2014-05-20T08:03:16ZQualifying tournaments for the 2014 U.S. Women's Open began on May 5 and continue through May 30. On May 19 there were nine qualifiers, including one in California at Half Moon Bay Golf Links. And the winner of that qualifier was an amateur, Lucy Li.
2014-05-18T11:53:03ZMiguel Angel Jimenez is now the oldest winner in European Tour history after claiming his home country's championship, the Spanish Open.
2014-05-12T12:01:46ZThe application process for tickets to the 2015 Masters Tournament is now open on Masters.com. See the tournament's tickets page for information and to start the application process. (If you've registered before, you don't have to do it again, just login.)
For background, see our previous articles Start Planning Now If You Want 2015 Masters Tickets and How to Get Masters Tickets.
2014-05-07T14:38:04ZWho are the best golfers ever to play on the Champions Tour? By that we mean the golfers who accomplished the most during their years playing the senior tour (PGA Tour performance doesn't count). We have our rankings ready. Check out it: The Top 10 golfers in Champions Tour history.
2014-05-06T13:34:06ZHow long has it been since anyone heard from The Ben Hogan Company? A long time, because that company was essentially shuttered by its then-owner, Callaway, around 2007. But the Ben Hogan brand acquired a new owner in 2013, and now it's also acquired a new lease on life. Beginning in 2015, golf clubs will once again be carrying the Ben Hogan brand. Read More
2014-05-05T09:21:52ZThe 2014 Players Championship tees off on Thursday. Are you ready? The defending champion, Tiger Woods, won't be there. But nearly everybody else who's anybody will be. Check out the final field.
2014-05-05T08:25:25ZBernhard Langer won the Insperity Invitational on Sunday, edging Fred Couples by one stroke. And in so doing, he became just the 10th golfer in Champions Tour history to win 20 or more times:
2014-05-02T10:07:53ZFifty-nine is the best score yet recorded on the PGA Tour, and also on the LPGA Tour. Nobody has broken 60 yet on the European Tour, but there's been a 58 on the Japan Tour.
2014-05-02T08:48:52ZWhat's been happening in the golf world? Let's catch up on some recent stories:
2014-05-02T07:58:00ZWe're just a week removed from Lydia Ko winning her third LPGA title only a few days after turning 17. Also, Seung-Yul Noh's victory on the PGA Tour, and before that Jordan Spieth's challenge at The Masters. Noh and Spieth aren't teenagers anymore, of course, but both won pro tournaments as teens. This teen phenom thing isn't just an LPGA thing anymore. Continue reading