While Robby Shelton still hasn't chosen a college – Golfweek has learned he's deciding between Alabama and Auburn – there were plenty of top golfers who did during National Signing Day.
The top junior golfers in the country have begun to pull out their pens. The signing period for players in the graduating Class of 2013 began Nov. 14, and Golfweek will record the national letters of intent here as they roll in.
Japan's Hideki Matsuyama highlights the field at the U.S. Amateur, set to start on Monday at Cherry Hills Country Club in Colorado. Check out full tee times and pairings.
While most top seeds advanced, pre-tournament standout Andy Zhang was knocked out in the Round of 64 on Wednesday at the U.S. Junior Amateur in New Hampshire.
Jordan Spieth. Patrick Rodgers. Patrick Cantlay. Check out the other selections to the Division I Ping All-Region teams.
For players like BMW Charity Pro-Am winner Nick Flanagan who earn their PGA Tour cards via the Nationwide Tour's three-win promotion, PGA Tour success isn't a given. Sean Martin
Fantasy Tip Sheet: A pair of our experts are predicting that Steve Stricker will sweep the season-opening events in Hawaii. Who else makes the list?
The top junior golfers in the country are signing the dotted line. After years of deliberation, it’s finally time for the 2012 grads to sign their national letters of intent to play college golf.
The U.S. Golf Association has announced pairings and tee times for stroke-play qualifying at the U.S. Amateur, to be played Aug. 22-28 at the par-72, 7,760-yard Erin Hills Golf Club and par-70, 6,622-yard Blue Mound Golf and Country Club in Erin, Wis.
Nicholas Reach shot an 8-under 62 on Thursday to build a four-shot lead after the first round of the Palmetto Amateur.
Each year, Golfweek honors amateur golfers who have amassed impressive records on the state and local scene. Check out our complete list of these past ‘Local Legends.’
Pacific Dunes and Old Macdonald top the 2011 Golfweek's Best Resort Courses
Nathan Smith won his second straight U.S. Mid-Amateur title Thursday. Smith, 32, defeated Tim Hogarth, 7 and 5, at Atlantic Country Club in Bridgehampton, N.Y.
Peter Uihlein won the U.S. Amateur on Sunday, defeating David Chung, 4 and 2, at Chambers Bay. It also happened to be Uihlein’s 21st birthday.
Stanford’s David Chung and Oklahoma State’s Peter Uihlein are the final players standing at the U.S. Amateur. Ron Balicki reports.
Byeong-Hun An, David Chung, Peter Uihlein and Patrick Cantlay advanced to the semifinals Friday at the U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay.
Only eight players remain in the running for the U.S. Amateur title. Ron Balicki takes a look at who advanced from the Round of 16.
Defending champ Byeong-Hun An keeps moving closer to U.S. Amateur history. As Ron Balicki writes, An has handled the pressure well.
Many big names advanced from the Round of 64 at the U.S. Amateur, including Scott Langley. Sean Martin breaks down each match.
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.