With six birdies, Scott Brown's 68 at Spyglass Hill moved him to 10 under as he took the second-round lead at the Pebble Beach Invitational by a shot over Jason Kokrak.
There was enough time in between rain and darkness at Champions Tour Q-School for Wes Short Jr. to take medalist honors along with a $30,000 check and fully exempt status for 2014.
Second stage of Web.com Tour Q-School wrapped up Friday. Here is a closer look at who moved on and who did not at each of the six sites.
Cal star Michael Kim gutted out a 1-over 73 that allowed him to advance to Web.com Tour Q-School finals. Success at the finals would create a difficult decision for the junior -- go pro or return to school?
Sandra Gal pulled away with three birdies on the back nine to build a three-shot lead after two rounds at the LPGA Titleholders.
Alabama senior Cory Whitsett and 2013 NCAA Division III Player of the Year Brad Shigezawa of Claremont Mudd Scripps are among the 21 individuals who will compete in the Western Refining Sun Bowl All-America Golf Classic on Nov. 25-26 at El Paso (Texas) Country Club.
The sale of Edwin Watts Golf Shops LLC took an important step forward on Nov. 20, even if one of its potential buyers did not.
Tiger Woods' limited-field World Challenge event will move in 2014 from Thousand Oaks, Calif., to Windermere, Fla. – where the Tavistock Cup will cease to exist.
Ping releases a new driving iron, Rapture, for players looking for lower trajectories and higher ball speeds off the tee.
Luke Donald fired a 5-under 66 Friday at the Japan Tour's Dunlop Phoenix to grab a share of the lead at Phoenix Country Club in Miyazaki, Japan.
Nike's 2014 VRS Covert 2.0 driver might not look much different on the outside, but its new Fly-Brace technology in the hollow internal cavity gives the clubhead a new stiffness that the company feels is a good thing.
Darcy Brereton, a 19-year-old member at Royal Melbourne, got a unique opportunity earlier this week at the World Cup. The plus-1 handicap and aspiring professional carried American Kevin Streelman's bag during Wednesday's pro-am.
Thomas Bjorn of Denmark maintained his patience around a tricky Royal Melbourne on Friday to shoot a 3-under 68 and take a one-stroke lead after two rounds of the World Cup.