The Azalea Invitational kicks off Thursday at The Country Club of Charleston, bringing with it, yet another field full of highly-ranked mid-amateur, collegiate and junior golfers.
Alejandro Canizares of Spain retained a one-stroke lead over Seve Benson of England by shooting a 4-under 68 in the second round of the Trophee Hassan II.
Shintaro Ban put the finishing touches on an impressive run with a resounding win in the final match at the 2014 San Francisco City Championship.
Bryson Dechambeau shot a 2-under 70 to storm into a three-way tie with reigning U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Mike McCoy and Greg Eason for the lead after two rounds at the Jones Cup Invitational at Ocean Forest Golf Club.
The director of the Jones Cup says the international field is the amateur tournament's best yet, headlined in 2014 by several Walker Cup and NCAA championship winners as well as top mid-ams and juniors.
Former Texas A&M standout Cameron Peck continued his stellar 2013 summer by winning the 112th Pacific Northwest Men’s Amateur Championship, held at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, Ore. Peck defeated Hans Reimers of Albany, Ore. in the Final match, 7 and 6.
The low round of the final day and a playoff lifted Colby Harwell to victory at the Carlton Woods Invitational, while Doug Pool won the senior division in another playoff.
Christopher Petefish, a Scottsdale Christian Academy junior, blew a three-shot lead on the final hole at TPC Scottsdale’s Champions Course, then emerged victorious from a three-hole, sudden-death playoff over Cory Bacon.
Nathan Kimsey captured the Terra Cotta Invitational in Florida today at Naples National Golf Club.
A couple of Walker Cup candidates and a Masters invitee are among the top golfers headed to this week's Azalea Invitational in Charleston, S.C.
Former Dartmouth star Peter Williamson played bogey-free golf for 15 holes at the North & South Amateur final, defeating Thomas Bradshaw, 4 and 3.
Kevin Penner birdied the 72nd hole to get into a three-way playoff with Chris Williams and Ben Geyer, then birdied the first playoff hole to win the 19th Sahalee Players Championship.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
Here’s an easy golf prediction for 2010. If you haven’t yet heard of Italian golf sensation Matteo Manassero, you soon will.
IBM and the PGA Tour have been partners for a few years now, and each season the computer company upgrades its methods for tracking players electronically.