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At the end of 2013, Mark Wilson had played 11 years on the PGA Tour, won five times and piled up nearly $14 million in prize money. But there were some things he wondered about.
The fall Palmer Cup rankings have been announced. The 2015 Palmer Cup will take place June 12-14 at Rich Harvest Farms outside of Chicago, Ill.
Lindsey Vonn has voiced support for boyfriend Tiger Woods in the aftermath of a parody directed at Woods by Golf Digest writer Dan Jenkins.
Brad Faxon, a former Ouimet Memorial Tournament winner, will be honored by the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund for lifelong contributions to golf.
As the PGA Tour finally takes a break – for a whopping 63 days, that is – it’s not as if we’re deprived of world-class golf.
Remember the name Renato Paratore. Not because he’s leading after five rounds of European Tour Qualifying School at PGA Catalunya in Girona, Spain, but because he has the talent to be a major European star.
Before the 2014 European Tour season finale gets underway in Dubai, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson took a few moments to relive some of their fondest shots on No. 18 at Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Bryson Dechambeau, a junior at SMU, has become one of the top players in college golf despite balancing the workload of a physics major and a demanding practice schedule.
Tiger Woods responded Tuesday to a parody piece written by Dan Jenkins that appeared in the December issue of Golf Digest.
The LPGA announced its 2015 schedule at the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship in Naples, Fla., and it will include 33 events plus an increase of more than $4 million in prize money.
Donnie Trosper of Canton, Mich., signed with Central Florida during the early signing period for the Class of 2015.
Rory McIlroy debuted Nike Golf’s new Lunar Control 3 golf shoes Tuesday during a practice round at the DP World Tour Championship.
John Hahn’s dream of a European Tour card is alive and well thanks to a career-low 58 in the fourth round. He was the biggest mover on cut day at European Tour Qualifying School at the PGA Catalunya Resort in Girona, Spain, but there were others who made big moves to keep their dreams alive.
Rickie Fowler has committed to play in the 2015 Irish Open, which will be hosted at Royal County Down by Rory McIlroy's foundation.
Bill Walbert couldn't make his qualifier for the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship. Luckily, his partner Brent Grant shot 9-under 63 playing his own ball to earn the pair a trip to The Olympic Club next year.