Golf Central: USGA Year in Review
Get caught up on the year that was for the USGA with this year end Golf Central Review. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
MD Headlines: Spieth the new world No. 2
Jordan Spieth jumps to No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Bailey Mosier brings you the latest news from around the world of golf.
College Central: Texas Tech's Matias Dominguez to Compete in Masters
Maria Carter and Ryan Lavner have the latest from the world of college golf. Several college golfers are to compete in the 2015 Masters. Ryan Lavner picks who he believes is the best NCAA conference. John Rahm takes over number one spot in the World Amateur Golf Rankings.
Yang completes amazing run at U.S. Amateur
Catch all the action from the final round of the 2014 U.S. Amateur Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
U.S. Am final: Yang leads Conners after first 18
A missed opportunity on the 18th hole meant Gunn Yang had only a 1-up lead over Corey Conners heading into the afternoon session at the 114th U.S. Amateur.
Yang completes improbable journey to U.S. Am title
With a victory over Corey Conners, little-known Gunn Yang completed his improbable journey to the U.S. Amateur title.
USGA year in review: Gunn, Gillman win U.S. Ams
Golf Central recaps the highlights from both the men’s and women’s 2014 U.S. Amateur Championships. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.two back in 1999 feet Stewart. One under was the winning score Michael Campbell even par. Split mark Steinberg did in 20149. Under par off presses stuff when you look at the week there and trip.
Conners earns another spot in U.S. Am semis
Corey Conners punched his ticket to the U.S. Amateur semifinals for the second year in a row Friday after a victory over Zachary Olsen.
MD Headline: Park, Villegas notch big wins
Golf Channel's Damon Hack brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.Ally Yang is currently a registered sophomore at San Diego State. And Camilo Villegas is 7 under 63, was good enough for a one shot victory in the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club . The Columbian had an eagle and five birdies, to finish with a seventeen under 263, and earned his first PG win since
Canada shares early WATC lead; U.S. 2 back
U.S. Amateur runner-up Corey Conners helped Canada grab a share of the first-round lead Wednesday at the World Amateur Team Championship in Japan.