Butch Harmon has little to say about working with Tiger Woods again, while Rory McIlroy might have had a shorter path to the FedEx Cup playoffs than intended; plus more PGA Tour news and notes
Two-time winner Suzann Pettersen will share a tee time with So Yeon Ryu and Anna Nordqvist in the first and second rounds of the 2014 Portland Classic.
Stage 1 of the LPGA Q-School has begun at Mission Hills Country Club, with Elizabeth Nagel taking an early lead.
The Oklahoma Sooners, led by sophomore Alex Kaui, rank No. 16 in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.
The Clemson Tigers, with all of their key pieces returning, rank No. 17 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.
The Arizona State Sun Devils, led by junior Jon Rahm, rank No. 18 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.
The Texas A&M Aggies, a promising young team led by Marijosse Navarro, rank No. 19 in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.
The Florida Gators, who return several starters and add top freshman Taylor Tomlinson, rank No. 20 in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.
Tiger Woods' next instructor should be Tiger Woods, according to some of the game's top instructors.
When asked to list his children chronologically, Drew Pohalski ducked into his office at Nassau Country Club on Long Island to get his cheat sheet. The head pro emerged with a golf ball that had the initials of all 12 of his kids stamped down the side.
IAGA president Jay N. Fox discussed the current health of the game of golf as well as some future challenges and opportunities, including working on goals common to state associations and the USGA.
Two-time The Barclays host Liberty National will be the site of the 2017 Presidents Cup, the PGA Tour confirmed Tuesday as first reported by Golfweek magazine in June.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys rank No. 21 in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.
The Auburn Tigers, led by redshirt junior Michael Johnson, rank No. 22 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.
The California Golden Bears, with a completely new look, rank No. 23 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.
Wouldn't you like to known more about these up and coming stars of tomorrow? This week at the U.S. Women's Amateur in Glen Cove, N.Y., we go behind the scenes and ask some of the women, what's so interesting about them. Take a look!
Arnold Palmer picks up his red phone to make only a call that the King can make: To Santa Claus. And the young patients at the Arnold Palmer Children's Hospital in Orlando, Fla. are the recipients of a very special visit.
Three-time Open Championship winner Nick Faldo talks about how young golfers today have much more at their fingertips, and they need to take advantage of it.
Is Ian Poulter superstitious when it comes to playing at The Open Championship? He doesn't think so... Superstitions aside, Ian Poulter shares how he uses Tuesday of The Open week to play the course to prepare for how certain holes will play, the different wind scenarios he and his trusted caddie Terry can expect, and the tweaks he needs to make to find every advantage he can.
ESPN anchor John Anderson may have finally figured out why Rickie Fowler wears so many bright-colored outfits.
Our Lance Ringler breaks down Carson Young's dramatic victory at the Junior Invitational.
A highlight package from the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley, which saw Zachary Olsen cruise to a three-shot victory for his first major championship of his young career.
Tiger Woods has had a decorated history in golf: from getting his first hole-in-one at the young age of six, to winning his first tournament at the age of 7, to being the youngest player to win a career Grand Slam. Tiger Woods tells us how "EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA Tour '13" gives you the opportunity to play through his life in the "Legacy Challenge Mode".
Instructor Gary Gilchrist shows how pupil Morgan Hoffmann is able to generate so much club head speed due to his "powerful setup."
Asher Wildman's at another tournament and another course, so it's time to get to know the place with his favorite segment, "Did You Know?"
Being colorful can sometimes work against you. So can wearing a sweater vest in 85-degree weather! Golfweek fashion editor Ashleigh Korzack found someone sweating at the chance of another makeover.
Former UCLA standout Travis Johnson tells Lance Ringler how he went from college golfer to creating young, hip golf fashion.
Augusta National and the Masters Tournament is full of history. PGA Tour pros talk about what makes the event so unique.
Duke, UCLA and the Newberry women's teams are taking a ride up with Lance this week. Mid-season transfers, however, aren't so lucky...
Annika Sorenstam recounts her college years at Arizona, including recruiting, her favorite tournament and what is so special about the team vans.
UNLV and UCLA shared the team title March 14 at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters in Las Vegas.
When you're having a tough day (or a great day) on the course, the last thing you need is controversy on relief from a cart path. Suzy sets things straight so you have at least one less thing to worry about.
Suzy Whaley simplifies the not-so-simple shots around the green in this week's Swing Tips.
With so much to learn in the game of golf, some of the smaller details can be taken for granted. Marking your ball, for example. Or, what is the correct way to mark your ball when it has settled in a competitor's line? Suzy has the tip in this week's episode.
If it's not one thing, it's another. Too many swing thoughts at one time can cause you to make silly mistakes or compensations. Suzy has a tip that can eliminate all the noise in your head so you can focus on hitting the golf ball.