The Eau Claire native and sophomore to be at South Dakota shoots rounds of 67-65 at Watertown CC and bests Southern Illinois-Edwardsville golfer Kyle Slattery, who earns the other spot in next month's U.S. Am at Riviera CC. Read more
The assistant at the University Club of Milwaukee shoots 69-68 and his 5-under-par 137 total was good for a five-shot victory over Kyle Bruce, an assistant at The Legend at Merrill Hills in Waukesha and Neal Grusczynski, golf coach at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee Read more
Thea final-round 71 to finish tied for 37th place at 2-over-par 282, 14 strokes behind champion golfer Jordan Spieth. Read more
Johnson shoots 4-under-par 68 in the final round at Green Valley GC in Denver to finish four shots behind winner Jonathan Kaye, an ex-PGA Tour golfer who shot 66 and edged fellow Coloradan Jacob Lestishen by one shot for the $100,000 top prize. Read more
Former Marquette assistant men's golf coach Michael Bielawski, now development director for the MACC Fund, has enlisted the help of five Wisconsin schools and Wisconsin golfers from two out-of-state schools Read more
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The former Northern Iowa golfer from Pewaukee rallied for a 3-under-par 69, but all that did was give him the honor of being low Wisconsin golfer among the 13 in the field for the 84th annual event
Former Marquette assistant men's golf coach Michael Bielawski, now development director for the MACC Fund, has enlisted the help of five Wisconsin schools and Wisconsin golfers from two out-of-state schools
ONEIDA -- Brown County is going to see a lot of Ashley Kulka over the next four years. And, if days like Sunday are an indication of what's ahead, she can't wait to get there.
Following a final-round 64, Steve Stricker reflects on his play in the 2017 John Deere Classic with Doug Bell from PGA TOUR Radio.