Alex Miceli covered more than 20 events on the PGA, LPGA and European tours in 2014, and he also added a regular-season college event, an NCAA regional and the U.S. Amateur.
From Michelle Wie's first major championship to Lydia Ko's stellar rookie season, here are some of the best photos from the 2014 PGA Tour season.
Eyebrows were raised when Nanna Madsen recently left the University of South Carolina halfway through her freshman year to try to earn a Ladies European Tour card.
Golfweek photographer Tracy Wilcox sorted through her best images from 2014 and came up with this gallery to highlight the year.
Wilson Furr, widely considered one of the top recruits in the Class of 2017, verbally committed to Alabama on Friday.
Check out photos of boys junior golfers signing their national letter of intent during the early signing period for the Class of 2015.
The Cardinal Amateur could see some major changes, as it will be run by McConnell Golf after 36 years of play in Greensboro, N.C.
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.
As 2014 draws to a close, Bradley S. Klein reflects on some of the courses that were notable this year.
Renowned golf course designers gathered at Kiawah Island Golf Resort Nov. 9-11 for the Golfweek Architecture Summit.
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Jordan Spieth and Curtis Thompson lost in the Round of 32 on a wild, weather-plagued day at the U.S. Junior.
Jordan Spieth watches his tee shot at No. 18 during Wednesday's Round of 32. Spieth lost to 14-year-old, Robby Shelton of Alabama.
Published on July 22, 2010
Stroke play medalist Curtis Thompson lost 3 and 2 to Denny McCarthy during Wednesday's Round of 32.
Robby Shelton of Alabama took down the defending champion, Jordan Spieth during Wednesday's Round of 32.
Defending champion, Jordan Spieth, reacts to losing his match at No. 18 to Robby Shelton during Wednesday's Round of 32.
Curtis Thompson slams his club in frustration at No. 14 during Wednesday's Round of 32. Thompson lost to Denny McCarthy.
Jordan Spieth reacts to his third shot at No. 18 during Wednesday's Round of 32. Spieth lost to Robby Shelton.
Alexander Schauffele sticks his third shot close at No. 18 during Wednesday's Round of 32.
Gavin Hall of Pittsford, N. Y. beat Alexander Schauffele 1 up during Wednesday's Round of 32.
Devon Purser defeated Adam Ball, 4 and 2 during Wednesday's Round of 32.
Jim Liu defeated Davis Womble, 8 and 7 during Wednesday's Round of 32.
Zachary Wright takes a break during the rain delay with his caddie, Adam Lange, left, during Thursday's match play of the 63rd U. S. Junior Amateur Championship.
Jorge Fernandez Valdes reacts to missing his putt at No. 9 during Thursday's Round of 16.
Richard Jung of Canada, right, and Ben Warnquist of Maryland, left, at No. 8 tee during the Round of 16. Jung is the 8 seed and Warnquist the 9 seed.
Andrew Lister hits his tee shot at No. 11 during Thursday's Round of 16. Lister lost to Robby Shelton, 3 and 1.
Scott Wolfes works with a rules official, Mary Bea Porter King, at No. 9 during Thursday's Round of 16.
Jorge Fernandez Valdes heads into the woods at No. 18 in search of his ball during Thursday's Round of 16. Valdes conceded and lost the match at No. 18.
Scott Wolfes fist bumps with his caddie Weston Rawls after making par at No. 18 to extend the match during Thursday's Round of 16. Wolfes beat Zachary Wright to move to Quarterfinals.
Jorge Fernandez Valdes high fives his caddie Maria Henao, 13, after he conceded his match to Justin Thomas at No. 18 during Thursday's Round of 16.
Zachary Wright reacts after he carded a bogey at No. 18 during Thursday's Round of 16. He lost to Scott Wolfes.
Scott Wolfes hits his shot at No.7 from a sidehill lie during Thursday's Round of 16.