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Stewart Cink and Martin Laird sit atop the leaderboard through 18 holes of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, but it was Jarrod Lyle who stole the show at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas Thursday.
Garrett Osborn fired his second straight round in the 60s, a 3-under 69, in West Palm Beach, Fla., taking the lead with one round remaining in first-stage qualifying for Web.com Tour Q-School.
The Cardinal bring a strong field to their home course for the Stanford Intercollegiate, setting up one of the best tournaments in the fall college slate.
Highlights at the European Tour's Volvo World Match Play Championship include Dubuisson and Stenson wins and a McDowell loss.
Haeji Kang headed off a dominating first round for South Koreans at the first round of the KEB-HanaBank Championship in Incheon, South Korea.
On Wednesday, Ian Poulter announced to his 1.77 million followers on Twitter that he had parted ways with Cobra-Puma Golf.
Jyoti Randhawa's 5-under 31 in his final nine holes at Hong Kong Golf Club Thursday set the pace at the European Tour's Hong Kong Open.
With the release of the Vapor Speed hybrids, Nike promises clubs that offer distance, forgiveness and ease of use for players who have trouble with long irons.
Our Bradley S. Klein says that A.W. Tillinghast is finally getting his spot next to Charles Blair Macdonald, Alister MacKenzie and Donald Ross.
The LPGA's biggest stars, including Cristie Kerr and Morgan Pressel, continue to raise money and awareness around breast cancer, even honoring one of their own in Lisa Ferrero last month.
A CG-shifting weight system and channel in the sole make the Nike Vapor Flex of the most unique drivers on the market.
A channel in the sole and a deeper face help maintain ball speed for greater distance with the new Nike Vapor Speed.
Georgia Tech hosts the 2014 U.S. Collegiate Championship Friday through Sunday at The Golf Club of Georgia, bringing the likes of Oklahoma State, Stanford and Texas to town.
David Graham, 68, has waited a long time to be recognized by the World Golf Hall of Fame. "It's been a long time," he said, "but like they say: Good things are worth waiting for.”
Bali Hai brings the feel of Indonesia to the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, while fellow Walters Golf property Royal Links draws upon the feel of Scottish Links golf.