Rex Hoggard

Editorial Staff

Rex Hoggard is a veteran sports writer and a senior writer for, serving as a beat writer for golf’s professional tours. Hoggard handles breaking news, features and opinion stories and contributes to the network’s news reporting team on-site at PGA Tour events and at golf’s major championships.

In addition to his writing contributions for the network, he serves as a co-host on Morning Drive.

Before joining Golf Channel, Hoggard accumulated more than 15 years of journalism experience, including nine years at Golfweek Magazine. He began his career at the Orlando Sentinel, then worked as a staff reporter for the Highline News in Washington before joining Golfweek in 1999. Hoggard also served in the United States Marine Corps from 1986-’90.




  • The international men of mystery at the WGC-CA are making names for themselves.

  • John Daly has been working on his game and slimming down his body in preparation for his return.

  • It's easy to get lost in all the Tiger Woods hoopla and forget about the rest of the best at Doral.

  • History and heart and traditional horses aside, this is not the week to burn a precious Tiger Woods offering. Yes, the world No. 1 owns Doral ' having won three of the last four gatherings on the South Florida pitch ' and hes due, but this is no time for reason.

  • In this week's Cut Line, heart and youth are champions, while last year's champion falls short.

  • Rory McIlroy and Oliver Wilson are two young men from the UK making their presence known.

  • After a week of bracket-busting and broken dreams lets celebrate a return to normalcy by way of old-fashion, 72 holes of stroke play on a what-you-see-is-what-you-get Honda Classic layout.

  • Hank Haney has helped Tiger Woods wins major championships. But can he help Charles Barkley?

  • In order, Geoff Ogilvy dispatched the best America, Japan, Colombia, Northern Ireland and finally England could muster at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.

  • In this week's Cut Line, a Ryder Cup-er is in the Sweet Sixteen, while the desert is no place for dancing.