News for Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Reigning U.S. Amateur champion Steven Fox has played in only two spring college tournaments, and his schedule isn't looking much better for the rest of the season.
Yani Tseng overslept on Wednesday and missed her 9:10 pro-am tee time. As a result, Tseng was withdrawn from the Kia Classic, per LPGA regulations.
Tiger Woods could return to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking with a win this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Rory McIlroy’s early-season struggles and Woods’ two wins have put the top spot back within Woods' reach.
From Tiger Woods to Kate Upton, iced tea to anchoring putters, Arnold Palmer still has opinions to share.
Dow Finsterwald, who forged a friendly rivalry with Arnold Palmer 65 years ago, has seen the game’s most beloved ambassador at his best.
Alabama and Purdue lead women's golf's top teams this week, while Chirapat Jao-Javanil, Oklahoma and Annie Park lead the top players.
Alabama, New Mexico and Florida State put up strong performances including the Crimson Tide's runner-up finish at the Southern Highlands and New Mexico's win at the Don Puckette NIT.
A look inside the bags of PGA Tour players on the range at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Ye Wocheng, a 12-year-old from Dongguan in the Guangdong province, qualified for the China Volvo Open on Tuesday to become the youngest player to qualify for a European Tour event.
In his first major decision as U.S. Ryder Cup captain, Tom Watson announced Wednesday that he will relinquish one of his four captain's picks for the 2014 matches at Gleneagles in Scotland.
Arnold Palmer bought Bay Hill Club & Lodge because he loved the golf course and wanted it for his own, not having any idea where it all would lead. Now, his invitational has been a staple of the Florida Swing for 35 years.
Ally McDonald has started to cement herself in the Mississippi State record books. And she’s only a sophomore. She has finished in the top 10 in five of seven tournaments this season.
Callaway Golf has announced that it plans to have the new, four-piece Hex Chrome+ golf ball in pro shops on April 19. It will be positioned as a tour-quality ball for mid- to fast-swinging golfers who want to maximize distance.