The top junior golfers in the country have begun to pull out their pens. The signing period for players in the graduating Class of 2013 began Nov. 14, and Golfweek will record the national letters of intent here as they roll in.
Davis Love III might have found the perfect tonic for any Ryder Cup hangover — playing golf, and playing well on a Sea Island course he knows better than anyone.
Tis the season of U.S. Open qualifying. Keep track of sectional qualifying here as tournaments are staged at 11 sites around the country, as well as in Japan and England. Also see the results from the 109 local qualifying sites.
Fantasy Tip Sheet: There is no consensus on who to pick from our fantasy panel, but Aussie Adam Scott is one of the favorites at the WGC-Match Play.
After years of deliberation, it's finally time for the Class of 2011 to sign their National Letters of Intent and decide where they will play their college golf.
Jim Liu replaced Tiger Woods as the youngest U.S. Junior winner in history on Saturday. As Ryan Lavner writes, this is only the beginning.
Jim Liu will face Justin Thomas on Saturday with a chance to become the youngest U.S. Junior champ in history. Ryan Lavner reports.
Jordan Spieth? Out. Curtis Thompson? Out. Ryan Lavner takes a look at the eight players still standing at the U.S. Junior Amateur.
Defending U.S. Junior Amateur champion Jordan Spieth lost in the second round of match play Thursday. Ryan Lavner reports.
The first round of match play is in the books at the U.S. Junior Amateur and most big names, such as Gavin Hall, are still standing. But as Ryan Lavner writes, some wins came easier than others on Wednesday.
The Fantasy Aces are ready to wrangle up their picks as the “Texas Swing” gets underway in San Antonio.
After struggling on the greens and finishing 20 strokes out of the lead in his Nationwide Tour debut, Hall of Fame receiver Jerry Rice had specific plans for his putter.
Our Fantasy Aces took a break from living the life on South Beach to make their picks for the WGC-CA Championship.
Our Fantasy Aces have filled our their WGC-Accenture Match Play brackets and are ready for an exciting week in Arizona.
Three of Golfweek’s Fantasy Aces could claim ultimate bragging rights after this week’s PGA Tour finale at the Magic Kingdom. Who has the most tricks up their sleeve?
Rickie Fowler (pictured, second from left) has beaten a bunch of guys on the PGA Tour the last two weeks. But does that make him one of the favorites for this week’s Viking Classic? See who the Fantasy Aces like.
Is this the week Tim Clark wins his first PGA Tour event? What about Rickie Fowler? Our Fantasy Aces place their bets.
After a week off, the PGA Tour picks up in Las Vegas. Seems like a perfect fit for our Fantasy Aces.
The PGA Tour playoffs are over, but the Fantasy Aces are still going strong. Check out their picks for the Turning Stone Resort Championship.
2010 Nationwide Tour money list