Happy anniversary.view more
Golf came to New Orleans in 1898 when Audubon Golf Club was established as the first golf course in Louisiana. And 113 years later, The Kelly Gibson Foundation and the Allstate Sugar Bowl put on two events that I would say was the finest week ever for women’s golf in New Orleans.view more
When I first came to Lakewood in 1977 as a PGA Apprentice, I knew there was something special about this place, in a mystical Bagger Vance kind of way.view more
After being rained out in August, the rescheduled November 6 and 7 championship is one for the history books. Surely, Jay Coxe will always remember the 2010 championship.view more
When you look at everything on paper, how can Team Europe lose?view more
This past year, golf has been through the unpredictable. The only thing that appeared normal was Phil Mickelson winning The Masters. After that it has been the year of the international golfer.
Yes, sheep will determine this years champion at the oldest golf course in the world, the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland.
Since record keeping for the women’s world golf rankings began in 2004, Christie Kerr wass the first American to hold the number one position as she headed into the U.S. Women’s Open held this week at Oakmont Country Club, outside of Pittsburgh.view more
Looking back to the first US Open in 1895, it took 17 years before an American won our championship.view more
The Texas Open in San Antonio, like the tournament in New Orleans, is one of the oldest PGA Tour events on the schedule. Both tour stops share a similar problem.