Although he still has another year in middle school, Riverside’s Skyler Fox is already making a name for himself on the golf course.
Peters Township’s Tanner Johnson keeps working to refine his game on the golf course.
Full-time PGA Tour Canada player David Bradshaw, 32, makes a late surge for Frank B. Fuhrer Invitational crown and $40,000 first prize
Waynesburg’s Robert Rohanna was able to finish off a 67 before delays, trails by five shots going into final day.
Three-time winner Sean Knapp trails leader by 6 shots halfway through the Frank B. Fuhrer Invitational.
Texan Spieth carves his name into elite company by winning the first two golf majors of the year.
Furrier doesn’t let former employees rejoin his company. And the same goes for his golf tournament. “I’m all about loyalty,” Fuhrer said
Jordan Spieth was the big winner Sunday — again — while hard-luck loser Dustin Johnson saw things go someone else’s way again.
After a bout with vertigo Friday in the second round, Australian Jason Day surged back to take share of the lead entering the final round.
Unbeaten as Ryder Cup teammates, Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth now chase a U.S. Open title this weekend at Chambers Bay.
Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson shared the lead at Chambers Bay, and Tiger Woods got off to his worst start at the U.S. Open.
Mike Davis is responsible for the major being held at unique course Chambers Bay, which could drive golfers crazy all weekend.
Tickets went on sale Monday for the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club.
Multiple ticket options are available for the event, which runs from June 16 to 19, 2016.
From Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth to relative unknown Chris Kirk, keep an eye on these guys this weekend at Chambers Bay.
Easton Renwick masters St. Clair course’s variety of weather-related conditions to win the 115th West Penn Amateur in wire-to-wire fashion.
Director of instruction at Nevillewood Kevin Shields has never made it through the sectional qualifier into the U.S. Open.
Struggling Tony Traci pulls it together down stretch for a one-shot victory at New Castle Country Club.
It was a top-notch salvage job by Ned Weaver, who goes into the final round today two shots behind leader Justin Miller.