The Kentucky women's golf team is young on paper, but has enjoyed its best season in years behind the leadership of coach Golda Borst and senior Liz Breed.
Annie Park, Alison Lee, Stephanie Meadow and Mariah Stackhouse atop this week's Annika Award Watch List.
In Big 10 country, considerable stock is placed in the quality of golf that can be created away from the elements. As Ohio State’s indoor facility nears completion, the Buckeyes’ stock is also rising.
An easy way to focus on the process is to forget about the prize waiting at the finish line. Stanford sophomore Mariah Stackhouse has done all throughout this Annika Award race and last week when she won the UC Irvine Invitational for a sponsor's exemption into the LPGA's Kia Classic.
Walt Martin was part of a distinct foursome on the Gulfport (Miss.) High School golf team. It's only part of Martin's intriguing life story, which is heavy in golf and service to his country.
With last fall's graduation of Caroline Powers, one of the best players in Michigan State history, this season could have been a rebuilding year. Instead, a different culture has emerged on a team with three determined seniors.
As the spring season progresses, Golfweek is monitoring the race for the inaugural Annika Award. An award update will be posted each Friday on Golfweek.com.
The deeper USC plays into the season, the more its story becomes like a riddle. How many different fivesomes can head coach Andrea Gaston create out of a roster with seven very capable competitors?
Two years ago, the eight-woman U.S. Curtis Cup team was locked in well before the end of January. But here we are in a Curtis Cup year, blazing through February with only a vague idea of what players might make that team.
While a nighttime skins game at Indio Municipal GC is a wacky diversion in the Palm Springs area, Pete Dye’s Stadium Course at PGA West is a true bucket-list item for any golfer heading to Southern California.