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.




  • FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Your noon meteorological update from Bethpage:

  • FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Ran into Mike Davis – the U.S. Golf Association’s top set-up man – this morning and, as expected, he took the cautious route for Thursday’s setup at Bethpage Black.

  • The USGA should consider dumping the caddie logo and go with an umbrella and a squeegee.

  • FARMINGTON, N.Y. – Kudos to the U.S. Golf Association for putting Bandon Dunes back in the national championship rota.

  • FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Here's an item we never imagined we'd ever pen: Boo Weekley has spent some time in the gym and has lost weight.

  • FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – While greater New York was taking Phil Mickelson onto its burly shoulders early Wednesday, a member of Lefty's foursome was quietly making a statement.

  • FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – With all due respect to Eduardo Romero, the U.S.

  • The United States Open returns to Bethpage Black for its 109th edition. And as senior writer Rex Hoggard says, so, too, do the three principal characters from seven years ago.

  • Somewhere along the way Phil Mickelson became New York ' like Woody Allen and graffiti.

  • FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Mike Davis, the director of rules and competition for the U.S. Golf Association, has a simple philosophy – the players, not the course, should be the story U.S. Open week.