A good sport GARRETT JOHNSTON
Kenny Perry loves good company. The amiable Kentuckian also enjoys golf and has made a nice living at its highest levels since 1986 when he earned his PGA Tour card.
A Bear's necessity AL PETERSEN
Brian Urlacher used to crush opponents when playing linebacker for the Chicago Bears. But golf balls? Not so much. Apparently the former Monster of the Midway is more about precision than power when on...
Child's play JULIA PINE
Len Kennett has deep roots in Southern California’s golf landscape, which is among the reasons he was inducted, along with Jerry Barber, into the Southern California Golf Association Hall of Fame in...
Work in progress MIKE JAMES
Jerry Barber didn’t play his first full season on the PGA Tour until he was 33, an age when most golfers have established their careers and some have already experienced their greatest achievements.
Laughing matters GARRETT JOHNSTON
If you’re a golf fan and love social media, you’re probably familiar with Tiffany Joh. If not, check out her You Tube channel or Instagram and Twitter accounts for a jolt of fun.
National treasure GARRETT JOHNSTON
During a whirlwind week at the Ryder Cup in suburban Minneapolis, Ryan Moore delivered the final blow to Europe when he defeated Lee Westwood in singles, 1 up, to give the U.S. its winning point and first...
Getting up and down AL PETERSEN
Late September and early October was an emotional time for Tom Kite, as the World Golf Hall of Famer was saddened by the death of Arnold Palmer and elated by the U.S. victory in the Ryder Cup, an event he...
Masters stroke BRIAN DEPASQUALE
Orange County native Stewart Hagestad rallied to win the U.S. Mid-Amateur title by overcoming a four-hole deficit to defeat Scott Harvey with a 15-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole.
A new beginning GREG BALL
A new name and a familiar face will greet golfers and spectators in February when Riviera Country Club plays host to its annual PGA Tour event.
Simulating experience WARD CLAYTON
The Watts-Willowbrook Boys & Girls Club has a golf simulator thanks to GOLFZON, with golfers Alison Lee, Gary Woodland and Clippers guard Chris Paul part of the presentation party.