When it comes to golf and gaming, it doesn’t get any more realistic than EA Sports’ ‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011.’ In fact, Eric Soderstrom wonders if the Wii was made for this game.
After losing in the first round last year, Oklahoma State is on the verge of capturing its 11th national title after beating Oregon on Saturday. Eric Soderstrom reports.
Florida State’s Drew Kittleson shot arguably the best round of the week Friday, helping the Seminoles knock off the defending national champions. Eric Soderstrom reports.
Stanford emerged from a three-for-one playoff with Arizona State and San Diego on Friday to earn the eighth and final match-play spot. Eric Soderstrom reports.
There is one thing missing at the NCAA Championship: An individual leaderboard. As Eric Soderstrom writes, does it really matter?
Oklahoma State and Florida State share the first-round lead at the NCAA Championship. As Eric Soderstrom writes, low scores were the name of the game Tuesday at The Honors Course.
Duke junior Wes Roach estimated he has played The Honors Course about 15 times, even if he has the notes to prove only one of those rounds.
Eric Soderstrom spoke to ASU coach Randy Lein, who explained what made the 1996 NCAA Championship so memorable.
Florida State thought it needed a little southern karma this week at the NCAA Championship, so the Seminoles put in an order. A box of large visors, please. Eric Soderstrom explains.
UCLA started off its week on the East Coast by grabbing some pizza in a hole-in-the-wall joint in Manhattan. They ended the week by qualifying for the NCAA Championship.
Early Saturday afternoon at The Course at Yale, a tournament volunteer sat in a chair behind the ninth green, almost boasting as he warned a few visiting spectators to the danger that lurked before them.
Whistle while you work? East Tennessee State’s Rhys Enoch is trying something different en route to leading the NCAA East Regional. Eric Soderstrom reports.
A groundbreaking week in college golf is causing a lot of frustration for college golf fans, players, coaches, media and tournament organizers alike.
When UCLA coach Derek Freeman heard the Bruins were headed across the country to New Haven, Conn., as a No. 1 seed in their NCAA regional, he knew exactly what to do next.
It was easy to see why Cody Gribble felt relaxed Thursday at the NCAA East Regional. The Texas freshman shot 64 and led the Longhorns to a three-shot lead at Yale. Eric Soderstrom reports.
Mike Bentley (front, center), who created what is now the American Junior Golf Association, the most prominent junior golf association on the planet, died April 8. He was 59.
Eric Soderstrom introduces three top-20 players who are still under the radar. Get our your “Hello, my name is . . .” stickers, Jonathan Randolph, Ben Kohles and Phillipp Westermann.
The future is looking brighter for San Diego. As the team rises in the rankings, it’s definitely a good time to be a Torero. Eric Soderstrom says it was all part of the plan for coach Tim Mickelson.
For the first time in the history of EA Sports’ “Tiger Woods PGA Tour” video game series, Tiger Woods won’t be alone this year on the game’s cover.
The Junior Ryder Cup has built a reputation over the last decade for becoming a biennial blowout. But that could change this year now that the teams’ selection processes are in line with each other, writes Eric Soderstrom.
Two weeks ago, Arizona State’s Philip Francis admitted that missing an entire college season “kinda stinks.”
The Rice men’s golf team might not be the most storied program in the city of Houston, but senior Christopher Brown and the Owls are making sure they get the most attention there this year. Eric Soderstrom reports.
Tiger Woods might not be back to playing golf yet, but his newest video game, “Tiger Woods Online,” is good enough to keep his fans busy until he returns, writes Eric Soderstrom.
In your life, have you seen anything like Jamie Lovemark’s submarine act at the Frys.com Open?
Just saw another replay of Tiger Woods’ 225-yard 3-iron to the 18th green Saturday at the Presidents Cup. I laughed out loud.
Florida State won the Gary Koch Intercollegiate Sunday for already its second victory of the fall season, which signaled a trend for reasons other than good golf shots.
Tiger Woods’s $10 million FedEx Cup bonus put him over the $1 billion career earnings mark (including prize money, appearance fees, endorsements, bonuses and his golf course design business), according to a Sept. 29 report on Forbes.com.
Big breaking news here: The Oct. 19 “Bodies” issue of ESPN the Magazine will not feature Tiger Woods – at least not without clothes on.
His coaches and teammates call him “Zebo,” but you can remember the name Ryan Zebroske for now.
SMU might be the hottest team in the country. The Mustangs won their second tournament in as many weeks Tuesday at the Adams Cup. Eric Soderstrom reports.
Y.E. Yang threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers-Los Angeles Angels game Saturday night, continuing a longtime trend of golfers taking the mound, if not throwing things to the ground.
So not only did this Jason Hargett guy make a hole-in-one Tuesday to win $1 million at the Mark Eaton Celebrity Golf Classic in Utah – a feat somehow even bigger than the 7-foot-4 Eaton himself (as you can see in the video) – but Hargett also had the No. 1 top play on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” this morning.
Finally got around to cleaning out my back pack today after a week at the Walker Cup, only to be reminded of one of the funnier moments of the week.
Not one to kick a man while he’s down, I have only one criticism of Great Britain & Ireland captain Colin Dalgleish’s decision-making at the Walker Cup.
There’s a reason Team USA waltzed to a victory at the Walker Cup: perfect chemistry. Eric Soderstrom explains.
Barring a Great Britain & Ireland miracle at Merion Golf Club, the United States will win the 42nd Walker Cup this afternoon minus any drama – and a lot of the blame there should fall on the shoulders of captain Buddy Marucci.
Teams don't get much closer than the 10 men who represent the U.S. at the Walker Cup this week. As Eric Soderstrom writes, there's a lot to be said for the camaraderie formed at college matches and AJGA events.
There are players who want the ball with the game – and glory – on the line. Meet Brian Harman. As Eric Soderstrom tells us, the U.S. will rely on Harman for his play – and his fire.
It’s easy to think that Great Britain & Ireland is the more laid-back team heading into the opening day of the Walker Cup.
Top 8 (or at least 8 of the Top 100) reasons it’s cool to be picked for the U.S. Walker Cup team.
The U.S. Walker Cup team gathered around Merion Golf Club’s first tee at 9:45 Thursday morning, Brendan Gielow hitting the squad’s opening shot a little left in the rough.
A slow, rainy start for one member of the press at the Walker Cup.
The first two events of the PGA Tour playoffs came down to 72nd-hole finishes. Then why haven’t they felt more exciting?
NORTON, Mass. – Because Tiger Woods completed his final round at the Deutsche Bank Championship before television coverage kicked in Monday afternoon, you may not have seen the guy dressed in the tiger costume that followed Woods around TPC Boston for all 18 holes.
Until Monday, Tiger Woods looked human. Then he shot a final-round 63 at Deutsche Bank, letting everyone know the season isn’t over yet.
Breaking down Florida State’s winning formula for the week at Golfweek’s Conference Challenge.
Drew Kittleson led Florida State to a victory Tuesday at Golfweek’s Conference Challenge, and in the process, erased a 2008-09 season full of disappointment.
Iowa is coming off its best season in 10 years. Now, at the first event of the 2009-10 season, the Hawkeyes are in position for more success.
Joe Monte took down one of the biggest names in golf at the 2005 U.S. Junior. If only I could remember who...
The 2009-10 college season began Sunday at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, which was perfect timing for Xavier’s Sebastian MacLean.