Here is Golfweek's list of Division I All-Americans for the 2012-13 season.
Michael Kim leads Golfweek’s list of All-Americans for the 2012-13 season.
UCF's Greg Eason is the only player (of 156) that is bogey-free for the NCAA Championship, and is only one shot out of the lead in the race for medalist at the Crabapple course.
The low round of the final day and a playoff lifted Colby Harwell to victory at the Carlton Woods Invitational, while Doug Pool won the senior division in another playoff.
Tis the season of U.S. Open qualifying. Keep track of local qualifying here as tournaments are staged at 111 sites across the country.
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.
Take a look at our extensive coverage of the 2012 Golfweek Program Challenge.
Men's notebook: Central Arkansas won the men's title at the Golfweek Program Challenge, fulfilling coach Ryke Dismuke's high expectations going into the tournament.
Led by individual medalist Brooke Bellomy, Campbell's women's golf team opened its season in record-setting style at the Golfweek Program Challenge.
After missing out on the Golfweek Program Challenge as a freshman, James Madison's Trey Smith is leading the whole thing as a sophomore.
Defending champion Campbell got off to a great start the Golfweek Program Challenge, with the women leading by 14 strokes and the men trailing by a shot after the first round.
NCAA champion Thomas Pieters and former Dartmouth star Peter Williamson advanced to match play at the U.S. Amateur.
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.
Tis the season of U.S. Open qualifying. Keep track of sectional qualifying here as tournaments are staged at 11 sites around the country, as well as in Japan and England. Also see the results from the 109 local qualifying sites.
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.
Our Golfweek staffers are filing reports from the opening round of the NCAA Championship. Check back often for the latest news from Karsten Creek.
Matthew NeSmith and McKenzie Talbert put their hometown of North Augusta, S.C., on the map Feb. 6, sweeping the Junior Heritage at Sea Pines Resort.
With another round in the books at The Honors Course, only four teams remain in the hunt for the NCAA Championship: Augusta State, Oregon, Florida State and Oklahoma State.
Top finishers from each local qualifier will advance to one of thirteen 36-hole sectional qualifiers, to be played May 24 in Surrey, England, and Saitama Pref, Japan, and June 7 across the U.S.
Are you ready for some college golf? Golfweek's Conference Challenge kicks off Sunday in Iowa. We preview the event.