Wednesday, April 01, 2015
HOUSTON (AP) – Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reid, Texas-born golfers and Ryder Cup partners, are part of a strong field at the Shell Houston Open with one eye toward next week. The 21-year-old Spieth and 24-
By John Holmes Adam Scott has been using a regulation-length putter so far this PGA Tour season, but he'll switch back to his familiar long-handled flatstick when he returns to Augusta National. Scott confirmed his plans in an
By Scott Michaux Tiger Woods came to town Tuesday on an exploratory mission.
By T.J. Auclair For the second straight week on the PGA Tour, some players will be playing a tournament within a tournament.
By Ron Agostini If you ever followed a round of golf with Arnold Palmer, you understand the man's magnetism. At some point during the day, he would make a point to look you square in the eye and often add a wink or a nod.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame has announced its first class of inductees that includes four players, a coach and a course designer. Two-time U.S. Amateur champ Charlie Coe; U.S.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
By Doug Ferguson The pressure from playing in the first major of the year is clearly getting to Lydia Ko. The 17-year-old sensation already is the youngest golfer, male or female, to be ranked No. 1.
By Scott Michaux Buzz has been swirling that Tiger Woods would be practicing at Augusta National Golf Club this week, and it seems the four-time Masters Tournament champion is working out the kinks in his game today in Augusta.
By The Associated Press PGA TOUR SHELL HOUSTON OPEN Site: Humble, Texas. Schedule: Thursday-Sunday. Course: Golf Club of Houston, The Tournament (7,441 yards, par 72).
By Doug Ferguson Stacy Lewis hit one of the most significant drives of her career, and it really didn't matter where it landed. It's what it shattered. Lewis and Phil Mickelson, who have endorsement deals
By Doug Ferguson Those who teed off Thursday morning at the Valero Texas Open when the wind was raging in San Antonio didn't have much of a shot. No one from that side of the draw broke par and the average score was 78.61, compared with 74.86 for the afternoon draw.
By T.J. Auclair The calendar must be lying. At least that's what golfers in the northeast must be thinking. The calendar says it's spring, but one look at the snow-covered ground out the frost-coated window and it's clear that golf season isn't nearly as close as it should be.
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