Tis the season of U.S. Open qualifying. Keep track of local qualifying here as tournaments are staged at 111 sites across the country.
The Western Intercollegiate's past champions list is dotted with names such as Johnny Miller and Ken Venturi. This week’s 14-team field includes top-ranked Cal and four more in Golfweek’s top 20.
A look at Golfweek's Best next best 100 modern courses.
Winner's Circle: Feb. 25 - March 3, 2013
5 Things: The 2012 field at Q-School is one of the strongest fields in the event's history, featuring four players inside the top 60 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Rob Oppenheim has taken a two-shot lead at the second stage of PGA Tour Q-school in Plantation, Fla. Also, updates from Brooksville, Panama City Beach, Humble and McKinney are in. One other site, Murrieta, has yet to finalize scores.
Blayne Barber had easily advanced out of the first stage of the PGA Tour’s Q-School, but something was weighing on him. It was an incident that had occurred in the tournament’s second round, one of those moments when this game’s rules so harshly penalize the slightest misstep.
PGA Tour Q-School continued this week with the first stage of qualifying. Find out who advanced and who missed out.
Brandt Snedeker opted for the uncoventional in winning the Tour CHampionship with a bag that included a black-head TaylorMade Burner SuperFast driver.
Prince Edward Island gains a reputation for its golf, cuisine, scenery and, um . . . moonshine
Japan's Hideki Matsuyama highlights the field at the U.S. Amateur, set to start on Monday at Cherry Hills Country Club in Colorado. Check out full tee times and pairings.
Ernie Els will grab headlines this week after winning the Open Championship, but Matt Kuchar (above) is the player whom you should watch at the RBC Canadian Open, says our fantasy panel.
Alberto Sanchez hasn't played since just missing the cut at the U.S. Open. He continued his USGA tournament success Thursday, advancing to the U.S. Amateur Public Links quarterfinals.
A look at the tee times and pairings for the second round at the Greenbrier Classic on Friday.
Tiger Woods has won three tournaments hosted by legends in 2012 - including his own last weekend - and is the favorite to take home the Greenbrier, hosted by Tom Watson. Would you bet against him?
Tiger Woods will be paired with U.S. Open champ Webb Simpson and longtime buddy Steve Stricker during the first two rounds at the Greenbrier Classic. Check out the tee times:
The Golf Coaches Association of America has completed its list of All-Americans for the 2011-12 season.
The second, third and honorable mention PING All-America Teams were announced by the GCAA.
Texas John Fields and Alabama's Justin Thomas (pictured) were named Golfweek's Coach and Player of the Year, respectively. Also see our list of All-Americans.
Inside the June 15, 2012 issue of Golfweek.