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Babineau: Palmer, Spieth, Ryder Cup highlight '14

Senior writer Jeff Babineau wraps up the year that was on the PGA Tour with his thoughts on Arnold Palmer, Jordan Spieth at The Masters and the 2014 Ryder Cup.

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Walker Cup practice: Schniederjans, Niebrugge out

Team USA's Walker Cup practice session is set to begin Wednesday, and some major names were left off the squad, including world No. 1 amateur Ollie Schniederjans and 2013 Walker Cupper Jordan Niebrugge.

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Men's college roundtable: Wrapping up the fall

With the fall season wrapped up, Golfweek's college golf experts look back at the fall college golf season to debate which team was the best, who was the best player and much more.

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Notes: Grace's Alfred Dunhill win familiar, overdue

The final European Tour event of the year in the second event of the 2015 season produced a home winner. Here’s what you need to know from the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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College women: 2014 midseason grades

Here are Julie Williams' midseason grades for the 2014 fall college women's golf season.

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College men: 2014 midseason grades

Here are Lance Ringler's midseason grades for the 2014 fall college men's golf season.

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A. Lee among pack of collegians headed to LPGA

Alison Lee hit both ends of the emotional spectrum on Sunday after declaring her professional status at the end of LPGA Q-School.

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Notes: Ivy Leaguer Shon works through Q-School

Sociology degree in hand – from Princeton, no less – Kelly Shon arrived at LPGA Q-School for the second time this year with some perspective

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Fowler's overdue victory could come at Isleworth

Tiger Woods is filling the role of lead hero at this week’s Hero World Challenge at Isleworth Country Club, but Rickie Fowler deserves an early-week look, too.

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Notes: LPGA Q-School field deep in talent

You could toss a ball onto the practice green Wednesday morning at LPGA Q-School and hit a future star. There’s never been a qualifying school so deep in worldwide talent.

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Lure of LPGA Q-School puts top teams in limbo

The tournament that could make the most difference in women’s college golf this year isn’t even on the college-golf schedule. That tournament, however, could have a huge impact on what happens at the biggest event that is on the schedule: the NCAA Women’s Championship.

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Surprise: Cabrera-Bello more accomplished than Martin

Rafael Cabrera-Bello may have lost out on the chance to win the DP World Tour Championship Sunday, but he is exceeding expectations and outplaying former collegiate No. 1 Pablo Martin in the process.

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Palmer Cup releases fall rankings

The fall Palmer Cup rankings have been announced. The 2015 Palmer Cup will take place June 12-14 at Rich Harvest Farms outside of Chicago, Ill.

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Ducks land top spot in final fall coaches poll

Early in the year, after I had put Oregon in the No. 26 position in Golfweek’s preseason top-30 rankings, a coach texted to tell me the Ducks were going to be much better than that.

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Web.com Tour Q-School: Second stage results

The second stage of Web.com Tour Q-School will be contested at six sites during November. Here's a recap of each of the qualifiers as they finish.

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Preview: 2014 Fall NCCGA National Championship

Now in its ninth season, the National Collegiate Club Golf Championship travels to Mississippi for the first time in its history.

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NLI holdout: Khang still weighing college options

The earlier junior golfers begin making verbal commitments to colleges, the less surprises there are by the time National Signing Day rolls around late in the fall. In the class of 2015, Megan Khang is one of few surprises – rather, one of few holdouts.

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National Signing Day: Class of 2015 boys signees

Junior golfers around the country will be signing their national letters of intent during the early signing period, Nov. 12-19, and Golfweek will record the signings here as they roll in.

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National Signing Day: Class of 2015 girls signees

Junior golfers around the country will be signing their national letters of intent during the early signing period, Nov. 12-19, and Golfweek will record the signings here as they roll in.

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Golfweek's Best: Next 100 Residential, 2015

Golfweek's Best: Residential Courses, next 100, 2015

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PHOTOS: NCAA Championship (Final)

A look at the NCAA men's championship final between Alabama and Oklahoma State.

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PHOTOS: NCAA Championships (Semifinals)

View images from Tuesday's semifinal play between Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma State and Stanford at Prairie Dunes Country Club.

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PHOTOS: Alan Bratton, men's head coach at OSU

Take a look at photos of the newest men's head coach at Oklahoma State, Alan Bratton.

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NCAA Men 2011: Semifinals

A look at Saturday's match play:

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NCAA Men: Day 1, in pictures

Day 1 of the NCAA Championships at Karsten Creek.

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NCAA Championship (Final match)

Augusta State beat Oklahoma State to win the 2010 NCAA Championship at The Honors Course in Ooltewah, Tenn.

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NCAA Championship Match Play (Semis)

Oklahoma State will meet Augusta State in the NCAA Championship final on Sunday.

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Isleworth Collegiate Invitational (Final Rd.)

Oklahoma State won the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational on Oct. 27, its second consecutive title

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Isleworth Collegiate Invitational (Rd. 2)

Oklahoma State took a 4-shot lead after the second round of the Isleworth Collegiate, while Alabama’s Bud Cauley has a 2-shot lead over the Cowboys’ Peter Uihlein in the individual race.

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Off Campus: Oklahoma State vs Augusta State

We break down the matches of the Oklahoma State vs Augusta State semi-final at the 2011 NCAA Men's Championship at Karsten Creek.

Off Campus: NCAA Men’s Percentage Game

Lance Ringler and Asher Wildman play the percentage game at the 2011 NCAA Men's Championship at Karsten Creek. What are the chances Oklahoma State have of winning it all? What about a Cowboy winning medalist honors? How about Augusta State repeating?

Off Campus 2011: Day in the Life of Peter Uihlein

Off Campus follows Oklahoma State's Peter Uihlein around to find out what it's like to be an OSU golfer for a day.

Off Campus Elevator: Tournament winners

The Iowa Hawkeyes ride the Elevator for a second straight week. Joining them is Virginia, Oklahoma State and Michigan.

Take 5: Ping/Golfweek Preview (Rd. 2)

Oklahoma State's lead evaporated on an ideal day for scoring at the Ping/Golfweek Preview. Asher Wildman and Ron Balicki discuss Round 2 at Karsten Creek.

Major Moments 2010: Walking No. 10 with Morgan Hoffmann

Oklahoma State All-American Morgan Hoffmann takes Golfweek.com on a tour of Pebble Beach's 10th hole and explains what it means to play in the U.S. Open.

Isleworth Collegiate: Highlights

Oklahoma State scoops up another win, this time in Tiger's backyard at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational.

Par 5: Coaches & Players Leaving

Asher and Lance discuss coach Laura Matthews leaving Oklahoma State, Q School, LSU and the Big 3.

College Weekly: Choo! Choo! Chattanooga!

Asher goes in depth with Oklahoma State, Ping Preview and Chattanooga.

Off Campus: Great Expectations

Glued to live scoring? If you are affiliated at all with men's programs at Wisconsin, Eastern Kentucky, Baylor, Washington, Kansas State, Oklahoma or Western Carolina you might be. San Diego won the West Coast Conference Championship today, most likely knocking one of those teams out. The Toreros HAD to win the conference title to get into postseason play - for two reasons. They were on the wrong side of the fence (ranked 79th in Golfstat and 73rd in Golfweek) and they were under .500. The West Coast Conference should now get three teams in: Pepperdine and St. Mary's along with San Diego. Loyola Marymount needed to win the league's AQ to get a bid. Also winning today: Under first-year head coach Darby Sligh, the Illinois State women's team can make travel plans to one of the three NCAA Regionals. The Redbirds, which needed the win to get into the postseason, won the Missouri Valley Conference Championship. - Lance

Off Campus: Short Game's New Meaning

Glued to live scoring? If you are affiliated at all with men's programs at Wisconsin, Eastern Kentucky, Baylor, Washington, Kansas State, Oklahoma or Western Carolina you might be. San Diego won the West Coast Conference Championship today, most likely knocking one of those teams out. The Toreros HAD to win the conference title to get into postseason play - for two reasons. They were on the wrong side of the fence (ranked 79th in Golfstat and 73rd in Golfweek) and they were under .500. The West Coast Conference should now get three teams in: Pepperdine and St. Mary's along with San Diego. Loyola Marymount needed to win the league's AQ to get a bid. Also winning today: Under first-year head coach Darby Sligh, the Illinois State women's team can make travel plans to one of the three NCAA Regionals. The Redbirds, which needed the win to get into the postseason, won the Missouri Valley Conference Championship. - Lance

Off Campus: No. 1 Heads Down A Floor

Earlier this week, the Jack Nicklaus Award watch list was announced. While I have no real problem with doing this, lets be realistic about how many players can actually win this award. FIVE. I now give you the Lance Ringler watch list: 1. Rickie Fowler, Oklahoma State 2. Michael Thompson, Alabama 3. Jamie Lovemark, USC 4. Kevin Chappell, UCLA 5. Joel Sjoholm, Georgia St. - Lance Posted April 9