Jordan Spieth returns to AT&T Pro-Am, while Max Homa will make his professional debut at Pebble Beach.
The 2014 Hall of Fame Class was inducted Tuesday night of AT&T week at Spanish Bay, headlined by four college golf coaches who have led their Northern California schools to national championships: Cal’s Steve Desimone, San Jose State’s Mark Gale and Stanford’s Wally Goodwin and Conrad Ray.
Check out our photo gallery of the 49ers and Giants competing for charity. Alex Smith even joined in on the fun.
Veteran Juli Inkster wants to make sure the Swinging Skirts Classic sticks around. It’ll be the first LPGA event in Bay Area since 2010.
Davis Love III is back at the AT&T Pro-Am at the age of 49. He may be back at Pebble in September as a 50-year-old for the First Tee Open.
Fifteen years ago Payne Stewart won the AT&T Pro-Am thanks to a charge at Poppy Hills. Stewart’s win is one of many big anniversaries this year.
Sacramento resident Jonathan De Los Reyes cruised to a four-shot win in the amateurgolf.com Wine Country Cup. The St. Mary’s junior had to hold off two teammates for the victory.
The latest initiative rolled out at the PGA Merchandise Show is called “Hackgolf.” It’s goal? To make golf more fun. We have some ideas.
With 10 years of ShotLink data under its belt, the PGA Tour is beginning to make great advancements with analytics. And some of golf’s greatest myths are going down. New stats include strokes gained in driving, approaches and short game.
Cal alum Max Homa has been granted a sponsor exemption into the AT&T Pro-Am. He’s also playing at Torrey Pines this week on an exemption.