Highlights from the first stage of PGA Tour Qualifying School, played at various sites around the country.
Olle Bengtsson is the lone newcomer to Augusta State's Southeast Regional lineup that won it all last season.
The following individuals advanced to sectional U.S. Open qualifying. The 2011 U.S. Open will take place June 16-19 at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.
Augusta State was the hero of 2010 as Oregon dropped off the map in the fall season. Ron Balicki recaps college golf’s top headlines.
The opening wave of the PGA Tour’s first stage of Qualifying School is under way, with a number of notable players moving on to the second stage. Below is a breakdown of each qualifier.
Jin Jeong defeated Arizona State’s James Byrne, 5 and 4, in the 36-hole British Amateur final on Saturday to become the first South Korean to claim the prestigious championship. Alistair Tait reports.
James Byrne will live the dream of a lifetime – an invitation to the Masters – if he can knock off Jin Jeong in the final of the British Amateur Championship on Saturday. Alistair Tait reports.
Even with his college coach on the bag, San Diego's Alex Ching couldn't knock off Tom Lewis in British Amateur match play. Alistair Tait has the details from the first round of head-to-head combat at Muirfield.
Golfweek’s season-ending honors in men’s golf have found a home in the Peach State as Georgia’s Russell Henley and Augusta State coach Josh Gregory take top accolades.
The match-play field is set for the British Amateur Championship, and among those who could contend for the title is China’s Mu Hu. As Alistair Tait writes, wouldn’t that be a trophy engraver’s dream?
At least two people at the British Amateur Championship are hoping China’s Mu Hu builds on his fine play in stroke-play qualifying and goes on to lift the oldest amateur trophy in golf. There’s the man himself, and the Amateur Championship trophy engraver.
Augusta State won its first NCAA Championship, knocking off top-ranked Oklahoma State on Sunday at The Honors Course.
After losing in the first round last year, Oklahoma State is on the verge of capturing its 11th national title after beating Oregon on Saturday. Eric Soderstrom reports.
At 9:30 a.m. Sunday morning, Oklahoma State and Augusta State will square off to decide this year’s national champion. The Cowboys will be playing for their 11th NCAA Championship; Augusta State will be going for its first.
Top-seeded Oklahoma State and Augusta State will square off for the NCAA Championship on Sunday. As Ron Balicki writes, it’s a classic case of David vs. Goliath.
With another round in the books at The Honors Course, only four teams remain in the hunt for the NCAA Championship: Augusta State, Oregon, Florida State and Oklahoma State.
Peter Uihlein saved a few strokes thanks to Georgia Tech coach Bruce Heppler, and Oklahoma State took advantage. The Cowboys lead Clemson by a shot at the NCAA Southeast Regional. Sean Martin reports.
Top finishers from each local qualifier will advance to one of thirteen 36-hole sectional qualifiers, to be played May 24 in Surrey, England, and Saitama Pref, Japan, and June 7 across the U.S.
Stanford and Oklahoma State have had inconsistent springs. As Sean Martin reports, both programs aren’t going to panic as the postseason nears.
As we remain deep in the middle of a college golf lull, here are four reasons why I can’t wait for the spring to start already.