It took a few extra hours, but the NCAA Women’s Championship is finally back on schedule.
With a race to the finish at a rain-soaked Colonial Country Club, all those in contention made moves up the Official World Golf Ranking.
UCLA survived the 54-hole cut Monday morning, and coach Carrie Forsyth couldn’t stop the tears from flowing. She didn’t want to, either.
Australian Jarrod Lyle will sit out the rest of the 2014-15 PGA Tour season, but not, he said, because of his health.
Perennial heavyweights Southern Cal and Duke top the leaderboard after three days of the weather-plagued women’s NCAA Championship.
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The final group of Kevin Na (72), Ian Poulter (70) and Charley Hoffman (70) combined to shoot 2 over Sunday at Colonial.
Alabama junior Emma Talley stood on the first tee here at Concession Golf Club, looked around at all of the potential trouble, gushed, “I love this place!” – and actually meant it.
Jordan Spieth was unable to pull out in a victory in his hometown event, but he got his roar on 18 anyway.
Chris Kirk, the 2007 Ben Hogan Award winner, picked up his fourth PGA Tour victory on Hogan's home course.