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Every day is Bring Your Child to Work Day at the Albertsons Boise Open...The Web.com Tour's annual stop at Hillcrest Country Club has attracted many of the players' families, who have been busy touring the city when they're not at the golf course.
When the US Open comes to Pinehurst golfers are best advised to leave their A-game at home. The tournament will be played at the North Carolina course for the third time this week but the fate of the two previous winners provides a cautionary tale to
Carlos Ortiz closed with a bogey- free, 6-under 64 on Sunday and came from behind to win the Panama Claro Championship. More News Ortiz, who won for the first time on the Web.com Tour, ended at 12-under-par 268 at Club de Golf de Panama. "I still can'
Professional golf has stomped on Jason Gore's body and soul for years now, without soft spikes...He began searching for ways to make a living, for his wife Megan and his son and daughter, without having to watch a 5-foot putt lip out, look up and
Russell Knox improved his attitude by adopting the optimistic view. That helped him cope with a challenging golf year, when his standing on the PGA and Web.com tours doesnt reflect his consistently solid play. I tell my girlfriend every night, he
Web.com Tour officials project that New Zealander Tim Wilkinson has already done enough to earn a PGA Tour card for 2014, but the Manawatu golfer clearly wants more. He's after a win this year and he's made another excellent start, this time at the
Hadley, who has three top-six finishes in his last four events, finished 36 holes at TPC Wakefield Plantation at 10-under 132. "It's always a little bit more pressure when you have the hometown atmosphere and that comes with the territory," said
Open is great for giving us storylines, including the thought, "Who was that guy?" The "Who was that guy?" has occurred in seven of the last eight Opens...Thompson led by three strokes after the first round, then blew up in the second and third
EDT Last updated on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012 10:42PM EDT Jason Gore and Aaron Watkins took advantage of early tee times and share the clubhouse lead at the weather affected Web.com Tou event in Kansas. The pair opened with 6-under 65s before a three
A former Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open champion and the Nationwide Tour's career leader in victories fired 6-under-par 65s to claim shares of the lead midway through the first round of the Wichita Open today at Crestview Country Club. Kevin