Adam Schupak has been lugging his laptop and golf bag and following the sun to write about golf since 1997. He joined Golfweek in 2006, following seven years working at the PGA Tour and World Golf Hall of Fame. As a senior writer, he covers PGA Tour events, writes instructional features and enterprise assignments. Schupak graduated from Colgate University, where he played varsity golf, and holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. He is the author of Deane Beman: Golf’s Driving Force. His trophy for winning the 1999 TPC Sawgrass ‘A Flight’ Club Championship is on permanent display in his living room.
Stories by Adam Schupak
Jordan Spieth shot 4-over 74 Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson to finish a disappointing T-18 in his hometown event.
Sergio Garcia defeated Brooks Koepka in a playoff to win the 2016 AT&T Byron Nelson, his first PGA Tour title since 2012.
Brooks Koepka leads Jordan Spieth by two shots after 54 holes of the AT&T Byron Nelson, but neither player feels comfortable with his game.
So far this season, Kaufman is the breakout rookie on the PGA Tour, with a victory among six top-15 finishes.
Will Zalatoris didn't let the NCAA men's regionals get in the way of playing this week on the PGA Tour.
Alex Moon has fond memories of attending the Byron, as he called it, as a kid.
Ken Duke, who was sidelined until February with a broken wrist, had missed five cuts in his past nine starts.
Jason Day earned his seventh victory in 17 events with a four-shot triumph at The Players Championship.
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