Robert Streb picked up his first PGA Tour victory in dramatic fashion, winning a three-man playoff at the McGladrey Classic ... that and much more in Golfweek PostGame.
David Lipsky caught Graeme Storm then defeated him in a playoff Sunday at the European Tour's 2014 Omega European Masters in Switzerland.
Canadian Corey Conners dispatched of Zachary Olsen on Friday at the U.S. Amateur, now needing only one more victory to secure a spot in the 2015 Masters.
And then there were four. The semifinalists are set for the 114th U.S. Amateur Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club.
Who was the best U.S. Amateur champion from the past 16 years? Golfweek staffers Cassie Stein and Brentley Romine attempt to settle the argument.
For reigning U.S. Amateur champ Matthew Fitzpatrick, 20, this week's Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open is his third leg of a seven-tournament trial to see whether he will stay up with the big boys or be relegated to a lesser tour next year.
Playing in his first European Tour event since 2006, Kevin Stadler carded a 7-under 64 to grab the first-round lead Thursday at the Alstom French Open in Paris.
While he hasn't hit a shot in competition since having back surgery in March, Tiger Woods already is listed as at least one oddsmaker's Open Championship co-favorite.
With Patrick Rodgers and Matthew Fitzpatrick moving on to the professional ranks, it's rising Georgia Tech senior Ollie Schniederjans who takes over the No. 1 spot in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.
With the season’s next major championship just five weeks off, the sprint is on to nail down spots into the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool.
Matthew Fitzpatrick became the first player since Bobby Jones in 1930 to hold the low-amateur honors at both the U.S. Open and Open Championship.
Here are the complete tee times and pairings for the final round of the U.S. Open Sunday at Pinehurst No. 2.
At Pinehurst, some thought the winner might finish the U.S. Open over par. Martin Kaymer remains well under par after Saturday's third round. Recap the highlights right here!
Here are the tee times and pairings for Saturday's third round of the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2.
Phil Mickelson's putter woes continued on Friday at Pinehurst No. 2, leading to a 3-over 73 and is likely done in his chase to complete the career grand slam – at least for this year. The countdown to Chambers Bay starts now . . .
Cory Whitsett fires a 1-under 69, but comes up one shot short of making the cut at Pinehurst No. 2. Meanwhile, Matthew Fitzpatrick grinds out 73 and is the only amateur to make the cut at the 2014 U.S. Open.
Martin Kaymer posted a 65 to start the U.S. Open with the lead – and a record for an Open round at Pinehurst No. 2 at that despite an afternoon tee time. He hits the course early Friday to try and expand that margin.
Playing with Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose, 19-year-old amateur Matthew Fitzpatrick held his own in firing a 1-over 71 that included four birdies and five bogeys. Here's a look at how all the amateurs fared on Thursday.
World No. 1 Adam Scott. Two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson. Reigning Open Champion victor Phil Mickelson. Enigmatic Rory McIlroy. Can any of them solve Pinehurst? We'll keep you posted on U.S. Open highlights right here!
Phil Mickelson posted a solid, even-par 70 on Thursday at the U.S. Open, but even he knows that something is amiss with his flatstick, and he'll need to figure it out quickly.
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