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Jordan Spieth, fresh off a T-2 finish at the Masters, was hit by a wedge shot from his amateur playing partner during the pro-am at the RBC Heritage.
The NCAA’s legislative council approved a proposal earlier this week to expand meal allowances for all athletes. It will allow Division I schools to provide unlimited meals and snacks to all athletes, including walk-ons.
The 10 semifinalists for the 2014 Ben Hogan Award were announced Wednesday.
Bob Toski continues to have an amazing effect on the golf world.
Jeff Clause, the CEO and director of golf at St. Francis Links in South Africa talks things South Africa (golf, moving to a foreign country, etc.) in this Q&A.
There were plenty of interesting numbers to dissect at the conclusion of play at the 2014 Masters, including who showed the most prowess on the four par 5s for the week.
Much was made of Adam Scott’s tough task of successfully defending his Masters title – and for good reason. Statistics shows that it’s the toughest of the majors to defend.
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, April 9-15.
Oliver Goss, who earned low amateur honors at the Masters on April 13, cracked the top 10 of the World Amateur Golf Ranking on Wednesday.
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem announced on April 16 that beginning this year The Players Championship will go into a three-hole, aggregate playoff in an event of a tie.
Clemson's Ashlan Ramsey is ready for the next step in her golf career. The freshman will not return to school in the fall, instead opting to turn professional after the Curtis Cup in June.
Mississippi State won the Reunion Intercollegiate at Reunion Golf and Country Club in Madison, Miss., on Tuesday.
Anchor Joe Buck will be paired with Greg Norman in the 18th tower when Fox Sports broadcasts its first U.S. Open in 2015, according to media reports and other sources.
Enthralling as Bubba Watson's shotmaking was Sunday during his Masters victory, it couldn't overcome several factors that led to a ratings drop on CBS and ESPN.
Tiger Woods, who underwent surgery last month and withdrew from the Masters on April 1, reportedly will be in recuperation mode "past the U.S. Open," his friend Notah Begay III said in an interview.