Leaving Brookline, Mass., after a 4-and-3 defeat to Matt Fitzpatrick of England in the quarterfinals Friday, Adam Ball still believes he can win the U.S. Amateur -- but must wait until next year.
Fox has approached two-time major winner Greg Norman and offered him the job of lead analyst for the network's golf broadcasts set to debut in 2015.
Entering this week's PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club, Jim Furyk, 43, finds reason for optimism despite a rough season. He put a new Callaway FT Optiforce driver in his bag two weeks ago and likes the results.
Shona Malcolm, Ladies’ Golf Union CEO, spoke with Golfweek’s Alex Miceli during the recent Ricoh Women’s British Open, which returned to the Old Course at St. Andrews.
From Elie to Kingsbarnes to, of course, St. Andrews, golf's spotlight on Scotland has brought plenty to the attention of our Alex Miceli.
A collection of Sam Snead memorabilia, including his 1946 Claret Jug, fetched more than $1.1 million at Heritage Auctions in Rosemont, Ill.
As a rule, any event played at "The Home of Golf" is a special one, and this week’s Ricoh Women’s British Open is no exception.
From Royal Lytham to Prestwick to St. Andrews' Old Course, there is plenty to see in the British Isles between the Senior and Women's opens; including a chance encounter with a young up-and-comer prepping for the latter.
The Olympic Club in San Francisco and Bandon (Ore.) Dunes Golf Resort will play host to the respective inaugural men's and women's national four-ball tournaments in 2015, a source says the USGA will announce today.
Was Phil Mickelson's back-nine Sunday performance the best ever in a major championship? A lot of guys on the range Tuesday at the Senior Open at Royal Birkdale think so.
The latest Bulldog's Blog chronicles one of the best major championship Sundays Alex Miceli has experienced, as Phil Mickelson won a major championship that everyone said he couldn’t.
Hideki Matsuyama was penalized for slow play on Saturday and said he didn't truly understand why; his partner for the day felt for him as well. Matsuyama was docked on the 17th hole at Muirfield.
Jordan Spieth was in the hunt at the 142nd Open Championship, but the last four holes in Friday’s second round either showed why Muirfield is such a difficult test or why 19-year-olds don't win major championships.
When Mark O'Meara won his Open Championship in 1998, he was a definitive long shot. So, after his 4-under 67 on Thursday at Muirfield, O'Meara is opening eyes all over again.
In what would prove to be the pinnacle of his career, Todd Hamilton won the Open Championship in 2004 at Royal Troon, defeating Ernie Els in a four-hole playoff. That was the last time Hamilton won a tournament, the last time he broke 70 in an Open Championship -- until Thursday.
Louis Oosthuizen, the 2010 Open champion, is unsure whether he will be able to tee it up in Thursday's first round due to a recurring neck injury.
After numerous struggles for equality worldwide it's clear that at certain golf clubs in the U.K., discrimination is not only an accepted practice but one that is condoned by an organization and its chief executive.
The R&A, in its news conference before the 142nd Open Championship at Muirfield, fielded questions regarding gender discrimination, drug testing and the Olympics.
A little more than a year ago, Jordan Spieth was basking in Texas' national championship after his freshman season. On Thursday, he'll tee it up at Muirfield a multimillionaire that is the fourth-youngest player to ever win on the PGA Tour.
Fresh off a dramatic victory at the Scottish Open, Phil Mickelson enters this week's Open Championship on an incredible high about his chances playing links golf.
Tiger Woods is the favorite to win his 15th major championship and fourth Open Championship according to the oddsmakers in Las Vegas.
Our Alex Miceli squeezed in 36 holes of golf around covering the Open Championship on Monday, taking in both Gullane Golf Club and the Renaissance Club. Oh, to be able to play golf until 10 p.m.
Billy Foster, former caddie for Lee Westwood as well as Seve Ballesteros and Darren Clarke, has taken the long road back from a knee injury to pick up a two-week stint on the bag for Branden Grace.
Our Alex Miceli gives you a bit of a history lesson on Muirfield, but quickly turns his attention to this year's Open Championship, as Tiger Woods, Jason Day and Dustin Johnson all hit the course on Sunday.
In his fifth installment of the Bulldog's blog, our Alex Miceli visits St. Andrews, the 'Home of Golf.'
In his fourth installment of the Bulldog's blog, our Alex Miceli plays a round at Golfweek's top-ranked GB&I course, Trump Scotland. Let's just say it lived up to its hype.
Alex Miceli spent a day at Castle Stuart getting to know Paul McGinley, the Europeans' next Ryder Cup captain.
Royal Dornoch plays just like it was designed back in the late 1800s, fitting for a club so keen with its history that it is establishing a program to investigate the history of sport and culture in the region.
Senior writer Alex Miceli will be in England and Scotland for nearly a month and will be keeping you updated with his latest tidbits in a daily blog for Golfweek. Today's installment: A trip to Inverness, with a stop at the Tain Golf Club.
The range at Castle Stuart was not a bustling one on Monday morning, but interestingly two headliners -- Darren Clarke and Jose Maria Olazabal -- were out working on their games, both trying to find something for this week and next.
With a little more than a week before the Open Championship at Muirfield, Tiger Woods is still the heavy favorite, according to Las Vegas bookmakers.
Sunday's final round at the U.S. Open at Merion featured shanks, shots out of bounds, a hole-in-one and an improbable eagle.
Most of the field Saturday found Merion just as difficult as the first two days, including Sergio Garcia, while some such as Nicolas Colsaerts found mixed fortunes. Plus more.
Jim Furyk, Graeme McDowell and Keegan Bradley were all on the outside looking in as the cut at the U.S. Open was set at 8 over on Saturday morning.
The first round finally finished in colder, wetter and windier conditions than Thursday's start, with players dropping shots and wondering what Merion had in store.
USGA executive director Mike Davis says Merion is finally where he hoped it would be from a setup standpoint, with roughs and greens cut to desired heights.
How low will they go at Merion? Many think that the U.S. Open scoring record is in jeopardy, but our Alex Miceli says that history doesn't support that sentiment.
So with an uncluttered mind and a plan that he feels comfortable following, Scott comes to Merion for the 2013 U.S. Open ready to chase golf's Grand Slam.
Much of Merion's East Course has withstood recent rains. But the 11th hole needed some work on a bunker as U.S. Open week began with practice delays.
Three prominent touring pros who use the anchoring stroke with long or belly putters – Tim Clark, Carl Pettersson and Adam Scott – were disclosed to have retained legal counsel.
Robert Karlsson, a member of the European Tour since 1991, realized he no longer could meet the 13-start minimum to keep his card and resigned his membership.
Third-round leader Matt Kuchar made five birdies against just three bogeys in windy conditions, while J.J. Henry was one of the few to break 70 in the Memorial on Saturday.
The withdrawals are starting to come in for Monday’s 36-hole qualifier for the U.S. Open at Merion.
Once a carrier of clubs for his father at Muirfield, Bill Haas is now letting them do the talking for him; Bo Van Pelt makes helpful changes; Guan Tianlang misses the cut.
Nick Watney's score of 15 over for two rounds at the Memorial Tournament was surprising – as were coach Butch Harmon's comments via Twitter during Friday's second round.
Brains prevailed over brawn for Scott Piercy off the tee, while Keegan Bradley's distances impressed Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples during the first round of the Memorial.
Masters champion Adam Scott echoes four-time U.S. Open champion Jack Nicklaus in saying golfers shouldn't leave their drivers in the bag too often at Merion.
The PGA Tour Player Advisory Council met Tuesday, but no clear stance was taken on anchoring, and the idea of bifurcation seems to be gaining momentum, according to Davis Love III.
PGA of America president Ted Bishop, an early dissenter regarding a ban of the anchored stroke, must wrap his arms around how his 27,000 members will deal with the USGA's new rule.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has raised the threshold for a positive marijuana test, significantly reducing the likelihood of detection for athletes who use the drug. What this might mean for the PGA Tour is uncertain.