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It was a day of upsets Wednesday at the U.S. Women’s Amateur, most notably Elle Nachmann's win over defending champion Rose Zhang.
Rory McIlroy had some tough love for the Monday-qualifying hopeful who missed a 1-foot putt on Monday in Reno.
How much does major contention take out of the world’s best players? Jordan Spieth has played only once in the past six weeks after playing his best golf of the year at The Open.
DJ has declined invitations to participate in the past two Olympics – but that might not be the case in '24 if he qualifies.
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BY Rex Hoggard
Replacement caddies, ice bags on heads, players constantly in search of shade. It was a brutally hot opening round in Tokyo.
Despite trekking 15,000 miles over the past week, Patrick Reed wouldn't have it any other way.
Sweden's Madelene Sagstrom shot a blistering 66 on Wednesday at the Olympics, but it paled in comparison to the heat.
Fifteen more tour cards are officially on the line as PGA Tour University unveiled its first ranking for the Class of 2022.
UNLV announced earlier this week that Dwaine Knight will become the program’s director of golf, ending the Hall of Famer’s 34-year career as the Running Rebels’ head men’s golf coach.
All three NCAA divisions approved Wednesday a temporary policy that will allow student-athletes to benefit from their name, image and likeness starting Thursday.
Black is back. PXG is re-introducing an optional matte-black finish to its flagship 0311 GEN4 irons.
TaylorMade has announced its new line of SIM2 drivers, fairway woods and irons.
Viktor Hovland won the Mayakoba Golf Classic for his second career win on the PGA Tour. Here's a look inside the winning bag.