The PGA Tour has been spending a lot of time in South America, and not just because of the Olympics.
And for being the defending champion, Mr. Ian Poulter, you get the honor of playing in the first match of the 2011 Accenture Match Play Championship.
Emiliano Grillo is making a serious case for a top ranking in the junior golf standings. Only he’s not stating his case against fellow juniors. He’s doing it against the pros.
The U.S. Junior and U.S. Girls’ Junior may very well become an Argentine affair.
The first round is currently in a weather delay so what better time to read the transcript of Argentina’s Eduardo Romero from his press conference.
Rounding out your fantasy golf team for the U.S. Open? Golfweek’s experts tell you who to pick at Bethpage.
Defending champion Tiger Woods will play the first two rounds of the U.S. Open with Padraig Harrington and Angel Cabrera, giving fans at Bethpage Black a chance to see the reigning champions of all four majors.
The 156-man field for the 109th U.S. Open, to be played June 18-21 on the Black Course at Bethpage State Park.
Angel Cabrera is a hero in his native country. But while his success has sparked Argentines’ interest in golf, an eroding caddie pipeline may hamper the game’s nationwide growth. Read about it in this Golfweek Special Report.
Tucked behind a towering line of shrubs in a working-class suburb south of Buenos Aires, Ranelagh Golf Club has stood for more than four generations.
Angel Cabrera received a hero’s welcome upon his return to his native Argentina. Cabrera, sporting the green jacket, declared, ‘I’m not going to stop until I win at least five (majors).’ He’s only the second international player to win the Masters and U.S. Open.
Cabrera, now 35, captured the BMW Championship, one of the PGA European Tour’s premier events on May 29.
Just when you thought the game was turning into a sport for young guns who launch the ball 300 yards-plus, up popped a 43-year-old whose halcyon days came more than decade ago.