Here's a quick glance at today's top results in each NCAA men's golf regional -- and click the link in each region to read the in-depth recap on each.
Alabama-Birmingham tops the leaderboard by a stroke over host Illinois, with Clemson and Kent State in pursuit amid rain and wind in the NCAA men's golf Sugar Grove regional.
Each closing strong down the stretch, Austin Ernst and Azahara Munoz shot 65 Thursday to lead the LPGA's Kingsmill Championship as Stacy Lewis and Lydia Ko chase the World No. 1 ranking.
Peter Hanson's 5-under 65 gave the Swede the first-round lead Thursday at the HP Byron Nelson Championship.
The impressive part of Thursday’s first round was that Patrick Rodgers still found a way to score with something other than his “A” game, helping Stanford to a lead over Oklahoma at the NCAA men's regional in Eugene, Ore.
Oklahoma State leads by nine shots after Thursday's first round of the NCAA Columbia (Mo.) Regional while host Missouri is in second.
Alabama, No. 1 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings, leads the Auburn (Ala.) Regional after shooting under par at the Auburn University Club. Louisville's Robin Sciot-Siegrist leads by one on the individual leaderboard.
Jay Haas, Mark Calcavecchia, Olin Browne and Chien Soon Lu shared the first-round lead at 3-under 69 on Thursday in the Regions Tradition, the first of the 50-and-over tour's five majors. Nine others were within two strokes of the lead.
The NCAA Raleigh (N.C.) Regional was suspended Thursday afternoon due to inclement weather.
The top of the field is loaded for Thursday's first round of the PGA Tour's HP Byron Nelson Championship. Keep up with first-round highlights from TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas, right here.
On the verge of taking over the World No. 1 ranking, Adam Scott has committed to playing next week's Crowne Plaza Invitational, the PGA Tour announced Thursday.
Top-seeded Georgia jumped out to an early lead Thursday at the NCAA San Antonio Regional while College of Charleston, the No. 11 seed, is four shots back in solo second at Briggs Ranch Golf Course.
Graeme McDowell will skip next week's BMW PGA Championship in England on European Tour to spend time at his U.S. home with his pregnant wife.
Check out scores on the live leaderboard from the PGA Tour's 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship.