The signs were obvious throughout the season. What young players will step up in 2013? Our Alistair Tait takes a look at 10 prospects.
Depending on Mother Nature's mood, the PGA Tour hopes to kick of its season on Sunday with 36 grueling holes at the Plantation Course. We'll keep you updated all day in what just might be the longest day in golf.
Tianlang Guan’s road to the Masters makes another stop in Australia at this week’s Master of the Amateurs.
Texas junior Toni Hakula shot a final-round 68 Jan. 6 at St. Petersburg (Fla.) Country Club to win the New Year’s Invitational.
Patrick Albanesi of Avon, Conn., has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Boston College in 2014.
Needing a par on his final hole, Albin Choi nailed a 12-footer to hand Canada its third victory in the Copa de las Americas, clearing Mexico by one shot and the U.S. by two.
It’s as if Groundhog Day has arrived in paradise. The calendar says it’s Sunday, but it sure feels like Saturday. Or Friday. Wake up, feel the fury of wind, watch players walk around with long faces, listen to PGA Tour officials tell you play remains suspended.
Erica Popson, 21, drained an 8-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to hold off the 13-year-old Mika Liu to win the Harder Hall Invitational in Sebring, Fla.
On Day 5 of Tracy Wilcox's multimedia project going behind the scenes with eight LPGA stars, Angela Stanford reveals her affection for the Texas Rangers.