Inbee Park won yet another women’s golf major Sunday in Scotland.
Kevin Shields holds on to win the Tri-State PGA championship by one shot Tuesday at Valley Brook Country Club.
Traci builds one-shot lead over five others after first first round of Tri-State PGA.
Dan Rodgers couldn’t play golf for almost a month after getting struck in the head a with ball. The West Penn Open marked his return.
Van Sickle wins the West Penn Open for second time in the past three years..
Mike Van Sickle had trouble putting early on, but recovered to top the field after two rounds at Westmoreland Country Club.
Johnson edged Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman; Jordan Spieth missed the playoff by a stroke.
Jordan Spieth comes back from a frustrating start. However, a young amateur name Paul Dunne is in the lead heading to the final round.
Tom Watson says goodbye to the British Open, while horrible weather says hello.
Johnson finished 7-under par at St. Andrews on Thursday, but U.S. Open champion Jordan Spieth is only two shots behind.
Garrett Browning’s familiarity with the Quicksilver course helped him dominate at last week’s U.S. Amateur sectional qualifier.
Five-time Open winner tom Watson knows end is near, reflects on people, memories.
No. 2 golfer in world rankings begins preparations for quest for third major title of the year.
Susan Tanto’s efforts helped form the Keystone Public Golf Association, an organization of public courses around the state.
Amy Yang rolled in four consecutive birdies in a round of 4-under 66 Friday for a three-stroke lead after two rounds.
South Korean Inbee Park is dialed in for the U.S. Women’s Open this weekend at Lancaster Country Club.
Ankle injury will keep world’s top player from competing, marking the first time in 61 years the defending champion is not in the field.
McIlroy will be the first player to not defend his Open title since Ben Hogan in 1954.
Nicklaus was just 22 when he defeated Palmer in an 18-hole playoff at Oakmont to win the 1962 U.S. Open.
Top-ranked golfer “ruptures” an ankle ligament playing soccer, defending Open title at St. Andrews next week in jeopardy.
The world’s No. 1 golfer said he ruptured the ligament in his left ankle while playing soccer with friends.
The USGA would make things a lot easier on itself and its players if it held the U.S. Open at storied courses, not places like Chambers Bay.