Matt Kuchar made a 12-foot birdie putt at the 16th hole to regain the lead near the end of a long Saturday at Colonial, and led four players by a stroke after three rounds.
It’s an understatement to say Peter Jacobsen was thrilled at the chance to return to Bellerive Country Club for the 74th Senior PGA Championship.
Matt Kuchar took the 36-hole lead at the Crowne Plaza Invitational early Saturday morning and after 54 holes, Kuchar is still on top at Colonial Country Club. See how it all unfolded!
Other than earning confirmation that there’s a reason why they call it “The Horrible Horseshoe” at Colonial, Friday went nicely for Graham DeLaet, who found himself a shot back of leader Matt Kuchar when play was halted at the Crowne Plaza Invitational.
Just when you expected players at the 74th Senior PGA Championship to act their age, along came Tom Watson to prove the time-honored adage that, indeed, age is just a number. The two-time Senior PGA champion is at 2-under 140, tied for eighth and five strokes behind a pair of co-leading Kentuckians, Russ Cochran and Kenny Perry.
No one matched Ryan Palmer's first-round 62 Friday at Colonial . . . yet. Second-round play was suspended at the Crown Plaza Invitational with Matt Kuchar leading at 10 under.
For world-weary city residents, the Hudson Valley offers good golf and great food in a pastoral, historic setting.
When Cameron Champ is feeling pressure down the stretch, he doesn’t hide from it. Champ hopes to harness it.
USC will take a 17-shot lead into the final round of the NCAA Championship, but the Trojans know that weirder things have happened, thus they must remain focused.
Whether planning to turn pro or not, seniors will leave the NCAA Women's Championship in Athens, Ga., with degrees in hand.
Ryan Palmer is a member at Colonial and Thursday he used that to his advantage, carding an 8-under 62 to take the first-round lead at the Crowne Plaza Invitational. See how it all unfolded!
After the winds of controversy that have blown over the Wentworth West Course the last few days, the European Tour breathed a sigh of relief when a golf tournament finally broke out Thursday morning.
Devon Brouse doesn’t have to say a word. The Purdue coach simply takes his rather powerful-looking stance, crosses his arms in front of his chest and gives a look. That look. The one that says he’s related to Gen. George S. Patton and expects his team to win the battle and the war.
"Sorry" wasn’t the hardest word for Sergio Garcia. Anything but. Garcia uttered the word nine times in apologizing to Tiger Woods for the inappropriate comment that the Spaniard made about Woods during the European Tour’s annual dinner the night before.
Though Esteban Toledo hung up his boxing gloves for health reasons, he still possesses a fighter’s spirit that carried him to his first Champions Tour victory.
The USGA and R&A officially announced the ban of the anchored stroke on Tuesday morning, sending plenty of golf's elite players, coaches and equipment manufacturers to Twitter to make a statement.
Let’s not kid ourselves. The ban on an anchored putting stroke, to start in 2016, would seem to focus on “sport” rather than “game.” On competition rather than recreation. On game-face golf rather than social golf.
The San Jose State Spartans posted a 4-under 284 Tuesday morning and watched it hold up for a share of the NCAA women's championships' first-round lead as USC pulled evening during the afternoon wave.
Auburn coach Kim Evans hopes to make the drive to Athens, Ga., to watch her Tigers compete in this week’s NCAA Championship before her months-long chemo treatment begins.
Multiple juniors have advanced through U.S. Open local qualifying and will play in Sectional qualifying June 3 at various golf courses around the country. But for Zachary Bauchou, he will always remember his first.