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NEWS: USGA Announces 2018 U.S. Curtis Cup Team View More
Jennifer Kupcho is one of the members of this year's Curtis Cup team. (Photo: Wake Forest Athletics)

NEWS: USGA Announces 2018 U.S. Curtis Cup Team

The USGA on Tuesday announced the eight female amateur golfers selected to represent the United States in the 40th Curtis Cup Match against counterparts from Great Britain and Ireland.    The players: Mariel Galdiano, 19, of Pearl City, Hawaii Kristen Gillman, 20, of Austin, Texas Jennifer Kupcho, 20, of Westminster,…

NEWS: Reed Asserts Control At The Halfway Mark View More
Patrick Reed (Photo: Lucy Nicholson, Reuters)

NEWS: Reed Asserts Control At The Halfway Mark

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA – For a guy who never had broken 70 in his 12 previous Masters rounds, Patrick Reed is making up for lost time.  Reed’s 69-66 start at Augusta National is good enough for a two-stroke lead over Marc Leishman and has him four clear of Henrik Stenson. It’s…

NEWS: Harman Leads After Third-Round Shootout View More
Brian Harman during the third round of the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills. (Photo credit: Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

NEWS: Harman Leads After Third-Round Shootout

With the soaking, softening, overnight rain and no wind, scoring on Saturday at Erin Hills was always going to be good. But holy smokes, nobody saw this coming. Out a couple of hours before the second-round leaders, Patrick Reed set the tone, firing the fourth 65 of the week and…

WATCH: How Russell Henley Won the Shell Houston Open

WATCH: How Russell Henley Won the Shell Houston Open

Winning the Shell Houston Open on Sunday prompted a pleasant change of plans this week for Henley, earning him a last-minute spot in The Masters. Henley has been a quietly steady player for several years and he produced the kind of Sunday finish that players dream about. It may have…

QUICK TAKE: Ben Crane Picks Up the Pace View More
Ben Crane, once known as one of the PGA Tour's slowest players, says he's gotten faster. Photo Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images

QUICK TAKE: Ben Crane Picks Up the Pace

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Here’s an unpopular opinion: Pace of play on the PGA Tour is actually getting faster.   Ben Crane, notorious for his sloth-like pace, believes it wholeheartedly. After opening the Honda Classic with a 4-under 66, Crane conveyed a sense of optimism that the game’s pace…