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Taylor Coleman of San Antonio has given a verbal commitment to play college golf for Arizona State beginning in the fall of 2015.
Sang-Moon Bae broke through in dramatic style on Sunday to win his first PGA Tour event, capturing the HP Byron Nelson Championship. Bae is the first player to win on Tour using Callaway's new HEX Chrome+ golf ball.
Behind a number of par-saving putts and a nice back-nine run, Graeme McDowell got his redemption at the Volvo Match Play on Sunday with a 2-and-1 victory over Thongchai Jaidee.
With no status on the PGA Tour, 2010 U.S. Amateur champ Peter Uihlein boldly went where few Americans go anymore. Uihlein took the fork in the road and joined the Challenge Tour, the European Tour’s developmental circuit.
Annie Dulman capped her freshman season at Rollins with Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year honors. It signals good things to come.
The scores are low this week in Mobile, where the Crossings Course delivers all kinds of Southern comforts for LPGA players.
UCLA won its third stroke-play title of the season at the NCAA Tempe Regional, and claimed its fifth regional title in the past decade. The Bruins finished 17 shots ahead of the next-closest teams.
Lynn edged defending champion Nova Southeastern at the NCAA Division II Women's National Championship, establishing itself as yet another South Florida women's golf powerhouse.
Ken Venturi had a severe stuttering problem as a youth, lost competitive golf to carpal tunnel syndrome, and lost a wife to brain cancer. Yet he’s inclined to repeat, “I’ve been very fortunate.”
North Florida still leads after two rounds of the NCAA Tallahassee Regional, but Washington, helped by Charlie Hughes' 65, pulled to within two shots entering Saturday's final round.
Pre-tournament favorite Ian Poulter bowed out of the Volvo World Match Play Championship after losing his second match in two days, left only to vent his frustration.
The 12th-seeded Charlotte 49ers lead the South Carolina Gamecocks by a single shot and are four clear of the Stanford Cardinal.
After struggling in the spring season and barely making Illinois' regional squad, Charlie Danielson fired a 7-under 65 to take the individual lead at the Fayetteville Regional.
A 27-hole municipal course in Bandon Dunes would be located on a sandy, partially wooded stretch of ground six miles south of town center, overlooking a lagoon and coastal barrier sand bar.
No. 1 Cal is ahead after a school-record, 23-under 265 that was led by 7-under 65s from U.S. Amateur runner-up Michael Weaver and Joel Stalter, but those two golfers trail USC's Sam Smith by three.