Golf would be in much better shape if every tour pro had the same attitude as Paul Lawrie. It’s debatable whether any current tour pro gives more back to the game than the 1999 Open Champion.
The PGA Tour Wives Association and the McGladrey Classic co-hosted their annual Wiffle Ball Game on Tuesday as part of tournament week in St. Simons Island, Ga. The event raised $20,000 for Blessings in a Backpack.
The race for the ANNIKA Award is on again this season. The following players made the first edition of the ANNIKA Watch List.
Images from the 2014 NCCGA Fall National Championship, played Nov. 15-16 at Dancing Rabbit Resort's Azaleas and Oaks courses in Philadelphia, Miss.
Spencer Soosman and Sierra Brooks captured titles at the Polo Golf Junior Classic Friday at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Check out photos of boys junior golfers signing their national letter of intent during the early signing period for the Class of 2015.
A group of elite amateurs has been selected for the traditional Walker Cup practice session, which will take place Dec. 17-20 at Frederica Golf Club on St. Simons Island, Ga.
Australian Antonio Murdaca finished the Asia-Pacific Amateur seven shots clear of the field to earn the trophy and an invitation to the 2015 Masters.
Imagine you’re given an all-expenses-paid winter golf trip anywhere in the world. Which country would you choose to visit?
Renowned golf course designers gathered at Kiawah Island Golf Resort Nov. 9-11 for the Golfweek Architecture Summit.
Published on October 8, 2009
Former President George H.W. Bush tips his cap walking to the first tee box Oct. 8 at Harding Park.
Barry Bonds watches the foursome matches Oct. 8 at the Presidents Cup.
Tiger Woods tees off on the third hole Oct. 8 during the Day 1 at the Presidents Cup.
Matt Kuchar won the Turning Stone Resort Championship using graphite shafts in his irons.
Ernie Els of the International team watches a shot during the first day of the Presidents Cup.
Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker celebrate their 6-and-4 win over Geoff Ogilvy and Ryo Ishikawa Oct. 8 at the Presidents Cup.
Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker of the U.S. team celebrate on the first hole. They would go on to get a 6-and-4 win over Geoff Ogilvy and Ryo Ishikawa.
Spectators at the 8th hole display their U.S. team spirit.
Phil Mickelson hits his second shot at the 10th hole during the Day 1 at the Presidents Cup.
Phil Mickelson hits his tee shot at the 9th hole. Mickelson's win with Anthony Kim helped put the U.S. up 3 1/2 to 2 1/2 after Day 1.
Retief Goosen of the International Team plays a shot on the 12th hole. Goosen and Y.E. Yang halved their match with Jim Furyk and Justin Leonard.
Camilo Villegas of the International team lines up a putt on No. 17.
Anthony Kim hits his second shot at the 9th hole. Kim was partnered with Phil Mickelson, and the pair won their match over Mike Weir and Tim Clark of the International team, 3 and 2.
Michael Jordan, an assistant for the U.S. team, waits on a tee box.
Ryo Ishikawa and International team captain Greg Norman wait on the 18th green.
Tiger Woods reacts on the fifth green. Tiger and partner Steve Stricker had the biggest margin of victory of the day with their 6-and-4 win over Geoff Ogilvy and Ryo Ishikawa.
Vijay Singh and Robert Allenby of the International Team discuss a shot on the 10th hole. Singh and Allenby won their match against Lucas Glover and Stewart Cink, 1 up.
Anthony Kim celebrates his match-winning birdie putt on the 16th hole Oct. 8 at the Presidents Cup.
Gavea Golf and Country Club in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Itanhanga Golf Club.
Tiger Woods smiles during Day 1 of the President Cup.
Martha Leach holds the Mildred Gardiner Prunaret Trophy after winning the 23rd U.S. Women's Mid Amateur Championship.
Tim Spitz (left) and Nathan Smith will square off in the final of the U.S. Mid-Amateur.
Martha Leach is mobbed by friends from left, Nancy Grote, Mary Jane, Sallie Sumerel and Mary Jane Hiestand, after she won the 23rd U.S. Women's Mid Amateur Championship.
Martha Leach, right, hugs her opponent, Laura Coble after she defeated Coble, 3 and 2.
Martha Leach celebrates winning the 23rd U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championship at Golden Hills Golf & Turf Club.
Martha Leach hits out of the bunker at No. 8.
Martha Leach and her husband/caddie, John, walk up No. 9.
Laura Coble hits out of a bunker at No. 13.
Martha Leach's caddie/husband, John, gives Leach a shoulder massage at No. 13.
Laura Coble walks off the green at No. 12 after a bogey.
Martha Leach hits out of the bunker at No. 4. Leach and Laura Coble halved the hole with 6.
Laura Coble hits a fairway shot at No. 3.
Martha Leach hits her tee shot at No. 13.
Martha Leach topped Laura Coble, 3 and 2, to win the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur on Oct. 8.