Follow the leaderboard from the WGC-Cadillac Championship at the new-look Trump National Doral.
Check out images from Friday's first- and second-round action at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral.
Carl Jonson and the UNLV Rebels lead the way at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters after the first round by four shots over Oklahoma State.
View images from the final round of the UCF Challenge at Eagle Creek Golf Club. UCF held on for a 1-stroke victory.
Austen Truslow discusses his preparation for the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open.
View images of the top junior golfers throughout 2013.
Greg Eason and Linnea Strom made the most significant jumps of the week in the latest World Amateur Golf Ranking, Eason winning the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational and Strom winning the Spanish Ladies Amateur.
A look at Round 1 at the Harder Hall in photos.
Our Bradley S. Klein says new Doral is truly the winner of this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship, and takes you hole-by-hole through the new layout in South Florida.
View images of the lodge at the Streamsong Resort which features 216 guest rooms. The lodge was done by architect Alberto Alfonso.
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Song-Hee Kim shot a 68 Friday and has a one-stroke lead over a group that includes Lorena Ochoa at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Lorena Ochoa reacts to missing her birdie putt at No. 6.
Published on April 2, 2010
Eugene Inouye writes the scores of players near the putting green.
Karen Stupples shot 4-under 68 on Saturday and will take a one-stroke lead entering the final round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
-Michelle Wie reacts to missing a birdie putt at No. 17.
Suzann Pettersen gives a thumbs up to playing partner Anna Nordqvist at No. 9.
Lorena Ochoa is tied for second at 6 under. She also announced Friday the launch of the Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation.
Spectators gather around Hole No. 17 during Friday's round.
Michelle Wie hits her third shot from the second fairway during Friday's round. Wie is T10 after Round 2.
Christina Kim watches her tee shot at No. 5, she missed the cut.
Song-Hee Kim watches her put at No. 5.
Brittany Lincicome hits her tee shot at No. 2. Lincicome posted a 74 in Round 2.
Morgan Pressel hits her tee shot at No. 16, she posted a 72 in Round 2.
Song-Hee Kim shot a second round 68 to take the lead.
Cristie Kerr watches her tee shot at No. 16. Kerr shot a 67 in her second round.
An abandoned QUIET paddle and hat near the grandstands at Hole No. 18.