...from a rest position without their knowledge under new rules next year by the sport's governing bodies.The U.S. Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club addressed the issue of video technology while announcing several rule changes...
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Michael McCoy won the U.S. Mid-Amateur on Thursday, routing Bill Williamson to earn an invitation to the 2014 Masters Tournament.
...the 2011 PGA Championship was the first major champion with a belly putter.The Royal & Ancient Golf Club and U.S. Golf Association proposed the new rule Nov. 28 and allowed for a three-month comment period. It formally adopted the rule May...
...Gabriella Then won the event, spoiling Lakareber Abe's bid to become the first black female individual champion in U.S. Golf Association history.Then, 17, beat Abe 2 and 1 in the 36-hole final at Sycamore Hills.
Fox Sports is in as the next broadcast partner for the U.S. Open starting in 2015. Johnny Miller appears to be out.
KAPALUA, Hawaii - Carl Pettersson says the proposed rule to ban the anchored stroke for long putters feels like a "witch hunt."
Augusta State has signed five softball players for the 2014 season, including Evans catcher Taylor McChesney.
SAN DIEGO - The first PGA Tour meeting on a proposed rule for long putters made only one thing clear to commissioner Tim Finchem. There's still a long way to go to decide what the tour will do, and it figures to be messy.
The U.S. Golf Association is adding its first championship in more than 25 years, getting rid of the U.S. Amateur Public Links in favor of a U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship to meet what it says is a trend at the state and regional level.
The comment period on golf's proposed ban of anchored strokes came to an end Thursday. Now the USGA and R&A have to decide whether they are going to remain the guardians of the game or kowtow to the PGA Tour.