Adam Scott, currently No. 2 in the world, will play in 2014's first two tournaments and then take a six-week break, potentially leaving himself in a FedEx Cup hole.
Defending champion Dustin Johnson missed the pro-am on Thursday with neck stiffness but remained confident that he would be able to make his 12:50 p.m. (HST) first-round tee time with Masters champion Adam Scott on Friday.
Ping's latest game-improvement i25 irons transition from forgiving long irons into feel-oriented short irons.
Graham DeLaet signed a pair of three-year deals on Thursday, moving to Puma Golf for shirt and hat, while re-signing with Titleist and FootJoy.
Harris English, coming off a victory and $2.2 million in earnings in 2013, has moved to Callaway for 2014, the company announced on Thursday.
The field is stout, but our panel of experts wades through the short field to offer up their predictions for the Hyundai Tournament of Champions this week.
Jordan Speith earned nearly $3.9 million on the PGA Tour in his rookie season, and he won the John Deere Classic. Now he is putting his focus into the major championships and intends to play many more events in 2014.
According to NewsTalkZB in her native New Zealand, teenage LPGA star Lydia Ko has signed with Callaway to use the company's clubs and equipment.
Jordan Hahn of Spring Grove, Ill., has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Wisconsin in 2015.
China’s Robin Wang and Canada’s Selena Costabile won their respective division titles at the Canadian Junior Golf Association’s World Junior Challenge at Innisbrook Resort on Dec. 30.
During the month of January, Golfweek will preview the 2014 spring season for each conference. Today, we look at the America Sky Conference.
Adam Scott's four worldwide victories seems to have carried more weight with the Golf Writers Association of America than Tiger Woods' five victories, as the Aussie was named Male Player of the Year for 2013 on Thursday.
Ping's new i25 fairway woods are designed to be forgiving, launch the ball higher and reduce spin more effectively.
The key to the performance of the Ping Karsten TR putters ("TR" stands for True Roll) is the grooved face. Ping's studies found that deeper grooves slow putts more than shallow grooves.
Higher launch angles and less spin are the combined target in Ping's new i25 hybrid.
Ping makes its low-spinning i25 driver more adjustable, more forgiving and more sporty.
As of Wednesday, all clubs used by competitors in USGA amateur championships and qualifying events must employ grooves that conform to the association's 2010 rule change.