Perhaps more surprising than Inbee Park’s opening 67 was a gift from the USGA to the U.S. Women's Open field: Sebonack played about 300 yards shorter than the advertised 6,821 yards.
Paz Echeverria speaks often of her back-up plan, which was made possible by her college degree. Thursday, the Chilean didn't seem to need it, with a 3-under 69 in her first U.S. Women's Open.
While relatively few players managed to break par during the first round at Sebonack Golf Club, Ha-Neul Kim and Inbee Park rose to the top of the leaderboard with low numbers.
Brooke Mackenzie Henderson is the kind of fresh air fans love about our national Open. She’s 15 years old, with dimples in her cheeks and excitement in her eyes.
The first round of the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club had a bit of a U.S. Open-type feel to it. Roberto Castro, who shot 5-under 66, and a trio of players – Billy Horschel, Bud Cauley and Graham DeLaet – at 3 under, no one managed to shoot more than a couple shots under par. Here are 5 Things you ned to know from Thursday.
Tee times for the second round of the AT&T National at Congressional
Ollie Schniederjans, a junior at Georgia Tech, struggled to a 1-over start through six holes at Druid Hills Golf Club before playing the final 12 holes in 4 under to shoot 69. Schniederjans, of Powder Springs, Ga., stands at 12-under 132.
The field has shrunk by two major stars -- Tiger Woods and Justin Rose -- but there are still Rickie Fowler, Adam Scott and Jason Day to provide plenty of intrigue at AT&T National. Follow now!
Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Champ, Ben Balter and Adam Wood traveled to Japan for the Junior Golf World Cup. Although the team didn't win, the foursome and coaches took home an experience of a lifetime.
Wegmans LPGA Championship organizers signed a one-year contract with Monroe Golf Club in Pittsford, N.Y., and tournament dates will move to the week of Aug. 11 next year.
36 players have been named to the Wyndham Cup teams (East or West) set to take place at The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe GC, July 15-18.
Stacy Lewis’ goal coming into the 2013 U.S. Women's Open was to remain level no matter the situation; plus items on Nelly Korda, Michelle Wie and more from Sebonack.
Davis Love III cites a hip injury in withdrawing from the AT&T National, his lone birdie of an 83 coming at the first hole.
Callaway has announced its latest wedges – the Mack Daddy 2 line – will be available at retail beginning July 12.
Joey Johnson from Ozark, Mo. defeated Ryan Zech of Kearney, Mo., 7 and 6 to win the 106th edition of the Missouri Amateur, contested at Blue Hills Country Club in Kansas, Mo.