Georgia Southern and Chattanooga will lock heads as they battle for the Southern Conference title this spring.
Despite the graduation of its three top players, Lamar still has high expectations in the Southland Conference this spring.
Behind hot sophomore Daniel Berger, Florida State won its first Gator Invitational title since 1981 by an eye-opening 15 shots over North Florida.
Sacred Heart took a big step toward regaining conference bragging rights in the fall, finishing the first part of the season as the highest-ranked team in the Northeast Conference.
St. Peter’s notched three fall victories by winning the ECAC Championship, Monmouth quad-match and the St. Barnabas Health Invitational.
Sun Mountain, which began making push carts in 1999, is ready to launch its two latest full-featured offerings – the Star Cart and Combo – that promise easy walking, plenty of accessories and easy folding for storage.
Little One was born from grinding down the head of a 7-iron into a miniature iron head (37-degree loft). The idea of the club is to improve accuracy by forcing players to hit the ideal spot on the clubface.
Smoother acceleration, better cold starts, a quieter ride and a greener footprint on the golf course are just some of the advantages of Yamaha’s new Electronic Fuel Injection golf carts.
Princeton has won 19 Ivy League titles since 1975, but none since 2006. But if the fall was any indication, the Tigers could get No. 20 this spring.
Josh Gregory, who arrived in Dallas before the 2011-12 season after leading Augusta State to two consecutive national championships, guided the Mustangs to their third straight NCAA regional appearance last season.
After closing the first day with 10 straight points, the West stayed hot on a cold day in Henderson, Nev., on Sunday, beating the East 22-9 to win a second straight Winn Junior Cup.
From Tianlang Guan to Beau Hossler to Andy Zhang, junior boys made a big impact on the golf world in 2012. Who might do the same in 2013?
Louisville might have one of its deepest squads in head coach Mark Crabtree’s 13 seasons as the Cardinals’ coach. Six players finished the fall with a scoring average in the 73s. Two more posted scoring averages in the 74s.
Sean Dale has experienced heartbreak the past two seasons, but this spring the senior will get one more shot at helping the Ospreys advance to match play, which has eluded North Florida in three trips to the NCAA Championship.
In its first three years of men’s golf, the America Sky Conference has seen four different conference champions. And if the fall was any indication, that trend could continue this spring. Houston Baptist established itself as the favorite this spring with a strong fall.
Robin Wang sank a birdie putt on the final hole to avoid a playoff and win the boys 15-19 division of the World Junior Challenge Sunday at Innisbrook.
Who climbed and who dropped in 2012? Through Dec. 31, Golfweek.com takes a look at players who made significant moves up or down in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index this year.
Eric Macrow gave up hockey to focus on his budding golf career. He'll be the top-ranked player in this weekend's Canadian Junior Golf Association Challenge in Florida.
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we wrap things up with No. 1: Beau Hossler.
Our Brentley Romine joined Golfweek mid-year, but experienced plenty in only six months, witnessing Andy Shim's big comeback, junior golfers' affinity for chocolate and raccoon setting up shop at a Florida junior tournament.
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 2: Matt NeSmith.
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 3: Robby Shelton.
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 4: Tianlang Guan
Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer teed it up together during the first round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge Saturday at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, and it was just like old times – friendly banter and all.
After a three-year hiatus, the Father/Son Challenge made its return Saturday at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club. And what a return it was.
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 5: Adam Wood
From teeing it up with Arnold Palmer to lunch with Rory McIlroy to his thoughts on Tom Watson as Ryder Cup captain, Jack Nicklaus had plenty to talk about on the eve of the Father/Son Challenge.
Davis Love III not only supports Tom Watson as 2014 U.S. Ryder Cup captain but also hopes for an opportunity to play for him again.
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 6: Jim Liu
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 7: Andy Shim
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 8: Andy Zhang
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 9: Matt Gilchrest
Golfweek brings you the top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 10: Tae Wan Lee.
As great as the 2011-12 campaign was for college freshmen, this season has a chance to be just as special. Our Brentley Romine looks at 12 freshmen that have made the grade this fall.
While Robby Shelton still hasn't chosen a college – Golfweek has learned he's deciding between Alabama and Auburn – there were plenty of top golfers who did during National Signing Day.
Lexi Thompson grew up playing the EA Sports Tiger Woods video game franchise and didn't have much success against her brothers. Now she'll have a shot to beat them as herself in the 2014 version of the game.
Due to Ivy League policy on athletic scholarships, Robert Deng and Daniel De La Garza won't be signing Wednesday, but their commitments to Harvard give the Crimson one of the country's most-impressive classes.
It was a crazy day Friday at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic as seven players found a share of second and leader Charlie Beljan fought an elevated heart rate.
J.J. Qualkenbush, 16, has matured a lot since his first pro-am start at the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic four years ago. Playing with Gary Woodland, the junior shot 2 under Thursday at Disney.
After making the cut at the 2008 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic just six months removed from a second heart transplant, Erik Compton enters Disney this week fighting to keep his PGA Tour card.
Fueled by a 5-under front nine, Zachary Healy shot 67 on Sunday to win the Golfweek East Coast Junior Invitational at Celebration Golf Club.
Yueer Cindy Feng and Callahan Elzey lead the Golfweek East Coast Junior Invitational, but several golfers, including Brian Carlson, Austen Truslow and Simin Feng, are in contention in Celebration.
Men's college notebook: First-year coach Scott Limbaugh has helped Vanderbilt to a team title and a No. 14 ranking so far this fall.
After a poor start, Florida Gulf Coast's men turned it around with a win at the Cobra Puma Invitational.
Sean Dale fractured his left ring finger four days before his PGA Tour Q-School pre-qualifier, but despite the injury, he advanced to the next stage.
Men's notebook: Central Arkansas won the men's title at the Golfweek Program Challenge, fulfilling coach Ryke Dismuke's high expectations going into the tournament.
Led by individual medalist Brooke Bellomy, Campbell's women's golf team opened its season in record-setting style at the Golfweek Program Challenge.
After missing out on the Golfweek Program Challenge as a freshman, James Madison's Trey Smith is leading the whole thing as a sophomore.
Defending champion Campbell got off to a great start the Golfweek Program Challenge, with the women leading by 14 strokes and the men trailing by a shot after the first round.
Jacksonville State's Tomasz Anderson lost his father last July, and instead of spending the summer honing his golf skills, he got a job to help out his mother with household finances.