The Artside: Artists partner with animals to create 'Sheltered' exhibit

Art created on behalf of shelter animals is among several new exhibits opening Thursday, Feb. 19, at Aiken Center for the Arts.

1958: Ruling goes Palmer's way

...dropped, Palmer flung his cap in the air.Two holes later, Palmer got even better news: The committee ruled that U.S. Golf Association rules were in effect and that Palmer was entitled to his free drop at the 12th hole and a score of three.Although...


North Augusta's Jeff Pope will try to make it two-for-two in Peak Amateur Series events this season when he tees it up today at the Ping Gordon Lakes Invitational.

Match Play event headed to Harding Park for 2025

TPC Harding Park in San Francisco will play host to the PGA Tour's Match Play Championship in 2015.

Youth movement

The newest tradition of Masters Week combined superb athletic fun with an important sense of purpose.

Young golfers to compete in Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals

The inaugural Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals at Augusta National Golf Club will be held Sunday.

Course rulings bring review of policy

High-profile rulings involving Tiger Woods and a 14-year-old amateur last year are expected to come up during Masters Chairman Billy Payne's annual news conference Wednesday.

'Hyper' Horschel feels at ease as he seeks repeat in Louisiana

There's something about the rhythm of life in the Big Easy that appeals to Billy Horschel, who acknowledges that he can be a little "hyper" for even his own liking on the PGA Tour.

Brown is the new green for Pinehurst fairways

Pinehurst No. 2 is supposed to be brown, at least around the edges. And with the U.S. Open tournaments at Pinehurst, golf's leaders are banking on the look being popular.

Miller tears up during NBC's final signoff

PINEHURST, N.C. - Johnny Miller choked back tears. Dan Hicks shook his hand and thanked him for "a great ride." With that, NBC's 20-year run of televising the U.S. Open was over.