The 22-year-old's 2015-16 season has fallen just short of his expectations, but he feels there's still time to make this a great year.
Adam Schupak has been lugging his laptop and golf bag and following the sun to write about golf since 1997. He joined Golfweek in 2006, following seven years working at the PGA Tour and World Golf Hall of Fame. As a senior writer, he covers PGA Tour events, writes instructional features and enterprise assignments. Schupak graduated from Colgate University, where he played varsity golf, and holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. He is the author of Deane Beman: Golf’s Driving Force. His trophy for winning the 1999 TPC Sawgrass ‘A Flight’ Club Championship is on permanent display in his living room.
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Billy Hurley III, who thought about retiring in 2016, will skip the British Open to attend his sister’s wedding
The Quicken Loans National champion's family obligation on British Open Saturday will have him missing the festivities at Royal Troon despite his remarkable golfing turnaround.
Winning his first career PGA Tour event near Washington D.C.? Billy Hurley III, Navy grad and military man, couldn't have scripted his maiden Tour victory any better.
Australian Aaron Baddeley was once touted to be golf's next big thing, but that hasn't panned out and he is attempting to become relevant in golf again.
Famed swing instructor Butch Harmon says pupil Dustin Johnson is ready to get over the hump this weekend and win his first major.
The 31-year-old played 36 holes on Friday, and his 4-under total stands as the 36-hole clubhouse lead by two.
Still searching for his first win at a major, Dustin Johnson cards first-round 67 at Oakmont Country Club.
The marquee group that included a four-time major winner, the Masters champion and the 2015 Players champion combined for 15 over in Round 1.
Bubba Watson played well, Jordan Spieth did OK and Jason Day didn't even hit a shot during a rain-shortened Thursday at the U.S. Open.
We investigate who exactly Andrew Landry, the early leader at Oakmont, is.
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