A preview for the 56th annual Porter Cup, which is set to take place this week at Niagara Falls Country Club in Lewiston, N.Y.
At the British Open, Rickie Fowler was thinking of Gleneagles and the fact he rose from seventh to third in Ryder Cup points -- pretty much securing a spot on the U.S. roster.
Winning a major comes with plenty of accolades. For Rory McIlroy after the 2014 British Open, it also vaults him to No. 2 in the OWGR behind only Adam Scott.
Rory McIlroy sealed his British Open championship not with thunderous drives that had put him in commanding position, but with deft precision in short-game prowess at the final two holes.
Notables from the game of golf – his competitors and otherwise – were quick to compliment 2014 Champion Golfer of the Year Rory McIlroy after he claimed his first Claret Jug for winning the British Open.
Jimmy Walker leads the FedEx Cup standings and has 3 PGA Tour wins this season, yet the American seems better known across the pond than he is to U.S. golf fans.
Rory McIlroy will share Sunday's final tee time at the 2014 British Open with Rickie Fowler -- see complete pairings here.
Here is a complete list of the clubs Rickie Fowler is using this week at the Open Championship.
Rory McIlroy will play in the final group of Saturday's third round at the 2014 British Open at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake -- Tiger Woods also will have a late time, but off No. 10 tee.
Here is a complete list of the clubs that Rory McIlroy used at Royal Liverpool during the 2014 British Open in Hoylake, England:
Ernie Els, Padraig Harrington and Bubba Watson were among the top names who couldn't get past the cut at Royal Liverpool in the 2014 British Open.
In the first round of the British Open at Royal Liverpool, Adam Scott told himself, “we don’t want him running away,” as he shot 68 to keep close to leader Rory McIlroy.
Tiger Woods, defending champion Phil Mickelson and World No. 1 Adam Scott must chase first-round leader Rory McIlroy at the 2014 British Open championship at Royal Liverpool. Recap the highlights here!
Callaway club designer Roger Cleveland said Phil Mickelson's name can be added to the list of players who will carry a driving iron in this week’s British Open at Royal Liverpool.
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.
There are two main reasons driving irons could be especially popular at this week’s Open Championship, again at Hoylake. The first is the weather, and the second is the increasing ability of manufacturers to make strong-lofted irons that are playable.
Graeme McDowell struggled in the final round of the 2012 Open Championship to end his chances at a second major title. It's a memory that McDowell hopes to forget by adding his first Claret Jug this week at Royal Liverpool.
David Duval and John Daly are among those who, so far this year, have improved their standing in the Golfweek/Sagarin Pro Rankings the most.
Inside the July 4, 2014 issue of Golfweek magazine:
Zach Johnson's runner-up finish to Brian Harman at the John Deere Classic moved him into the top 9 of the latest U.S. Ryder Cup standings.
Our Lance Ringler breaks down his Haskins Award Watch List after the first few tournaments of the spring season.
A look at our initial Annika Award Watch List. The award will honor the best player in women's college golf.
We take a look at a few names that could be awarded the Fred Haskins Award at the end of the 2013-14 college season.
Luke Donald scored the first European point on Sunday.
Luke Donald talks about his dramatic comeback on Saturday afternoon.
Luke Donald answers back just one week after Rory McIlroy became the number one ranked professional golfer in the world. After winning the Transitions Championship on the first hole of a four-way playoff, Donald regains number one status.
The GCAA's Director of External Affairs Dustin Roberts stops by to annouce the 28 players on the 2012 Ben Hogan Award's Watch List.
Dustin Roberts of the GCAA brings us the 2011 Ben Hogan Award Watch List. The Ben Hogan Award, presented by Baird Private Wealth Management, is awarded annually to the top men's NCAA Division I, II or III, NAIA or NJCAA college golfer considering all collegiate and amateur competitions during the past 12-month period.
Dustin Roberts of the GCAA visits with the 2010 Ben Hogan Award Watch List. The Ben Hogan Award, presented by Chesapeake Energy, is awarded annually to the top men's NCAA Division I, II or III, NAIA or NJCAA college golfer considering all collegiate and amateur competitions during the past 12-month period. Chesapeake Energy, in association with Colonial Country Club, The Friends of Golf (FOG) and the GCAA, will host the 22nd Ben Hogan Award Dinner at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, on Monday, May 24, 2010 which will be streamed live on Golfweek.com
Luke Donald, who won the NCAA Individual Championship at Hazeltine in 1999, takes Jeff Rude on a brief tour of the 10th hole.
The British Open is at the top of the list for Tom Lehman as far as favorites go. We walk a hole with him to find out why.
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
Once again it’s time for my top-5 list of noteworthy stuff from the past week in college golf. This will appear each Monday in Blog U. throughout the college season. If the Kentucky men’s team gets the invite to regional play, this past week could likely be the reason. The Wildcats went 19-8 last week after a second-place showing at the Palmas Del Mar Intercollegiate and then an eighth-place finish at the Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational. Kentucky has its best won-loss record on the year at 64-54-1 and is holding steady at No. 57 (UK finished the fall at No. 72) in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings. For the sake of this item, let’s just say the Magic Number to get into the men’s postseason will fall at No. 65 – meaning the top 65 teams would be safe (we all know this is not exact, but time has showed us the Golfweek/Sagarin numbers are usually not off more than a spot or two). Looking at the updated rankings, the following teams would be crossed off due to a less than .500 record: No. 27 Arizona State, No. 38 Coastal Carolina, No. 45 Vanderbilt, No. 47 North Carolina State, No. 48 Augusta State, No. 61 Georgia State and No. 64 Northwestern. -Go to Blog U. at Golfweek.com to see the rest...