The International may be gone, but it's been replaced by the AT&T National, the new host is Tiger Woods, the course is Congressional, and the beneficiaries are the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. What could be better?

Cristie Kerr played the last 45 holes with only two bogeys in winning the US Women's Open by two shots over Angela Park and Lorena Ochoa. The back nine Sunday was some marvelous theater, with a lot of quality golf shots interspersed with some pressure induced "what was that" shots as well.

In yet another finish that came down to the wire on the PGA Tour, journeyman pro Brian Bateman earned his first PGA Tour victory on the 18th green after sinking a 12 foot birdie putt at the Buick Open.

The North Carolina weather has finally broken and the long delayed second round was...

Tom Pernice Jr fired a 66 to jump into the lead after the third round of the Buick Open. Jesper Parnevik, Scott Verplank, and Brian Bateman are all a single shot behind. Jim Furyk and Kenny Perry, two of the second round leaders are in a group of five another shot back. Brett Quigley, the third co-leader from the second round, replaced his caddie after the second round and shot 75 to fall into a tie for 32nd place. The prospect for extreme fireworks on Sunday in high, given the number of players within four shots of the lead.

With the completion of the second round of the PGA Tours Buick Open at...

Phil McGleno aka Phillip McClelland O'Grady aka Mac O'Grady bashed Tiger Woods stating that on a scale of ten. He went on to say that for Mr. Woods to challenge Mr. Nicklaus's record in the majors is cheating. Like being on steroids. The steroids aren't in the players, they're in the equipment. Ridiculous say I.

Annika and Lorena are right there, Angela Park came out of nowhere, Michelle and Karrie are in big trouble, just a quick summary of the first round of the U.S. Women's Open.

Rocco Mediate shot an 8-under 64 to lead the Buick Open in Grand Blanc, Michigan on Thursday. Brett Quigley, Woody Austin, and Brian Bateman lurk just one shot behind the leader.

At o'dark thirty (4:30am) I backed the WRX out of the garage and hustled...

Just two weeks have passed since Angel Cabrera persevered through 72 holes of brutal...

Story lines abound as the LPGA prepares for their third major of the year, the U. S. Women's Open at Pine Needles Golf Club in North Carolina. Will Ochoa win her first major? Can Annika bounce back from injury to defend her title? Can Wie make the cut?

Tiger Woods will not be competing at the Buick Open this week, but there will certainly be a very exiting tournament. Three of the top 25 players in the world will challenge at Warwick Hills June 28 - July 1.

An Arnold Palmer Signature CourseKing Arnold is quickly garnering my respect for his course layouts and designs. Northville Hills Golf Club is the third Arnold Palmer Golf course I have played in the past three weeks and more importantly, the BEST one yet!

For the first time in five tries, Lorena Ochoa came out the victor in...

Sun Mountain's Rainflex material claims to be waterproof, breathable, stretchable, and quiet. Sounds like the perfect rain gear, but does it perform on all counts?

Hunter Mahan achieved his first PGA Tour victory at the Travelers Championship after beating Jay Williamson in a one hole playoff that thrilled spectators and viewers with quality shot making.

Lorena Ochoa shot a five under 67 to lead the Wegmans LPGA by one over rookie In-Kyung Kim and three over Christie Kerr. Ochoa, the worlds number one player, insists she'll stay aggressive in order to make fewer mistakes and give her the best chance to win. We'll see, as she has been know to hit errant shots under pressure in the past. Ms. Kim, at nineteen years old, has never been in this position before so her play will no doubt be affected by nerves. Christie Kerr is four shots back but by no means out of the chase. To many things can happen on this golf course in a very short period of time.

Jay Williamson has a one shot lead at the Travelers Championship, but with David Toms and Hunter Mahan right behind him, Sunday is sure to be a great finish.

According to Commissioner Tim Finchem, the PGA Tour is close to developing a drug testing policy for all its members. Why has the Tour come to this decision and how do the players feel about it?

Michelle Wie has withdrawn from the 2007 John Deere Classic, in light of recent events, this seems to be the best decision she's made in quite some time.

Designed by Donald Ross in 1925, Hamilton Elks Golf Club may not play overly long, but still demands well placed shots to salvage a good score.

With two thirds of the PGA Tour "regular" season over with, the PGA Tour moves to Cromwell Connecticut for the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands.

Angel Cabrera wins the US Open holding off Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk by a single stroke. Cabrera shot a final round 69, his second of the eight under par rounds all week. Several players made runs at the top, including Steve Stricker, who led at the turn but doubled both 10 and 11 enroute to a tie for 13th with 3rd round leader Aaron Baddeley. Baddeley shot a 80 beginning with a 3 putt triple bogey from 8 feet on the first hole. Woods and Furyk had chances but couldn't get it done while Cabrera did and that in the end was the difference.

Aaron Baddeley has a two shot lead over Tiger Woods after the third round of the US Open. Baddeley birdied the final hole to shoot even par 70 on a day when only two golfers broke par. One of those was Steve Stricker, who holed a 74 yard shot for a birdie and shot 68, the other was Mr. Woods with a one under par 69. Woods also hit 17 of 18 greens in regulation. There are a dozen golfers within 5 shots of the lead, including David Toms and Jim Furyk along with second round leader Angel Cabrera who stumbled to a 75. Tomorrow should be some kind of fun; at least for spectators.