LaCava back caddying for Couples this week

9:46 PM ET Joe LaCava is back inside the ropes this week — caddying for his old boss, Fred Couples. LaCava, who has caddied for Tiger Woods for the past 10 years, said in a text message Thursday night that “I’m actually eating pasta and watching hockey with [Couples] right now. Like nothing has changed […]

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Jason Day WDs from 2021 Memorial with back injury

Jason Day has withdrawn from the Memorial prior to his Thursday tee time. The PGA Tour communications department announced Thursday morning that Day, 33, cited a back injury as the reason for his WD. It is Day’s 11th career WD on the PGA Tour and his second this season. The 2015 PGA champ and former […]

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LPGA Tour event in Vancouver again canceled

5:27 PM ET Associated Press VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The LPGA Tour’s CP Women’s Open was canceled Wednesday because of logistical challenges and border restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The event was scheduled for Vancouver’s Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club on Aug. 26-29. Golf Canada and Canadian Pacific said Shaughnessy will host the 2023 […]

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CP Women’s Open canceled for a second consecutive year

By Beth Ann Nichols | June 2, 2021 9:13 pm ET Follow @golfweeknichols On the eve of the 76th U.S. Women’s Open, Golf Canada announced the cancellation of its national open for a second consecutive year due to logistical challenges and continued border restrictions related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The CP Women’s Open was […]

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Pepperdine beats Oklahoma for men’s golf title

10:12 PM ET Associated Press SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Clay Feagler two-putted from 35 feet on the 18th hole to wrap up Pepperdine’s first men’s golf national championship in 24 years, a 3-2 victory over Oklahoma on Wednesday at Grayhawk Golf Club. Pepperdine took an early lead on a sizzling day in the desert, allowed Oklahoma […]

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‘I haven’t seen rough like this really ever’: Muirfield Village could be brutal test for players in the Memorial

By Steve DiMeglio | June 2, 2021 3:40 pm ET Follow @Steve_DiMeglio DUBLIN, Ohio – Players in this week’s Memorial Tournament have been forced to familiarize themselves rather quickly to a brand new golf course after a complete renovation by designer and builder Jack Nicklaus. New bunkers, expanded tees, the addition of a SubAir system, […]

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Wiesberger wins by 5, retains title in Denmark

2:02 PM ET Associated Press FARSO, Denmark — Bernd Wiesberger retained his title at the Made in HimmerLand event on the European Tour by shooting 7-under 64 to win by five shots on Sunday. The Austrian golfer won the tournament in Denmark in 2019 and it was canceled last year because of the pandemic. The […]

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TaylorMade 2021 TP5 & TP5x Golf Ball Review

When Tommy Fleetwood signed with TaylorMade, the biggest surprise for him was how well their ball performed. Sergio Garcia, who at the time wasn’t even with the company (although he has recently re-joined), told him “Finally you get to see what you have been missing out on”. The ball was also a standout performer at […]

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Sooners clinch spot in NCAA golf finals vs. Waves

10:10 PM ET Associated Press SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Quade Cummins sank an 8-foot birdie putt on the drivable par-4 17th hole at Grayhawk Golf Club in the NCAA men’s national semifinals on Tuesday, clinching Oklahoma’s place in the title match against Pepperdine. Oklahoma and host Arizona State played close matches all afternoon after advancing to […]

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Ping G Le2 Women’s Range Review

When asked to name a women’s golf equipment brand, Ping is the name that comes to mind. Why? Well, many people don’t realise that The Solheim Cup is named after the Karsten Solheim, who is the founder of Ping, and the biggest event in women’s professional golf is still supported by the family to this […]

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Kokrak gets second PGA Tour win at Colonial

7:52 PM ET Associated Press FORT WORTH, Texas — Jason Kokrak played in 233 PGA Tour events before getting his first victory. The big hitter didn’t have to wait nearly as long to win again, though this one might have been harder because he had to overcome a local favorite at Colonial. Kokrak shot an […]

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Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play: Maine

By Jason Lusk | June 1, 2021 7:00 am ET Follow @GolfweekJLu The best of public-access golf in Maine combines old and new, as well as private club-style amenities with resort accommodations. Golfweek ranks courses by compiling the average ratings – on a points basis of 1 to 10 – of its more than 750 raters […]

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Clemson’s Pettit holds on for NCAA golf title

10:18 PM ET Associated Press SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Turk Pettit had a stellar start to his collegiate career, winning a tournament as a freshman and posting five top-10 finishes. One bad round seemed to put him a funk. Then his clubs were stolen. The tall, lanky player from Alabama appeared to get back into a […]

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