Chaplet wins Latin America Amateur, berth in Masters field

...really ask for much more."The Latin America Amateur was created to promote golf throughout South America, Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean. It is put on by the Masters Tournament, the R&A and the U.S. Golf Association.

Patrick Reed's golf season is far from over

The Presidents Cup followed the end of a long season for former Augusta State star Patrick Reed, and he still has a long way to go.

New golf rules eliminate several disqualifications

...of the round.The new Rules of Golf, which is updated every four years by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club and U.S. Golf Association, take effect Jan. 1.The most notable addition was Rule 14-1b, which bans an anchored stroke used primarily...

Renewal blooms in Augusta

...spot in the year's first major." And in a bit of visionary genius, the Augusta National teamed up with the U.S. Golf Association and the PGA of America to create the "Drive, Chip and Putt" competition for youths 7-15 years old.The Masters...

Experience Augusta

Get to know 1 city in 4 ways - its golf tradition, history, museums and connection to pop culture through James Brown.

The Artside: Hear Hartough speak about golf art

Golf fans and art patrons will have the opportunity to meet Linda Hartough, internationally known golf artist, when she presents a talk about her work Thursday, April 2, at 6 p.m. at the Morris Museum of Art.

NeSmith, three Jaguars to play in U.S. Amateur tournaments

Many Augusta eyes will be focused on the U.S. Amateur men's and women's events the next two weeks.

Players shrugging off Trump's planned visit to Women's British Open at Turnberry

TURNBERRY, Scotland - Lizette Salas should be midway through her first round at the Women's British Open this morning when Donald Trump arrives via helicopter to expected fanfare at his Turnberry resort.

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.

Former LPGA star Laura Baugh finds home in Augusta

Laura Baugh, the 1973 LPGA Rookie of the Year, moved to Augusta in October 2013, and less than a year later, she started the Laura Baugh Golf School, which is part of the Jones Creek Golf Center in Evans.