Inside the Sept. 19, 2014 issue of Golfweek.
After not playing golf for most of the summer, Chase Koepka came out firing at The Invitational at the Ocean Course to win the first start of his junior year -- leading South Florida to a team victory, too.
Richard Kiel, the actor who played Mr. Larson in the movie "Happy Gilmore," died Wednesday in Fresno, Calif.
Suzann Pettersen, Lydia Ko and Lexi Thompson share an early-morning tee time in the first round of The Evian Championship, the final major of the year for the LPGA Tour.
Brooke Mackenzie Henderson moved into the top spot in the women's World Amateur Golf Ranking Wednesday, replacing Minjee Lee, who recently turned pro.
U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur stroke-play medalist Margaret Shirley and defending champion Julia Potter survived close matches late Tuesday to advance to the quarterfinals.
After becoming the first medalist to shoot to consecutive rounds in the 60s at the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship, Margaret Shirley won her Round of 64 on Monday.
The Stanford Cardinal, led by Mariah Stackhouse, rank No. 1 in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.
Ollie Schniederjans hit a hole-in-one in his 8-under round of 64, leading Georgia Tech into a tie for the lead at the Carpet Capital Collegiate with Auburn, Alabama, Kennesaw State and LSU.
Australia, led by Minjee Lee, took a come-from-behind victory over Canada at the World Amateur Team Championships.
As the No. 14 USC Trojans football team travels to face the No. 13 Cardinal, we take a look at some of the courses near Stanford listed among Golfweek's best.
The top freshmen in college golf will tee off this fall, including Alabama's Nicole Morales, Vanderbilt's Cindy Ha and Stanford's Shannon Aubert.
The Women’s World Amateur Team Championship begins Wednesday, bringing the top amateur golfers in the world to 72 Golf East in Japan.
See if Russell Henley can hang onto the lead Monday at the Deutsche Bank Championship -- or whether World No. 1 Rory McIlroy or another pursuer can catch him. Follow the PGA Tour highlights here!
Russell Henley (12 under) and Billy Horschel (11 under) weren't a part of the Ryder Cup discussion a week ago, but a win this week could change that in a hurry.
Patrick Reed, an automatic qualifier for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, shot a career-high 11-over 82 at the Deutsche Bank Championship and missed the secondary cut.
Bill Haas Monday qualified for the 2004 Deutsche Bank Championship and played the third round alongside Tiger Woods before finishing T-9. Ten years later, an older and more experienced Haas finds himself in the thick of things once again at TPC Boston.
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With only a few groups left to finish Saturday morning, the big stories are in: Rory shoots 80, while Calc and Louis take the lead. Oh, and that Tiger guy is hanging around too. Jeff Rude and Jeff Babineau break down the 2nd round from St. Andrews.
Another "rough" day at the 2008 PGA Championship. Jeff Rude and Alex Miceli discuss the course yet again, and oh yea, there's a leader after two rounds.