The election of USGA officers, including Thomas J. O'Toole Jr. who has been nominated for president, and the Executive Committee will take place in February at Pinehurst, N.C.
David Schultz overcame hard charging Chip Lutz to win his first Canadian Men’s Senior Amateur title by sinking a birdie putt on the final hole at the Briars Golf Club.
Canadian David Schultz of Calgary, Alberta and American Jay Blumenfeld of Parsippany, N.J., share the lead heading into the final round of the Canadian Men’s Senior Championship at the Briars Golf Club in Sutton West, Ontario.
After the second round of the Canadian Senior Amateur Championship, Chip Lutz is half-way toward becoming only the third player in history to win the title three years in a row.
Chip Lutz prevailed on day one of the Canadian Men’s Senior Amateur Championship after posting an opening round of 4-under par 67.
If American senior amateur Chip Lutz successfully defends his Canadian Men's Senior Championship title again, he will join Canadian golfing legends Nick Weslock and Bob Wylie as the only players winning it in three consecutive years.
After being disappointed that he failed to qualify for the U.S. Senior Amateur earlier this year, Pat Thompson posted a 5-under total to win the Senior North & South Amateur Championship at Pinehurst (N.C.) Resort.
Brian Cairns, carded rounds of 72-68-69 for a 7 under-par 209 total to win the Gilbert A. Currie Trophy at the Michigan PGA Championship on Aug. 21.
Christine Meier, from Rochester Hills, Mich., won the 97th Michigan Women’s Amateur yesterday at Walnut Hills Country Club with a 3-and-2 victory over Hailey Hrynewich of Muskegon.
Liz Nagel and Sarah Hoffman couldn't be much more closely aligned than they are after two rounds of the 97th Michigan Women's Amateur.
This win gives Steven Fox a Tennessee trifecta after winning the 2008 Tennessee Junior Amateur and the 2011 Tennessee Match Play.
George Zahringer, from New York, won the British Senior Amateur Championship at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club after posting rounds of 69-75-74 for a 218 total. His one-stroke victory over fellow American Tom Brandes gave Zahringer his first international victory.
Americans George Zahringer and Brady Exber posted opening round 69s to share the lead at the Senior Open Amateur at Royal Aberdeen as Chip Lutz chases a 'Celtic Slam.'
Jeff Curl's 35-footer for birdie to win in a playoff atoned for a missed par putt on the last hole of regulation at the 2013 Connecticut Open.
Jordan Niebrugge, last week's winner at the U.S. Amateur Public Links, continued his hot streak by winning the 112th Wisconsin State Amateur Championship on Wednesday at The Bog in Saukville, Wisconsin.
Andrew Walker, of Battle Creek, Mich., won a playoff to become the second-youngest player in history to qualify for the U.S. Amateur.
After lurking in the background and trying to stay cool in near-record heat, Tee-k Kelly of Ohio State carded four birdies during his final 10 holes to win the 2013 Illinois State Amateur.
High temperatures and tough hole locations came into play during the Tennessee Women's Open as Jessica Alexander was able to survive the elements and collect the victory.
Tyler McCumber, a Florida product, picked up his first professional victory by clearing the field at the Florida Open by two shots.
Ron Beurmann became the first player in history to win consecutive Michigan Senior Open titles.
Ty Travis, a junior at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, shot 67-68-66 and never fell from the lead en route to the 2013 Idaho State Amateur championship.
The first pairing of the day saw Jake Erickson of Springfield card a 5-under-par 67 to take the first round lead in the 83rd Illinois State Amateur.
Joey Johnson from Ozark, Mo. defeated Ryan Zech of Kearney, Mo., 7 and 6 to win the 106th edition of the Missouri Amateur, contested at Blue Hills Country Club in Kansas, Mo.
Sam Horsfield romped to an 11-shot victory at the Florida State Amateur, becoming the youngest winner in the 96-year history of the event.
Cory Paladino, a Baylor grad, becomes only the second player to capture both the Palmer Cup and the Connecticut Amateur – and the first to win both in the same year.
Andrew Chapman buried an 18-footer for birdie on the 18th hole to defeat former MLB pitcher Mike Ignasiak to win the 102nd Michigan Amateur.