Henrik Stenson, the dryly humorous Swede, would be a great player to have as a next-door neighbor, writes Jeff Rude -- especially after his wit shined Wednesday at Hoylake.
University of Washington assistant coach Dan Potter has been named head coach at Boise State. Potter spent the past two seasons at Washington, where he played his college golf from 2000-2004.
At this year's U.S. Senior Open, Bernhard Langer, Colin Montgomerie and Kenny Perry aim to become a two-time major winner in the 2014 Champions Tour season; here are their tee times for the first two rounds.
Michelle Wie visited the "Today" show, "Fox and Friends," an Omega outlet, a Nike store and even had TMZ stop her on the streets of New York to talk about twerking – and the Big Wiesy handled it all like the major champion that she now is.
In the perfectly titled “His Ownself: A Semi-Memoir,” author Dan Jenkins opens up the personal playbook on his 84 years, the past 52 (and counting) spent chasing the world’s top golfers around the world.
Hours after Duke won its sixth NCAA title, freshman Yu Liu announced her plans to turn professional; at Vanderbilt, Simin Feng made the same decision as two standout freshmen from China leave the college ranks.
We take a closer look at the Daly City, Calif. sectional qualifier for the U.S. Open, with the likes of Jason Gore, Brandon Hagy and Rico Hoey playing in Northern California.
Former UCLA All-American Patrick Cantlay headlines the U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying field in Rockville, Md.
Blayne Barber and Billy Mayfair highlight the field of 63 at the 2014 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier in Springfield, Ohio.
Washington standout Cheng-Tsung Pan and former Alabama All-American Hunter Hamrick highlight the 2014 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier in Creswell, Ore.
David Toms, Scottie Scheffler and Tim Clark will all play the U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier at Colonial Country Club in Memphis, Tenn.
Inside the May 30, 2014 issue of Golfweek
In a back-and-forth battle over the final nine holes, Duke outlasted defending champion USC to win the 2014 Women's National Championship at Tulsa Country Club.
Tom Watson shot a 3-under 68 on Friday for a share of the lead in the Senior PGA Championship with fellow Hall of Famers Bernhard Langer and Colin Montgomerie and three other players.
Duke and USC matched third-round 2-under 278s, leaving the Blue Devils six shots ahead of the Trojans entering Friday's final round at Tulsa Country Club.
At the halfway point of this year’s NCAA finals, USC has settled into a come-from-behind position rather than setting the pace. The lead belongs to a seasoned Oklahoma squad that features four seniors. Lone Sooner freshman Alexandra Kaui has the individual lead.
Shedding tendencies of shyness and self-critiquing while settling into a new culture, Duke's Celine Boutier is even par through two rounds at the 2014 NCAA Division I Women’s Championship.
The country’s leading college male golfers are in for quite the challenge at Prairie Dunes CC during the 2014 Men's NCAA Division I Golf Championship in the form of a challenging links layout.
The marquee group for the first two rounds of the Senior PGA Championship will include 2014 Ryder Cup U.S. captain Tom Watson sharing a tee time with Bernhard Langer and Colin Montgomerie.
As Jordan Spieth discussed an approach shot Saturday with caddie Michael Greller, NBC’s microphones picked up the exchange for 71 seconds -- but we only heard the first 13 seconds before an NBC anchor spoke over them.
Titleist's Dan Stone, Vice President of Research & Development, breaks down the technology behind the 714 AP1 iron.
Titleist's Dan Stone, Vice President of Research and Development, breaks down the technology behind the 714 AP2 iron.
Graeme McDowell won the 110th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Alex Miceli and Dan Mirocha discuss his keys to victory.
It turned into the Phil Mickelson show Friday at Pebble Beach. Who will challenge him this weekend? Alex Miceli and Dan Mirocha discuss.
What's up with Tiger and Phil? Alex Miceli and Dan Mirocha discuss the highlights and lowlights of the first round at Pebble Beach.
From the Golfweek.com archives: Golfweek’s Eric Soderstrom and Dan Mirocha take on juniors Patrick Reed and Drew Page in a putting contest at Bay Hill in 2007.
Golfweek Editor Jeff Babineau flies wingman to Dan Rooney, founder of Patriot Golf Day, as he explains the mission of Patriot Golf Day and how you can get involved.
Dan Mirocha, managing Eeditor of Golfweek.com, introduces the new interactive features of Golfweek.com.
Halfway home and Tiger is still the one to beat. Alex Miceli joins Dan Mirocha to talk about the guys that seem to be coming up short at Hazeltine.
Minnesota native and Golfweek.com managing editor Dan Mirocha wonders how much players really know about his home state.
Is the tournament already over? Dan Mirocha and Jeff Rude cover the first round from Hazeltine National.
Jeff Rude and Dan Mirocha talk about Hazeltine's length and the Minnesota fans on the eve of the PGA Championship's first round.
After 54 holes Cristie Kerr is the only player in the field under par. Will she be able to keep the momentum through Sunday? Beth Ann and Dan have the analysis after Round 3.
Some familiar faces at the top of the leaderboard and at least one you may not know as well. Beth Ann and Dan bring you the scoop from Day 2 at the U.S. Women's Open.
One round in the books and it didn't disappoint. Dan and Beth Ann deliver the news on your first round leaders.
The practice rounds are finished, all that lies ahead are 72 holes of championship golf. Beth Ann and Dan have the scoop on who we can expect to make some noise this week at Saucon Valley.
Legendary golf writer Dan Jenkins was found mulling around the media center spouting one-liners, Jeff Rude decided to go toe-to-toe with the man who is attending his 200th Major.
Dan Mirocha and Beth Ann Baldry are on site at Saucon Valley, where the pre-tournament talk has been more focused on Carolyn Bivens than the U.S. Women's Open.
Another Women's Open, another rain delay. Golfweek's Dan and Beth Ann pass the time by talking about a couple of the tournament's front-runners.
Golfweek's Dan Mirocha is excited to be back in his home state of Minnesota to cover the Women's Open. He's curious how familiar the players are with his hometown.