Bob Ford is being honored at this year’s U.S. Open with the Bob Jones Award, the first club professional to ever receive that honor.
Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth were paired together for the final round of the Masters and hoped to push each other. It did not happen.
Spaniard celebrates his first major tournament title and his ‘beautiful life.’
Justin Rose bogeyed the 71st hole at the Masters to set up another dramatic ending at golf’s grandest theater.
Spaniard who was on a 0-for-73 streak without winning one of golf’s biggest prizes outduels Justin Rose in a playoff for crown at Augusta.
Five birdies in final seven holes skyrocket Justin Rose up leader board; 2015 winner Jordan Spieth lurks close behind.
Jordan Spieth draws inspiration from Arnold Palmer on way to shooting up leader board as Phil Mickelson falters
Devin Gee’s first three months as head professional at Oakmont Country Club have been business as usual.
The sport lost 200,000 millennial golfers in 2013, and total participation fell from 24.7 million to 24.1 million in 2015.
It’s not every day someone leaves Oakmont, but Nemacolin Woodlands offers Eric Johnson a unique opportunity.
Terry Teasdale hopes to get more boys and girls involved with the West Penn Golf Association.
An infraction by Lexi Thompson during last weekend’s ANA Inspiration was detected by someone watching the LPGA event at home.
Only 10 new golf courses opened in the U.S. in 2016 and there may be fewer this year.
Veteran Post-Gazette golf writer Gerry Dulac isn’t convinced that we are about to see the end of Sergio Garcia’s drought in golf’s majors.
First-round leader Charley Hoffman comes back to the pack with a 75, Fowler turns in best round with a 67 and Garcia stays steady.
Hoffman had 9 birdies, including 5 late, and his lead on Masters rookie William McGirt is the largest in 75 years at Augusta National.
Arnold Palmer’s green jacket was placed on a white lawn chair in the middle of the first tee.
Blew big lead in last year’s Masters with a quadruple-bogey 7 on 12th hole.
Lexi Thompson lost a strong chance at winning the LPGA Tour’s first major of the year on a rules violation noticed by a television viewer.
The most famous golf tournament in the world will go on without its most famous — and perhaps most loved — participant.
John Zimmers, who for 18 years was entrusted with taking care of perhaps the most famous greens in the world, is leaving Oakmont.
Dave Wright steps in to lead the club professionals in Western Pennsylvania, replacing South Hills native Dennis Darak.
The Oakmont native could not anticipate the kind of career Woods would forge over the next 25 years.
Bob Ford’s attempt to go quietly into retirement as head golf professional at Oakmont Country Club isn’t working.
It’s becoming more and more clear that Tiger Woods will never regain his spot at the top of golf.
Video evidence of a rules violation no longer means a golfer automatically will be penalized.
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