The PGA Tour hasn’t had a scratch-handicap prankster like David Lynn since the days of the late Payne Stewart slipping bananas into Paul Azinger’s shoes.
Joe Theismann was paired with Juli Inkster in Wednesday’ pro-am round at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, and odds are they did not compare past ailments.
The Masters rainout of 2003 is memorable for several reasons – while the Florida Swing on the PGA Tour produces hints that Augusta is just around the corner, and Tiger Woods bears down on Bay Hill.
John Merrick's win at the Northern Trust Open validates the enduring legacy of Aldila's NV shaft. But the company hardly is content and is planning a major push with graphite iron shafts.
Brandt Snedeker always has been confident in his skills on the course, says Toby Wilt, a longtime friend and fellow Vanderbilt alumnus. And he has stories to back up those claims . . .
About three months ago, I took a playing lesson from Jim Flick. I figured his genius was knowing how to play the game -- how to get around the golf course -- as much as it was how to swing the club.
As Hurricane Sandy made its way up the East Coast over the weekend, the Rutgers women's golf team was forced to withdraw from the Lady Paladin Invitational to get home safely.
Lee Westwood's move to the PGA Tour was a blow for the European Tour, but might be minor by comparison if the bevy of young stars opting to participate in PGA Tour Q-School continues.
The defending USGA Senior Amateur champion went down in flames Wednesday, putting like a man with Crooked Aim Disease and losing in the quarterfinal round of match play.
Despite having its practice routine interrupted by Hurricane Isaac, Tulane finished runner-up in its opening tournament of the fall.
Across the Gulf Coast, golf course operators were relieved to have been spared the sort of widespread damage from Hurricane Isaac that the region had endured exactly seven years earlier with Hurricane Katrina.
If you know a superintendent who has taken Mother Nature's best shot - and come out on top - or who has excelled beyond all expectations at producing superior golf conditions then recognize those accomplishments by nominating him or her for the 2012 TurfNet Superintendent of the Year Award.
Keegan Bradley accepts invitation to play in PGA of America's Grand Slam of Golf after Rory McIlroy withdrew because of a schedule conflict.
Nick Watney turned a two-shot deficit against Sergio Garcia into a three-shot lead in four holes and captured the opening playoff event for the FedEx Cup.
Bernhard Langer topped the leaderboard at 7 under when first-round play in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open was suspended because of rain Friday.
Gary Woodland, Y.E. Yang and Chez Reavie will all fight to get inside the top 125 in the FedEx Cup standings this week at Wyndham.
The week ahead in the world of golf . . .
The par-3 17th hole at Kiawah Island's Ocean Course was supposed to rear its ugly head and bring golfers to its knees. Um, we're still waiting . . .
With the second round underway at the Open Championship, take a look back at some interesting tidbits from Round 1, including Miguel Angel Jimenez winning the battle of ponytails.
Tiger Woods fired a 3-under 67 to sit three shots back of leader Adam Scott, hitting fairways and greens like a machine, with his putter hot early and suspect late. See how his round unfolded: