Carin Koch will spearhead Europe’s defense of the Solheim Cup in Germany next year, the Ladies’ European Tour announced today. Koch becomes the fifth Swede to captain the European side.
Check out photos of the 2014 Masters champion Bubba Watson from Augusta National.
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.
Here are just a few of the moments of Ron Balicki's long, hall-of-fame career covering college and amateur golf for Golfweek.
Hunter Pate, 14, is an outgoing yet humble star in the making; her considerable golf talent was on display for the world to see at Augusta National, becoming one of the first female champions on these hallowed grounds.
View images of the top junior golfers throughout 2013.
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.
A look at Round 1 at the Harder Hall in photos.
Maura Nolan offers answers to questions about her Safari Golf Tour, which includes trips from America to South Africa for golf and an overall experience of South African culture.
View images of the lodge at the Streamsong Resort which features 216 guest rooms. The lodge was done by architect Alberto Alfonso.
K.J. Choi chats with Byron Nelson in 2003.
Published on May 19, 2010
Erica Blasberg in 2008
Erica Blasberg's father, Mel, gets a hugs outside of a memorial service for his daughter May 19.
Pallbearers escort the casket of Erica Blasberg at a public memorial service at Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona, Calif., Wednesday, May 19, 2010.
Duke senior Alison Whitaker during Round 2 at the NCAA Women's Championship.
Purdue's Maude-Aimee LeBlanc, left, and Auburn's Cydney Clanton, right, check their yardage at No. 8 during Round 2.
Duke's Alison Whitaker during the second round of the Women's NCAA Championship.
UCLA head coach Carrie Forsyth with player Sydnee Michaels at No. 2. Michaels shot a 74 in Round 2. UCLA is in fourth place after two rounds.
Denver's Kimberly Kim hits her tee shot at No. 13.
Oklahoma's Ellen Mueller tries to work her ball through the air at No. 13 a par 3.
Auburn's Cydney Clanton watches her tee shot at No. 8. She shot a second round 71 and is tied for 11.
Spectators watch the action during the second round of the NCAA Women's Championship.
Arizona State's Juliana Murcia at No. 1 reacting to her parr putt.
New Mexico's Sarah Salvo reacts to missing her birdie putt at No. 8.
Arizona State coach Melissa Luellen with Juliana Murcia.
Arizona State's Carlota Ciganda leaves the course during the second weather delay of the second round.
Arizona State's Jennifer Johnson with head coach Melissa Luellen at No. 2 during the second round.
Florida State head coach Kate Golden with player Jessica Negron at the 10th tee. Lightning delayed the start of Florida State's second round.
USC's Jennifer Song at No. 9, she shot a second round 71.
University of Southern California's Cyna Rodriguez hits her bunker shot at No. 9. USC took an early lead on Wednesday.
Maude-Aimee LeBlanc of Purdue at No. 8. She shot a 73 in her second round.
UCLA's Glory Yang celebrates with assistant coach Alicia Um after hitting to No. 2, an island like green during the second round.
Jennifer Johnson of Arizona State shot a second round 70.
USC’s director of golf, Kurt Schuette (left) high-fives Belen Mozo after her second-round 72.
Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer
Chi Chi Rodriguez signs autographs at the Nashawtuc Country Club in 2006.
Byron Nelson and Tom Watson at the 1979 U.S. Open.
(From left to right) Charley Hoffman, Hunter Mahan and Y.E. Yang.