AMES, Iowa—Year by year, more local golfers are embracing their favorite sport’s past.
TOMAH, Wis.—Toro Foundation president Judson McNeil believes a tree leaves a legacy.
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland—A coastal fog hung over the Old Course for much of the day Thursday, forcing golfers to strain to follow their shots. But clarit
Austin Christopher, 23, hadn’t been drinking last Saturday. Nor had he indulged in any other mind-bending substance.
The golf industry may be on the upswing due to the PGA’s push to bring people back around, part of which includes allowing footgolf on courses.
None of the news on the California drought front and its impact on golf has been good, but it has taken another unfortunate turn.
The California Golf Course Superintendents Association (CAGCSA) has contributed $6,000 to the California Alliance for Golf (CAG) to assist the organiz
The second phase of the 2014 Rounds 4 Research fundraising program for turfgrass studies, run by the Environmental Institute for Golf (EIFG), sold mor
PHILADLEPHIA—Holganix, a manufacturer of 100% organic, bionutritional turf and plant products, has announced that the “Holganix Roots for You!” compet
This month, the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, Club Managers Association of America, Professional Golfers Association of America,
GREAT FALLS, Va.—Tom Lipscomb knows the precise spot on the 18th hole that wilts under summer's pressure. And it's not at the tees on the 544-yard par
CARY, N.C.—Arysta LifeScience North America, LLC and FMC Corporation have announced the signing of an exclusive licensing agreement in the United Stat