PGA Tour Q-School continued this week with the first stage of qualifying. Find out who advanced and who missed out.
The field is rapidly filling for Golfweek's West Coast Junior Invitational. Take a peek at the field and find out who is eligible to enter.
Highlights from the first stage of PGA Tour Qualifying School, played at various sites around the country.
Starting times for the first two rounds of the U.S. Amateur, Aug. 23-24 at the par-71, 7,742-yard Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash., and the pa-72, 7,309-yard The Home Course in Dupont, Wash.
A total of 13 sectional qualifiers took place Monday, with approximately 90 qualifying spots available for next week’s U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.
A federal judge is dismissing a lawsuit filed after the son of former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani was dismissed from the Duke golf team.
Inside the Dec. 12-19, 2009 issue of Golfweek
Two summers ago, Danny Lee dominated the amateur golf circuit. Friday, he shot a final-round 76 and failed to make it through the first stage of PGA Tour Qualifying.
Former North Florida standout Jeff Dennis opened with 64, then shot three consecutive 69s to finish at 17-under 271 and beat former Georgia player Michael Green by one. Dennis is the 2006 Florida Amateur champion.
It’s that time of year again. Q-School has started. Play at two pre-qualifying locations began Tuesday. Here are notables at each field:
Andrew Giuliani’s lawsuit against Duke University has been recommended by a federal magistrate for dismissal.
Phil Mickelson couldn’t believe his play on No. 18.
Of all the mid-summer blockbusters, however, Sean O’Hair’s tale stands apart.