In Southern California, where golf's equipment industry meets the Pacific, another sport holds a mystic sway. Our Martin Kaufmann took to the shores of Carlsbad to observe . . .
Casey Martin is just an everyday guy, back for his second U.S. Open at Olympic Club. On Thursday, he turned a round headed for the 80s into a respectable 74. James Achenbach
Did you know that Casey Martin won $192 off Tiger Woods? Here are 5 Things you probably didn't know about one of the stars of this week's U.S. Open.
Division II Ping All-Region honorees have been announced by the GCAA. A total of 107 players across eight regions earned all-region honors for 2012.
Masters notebook: Lee Westwood says don't count on the Masters being a two-horse race, while Charl Schwartzel sets the Champions Dinner menu.
The week ahead in the world of golf includes the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where six-time Bay Hill winner Tiger Woods is returning to tour play two weeks after withdrawing in the final round at Doral because of a mild strain in his left Achilles tendon.
The USGA has announced pairings and tee times for the first two rounds of the U.S. Women’s Open to be played next week at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Erynne Lee, left, Kristen Park, center, and Grace Na are among the notable 2011 graduates to give verbal commitments prior to National Signing Day.
Paul Simson, 59, won the USGA Senior Amateur on Thursday, beating Pat Tallent to capture the Simson Slam – winning the British, Canadian and U.S. senior amateur titles in the same year.
Top finishers from each local qualifier will advance to one of thirteen 36-hole sectional qualifiers, to be played May 24 in Surrey, England, and Saitama Pref, Japan, and June 7 across the U.S.
Folks here never have been shy about proclaiming the virtues of this Gulf Coast region. They know they have a good thing, and they don’t mind telling you.
For 90 minutes, I watched Suzy Whaley game over nine holes from the most revealing vantage point in the business – as her caddie.
Golf club manufacturers praised the USGA and the R&AGC for their attempt to unify the game’s rules, but many expressed concern that their compromise could cause more problems than it solves.