Field set for Golfweek West Coast Junior Invitational
The Legends Junior Challenge will feature a field of 30 girls divided into 10 threesomes. A past Kraft champion will play in each group instead of an LPGA legend, as in last year’s event.
Registration is open for Golfweek’s West Coast Junior Invitational. The tournament will be played May 17-19 at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz. Keep track of the field here.
Junior Girls Notebook: Jaye Marie Green's win at the AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions serves as a good confidence-booster as the 18-year-old prepares to compete in this week's U.S. Women's Open. Jackie Strouse.
The NCAA Women’s Championship closed Friday night with the announcement of the annual National Golf Coaches Association Awards and All-American teams.
Conference play has begun, and we will be monitoring championships around the country right here. Check back daily for news, results and photos as college postseason gets underway.
The top junior golfers in the country are signing the dotted line. After years of deliberation, it’s finally time for the 2012 graduates to sign their national letters of intent and officially decide where they will play college golf.
Tiffany Lua and the UCLA Bruins might create fear in the hearts of their opponents, but the defending national champs are as easygoing as they come. UCLA leads the Fall Preview by six shots.
Postseason is just around the corner, but it all starts with conference play. Check back to Golfweek.com for news and results.
The American Junior Golf Association announced its 2010 Rolex Junior All-American teams Wednesday.
Mina Hardin won the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Thursday, and is the first Mexican woman to own a USGA title. James Achenbach reports.
Lee-Anne Pace might just take further control of the Ladies European Tour’s money this week – or the bottle neck emerging among the top contenders simply could get worse.
Inside the July 9, 2010 issue of Golfweek.
John Daly is a big hit on and off the course, with golf fans and non-golf fans alike.
Sherry Herman won the USGA Senior Women’s Amateur Championship Thursday at The Homestead, winning four of five holes after the turn to beat 2004 winner Carolyn Creekmore, 4 and 3.
For the second time in three months, Stanford was dealt a crushing loss thanks to a final-round comeback from Kerr