Sung Hyun Park, of South Korea, hits from the 18th tee during the second round of the U.S. Women's Open golf tournament at CordeValle in San Martin, California, Friday, July 8. Park capitalized on the favorable morning scoring conditions, shooting a 6-under 72 Friday to take a two-stroke lead after the second round of the U.S. Women's Open at CordeValle.
Tiger Woods said Sunday he might not return to competitive golf this year following back surgery nine months ago, but he's counting on the wait being worthwhile by producing impressive form.
One of Ayako Uehara's best memories in her four full-time seasons on the LPGA Tour is a hole-in-one she made in her first appearance at the NW Arkansas Championship in 2013.
Stalled by rain, the U.S. Open is almost back on schedule. And when another marathon day finally ended Saturday with Shane Lowry of Ireland atop the leaderboard at Oakmont, it was more chaotic than ever.
Dustin Johnson unleashed another powerful tee shot that got lost in the darkening sky over Oakmont.
Inbee Park could finally crack a smile, even if she was five shots behind leader Brooke Henderson. No more nerves or anxiety whether Park's injured thumb would hold up, the South Korean star was never more excited to make bogey than on the 18th to finish off the first round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship on Thursday -- the round that made her eligible for the LPGA Hall of Fame.
A storm system that rolled through Muirfield Village late Saturday only further muddled the outlook at the Memorial.
Jordan Spieth found the perfect cure for his Masters misery. Jordan Spieth found the perfect cure for his Masters misery.
Ariya Jutanugarn tore her scorecard into pieces after walking off the 18th green at Travis Pointe, proving the competition isn't the only thing she is tearing up.
Rocco Mediate stretched his Senior PGA Championship lead to four strokes Friday at Harbor Shores, birdieing the final two holes for a 5-under 66.