Lee Westwood has decided to return to what made him the World No. 1 in 2010 and '11, separating from swing coach Sean Foley and working with former caddie Billy Foster.
Ernie Els is making his calendar-year debut on the PGA Tour at this week’s Northern Trust Open.
Fred Couples might be 54, but playing Riviera and the Northern Trust Open seems to make the two-time Presidents Cup champion a bit younger at heart.
Jason Gore, 39, is a journeyman's journeyman, having spent time bouncing back and forth from the PGA Tour and the Web.com Tour – all of which weighed on him. But a recent conversation with Charles Barkley, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, changed Gore's attitude.
The NCAA Women's Golf Championships will take on the same look as the men's competition starting in 2015 at the Concession Club in Bradenton, Fla.
With launch angles and head sizes to match almost any player's game, Adams created the Pro, Pro DHy, and Pro Mini hybrids.
In 77 PGA Tour and Web.com Tour events across three-plus seasons, Jim Renner had earned $661,111. In one tournament last week, the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Renner earned $580,800.
Suzann Pettersen makes her season debut this week at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open; Karrie Webb rushes through the scorer's tent and into an inadvertent DQ; plus more this week from the LPGA.
Robert Garrigus shows his NHL fandom on his bag; Dustin Johnson goes low at Pebble Beach; the Web.com Tour gets going this week; plus more in our news and notes from the PGA Tour.
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson’s pick of four-time major champion Raymond Floyd as an assistant shows Watson means business and is serious about winning -- and likes likes tough guys.
Cheyenne Woods’ break-out victory in Australia created enough buzz to adjust TV schedules in the U.S. -- and the ripple effect is likely to carry over to LPGA sponsor exemptions.
When you’ve got serious back issues and you’re unable to take part in the thing that you do for a living, well, that’s not a good thing, yet it was PGA Tour veteran Dudley Hart’s world.
The most recent of PGA Tour veteran Stuart Appleby's nine wins came in 2010, but he insists he has the desire to continue to work hard: "It’s just there, within arm’s reach."
Take a look at our issue that focuses on three new irons, as well as a Q&A with Ping's Marty Jertson, a look at Jimmy Walker's winning bag, notes from the PGA Tour and fashion pieces on Chase 54 and J. Lindeberg.
After years of losing Spanish tournaments, the European Tour finally received a modicum of good news with the addition of a new Spanish tournament to the 2014 schedule, albeit a small-purse event.
Puma Golf’s new SportLux Collection features sophisticated apparel, footwear and accessories that will be available to the public on Feb. 15
At the recent Farmers Insurance Open and this week's Northern Trust Open, spectators have been banned from the grounds on Tuesdays. The move is an outgrowth of the revised security policies issued late last year by the Tour.
Welcome to Golfweek’s Men's Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest men's college news from Feb. 4-11.
Making changes to the Sistine Chapel of golf is never easy, but restoring it to its original design is encouraged. Jack Neville designed Pebble Beach to play along the water as much as possible and utilized the Pacific Ocean as a hazard. See what changes are being made to the course in preparations for the 2019 U.S. Open.
Welcome to Golfweek's Women's Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest women's college news.
Chase54's spring collection for women, the art of style, offers a combination of patterns and prints.
See all of senior writer Jim McCabe's notes and news items from the PGA Tour and professional golf ranks this week.