Malnati, Wittenberg remain on top in Mexico

Guanajuato, Mexico ( – First-round co-leaders Peter Malnati and Casey Wittenberg carded matching 4-under 68s in Friday’s second round and they continue to share the lead heading into the weekend at the El Bosque Mexico Championship. The duo finished 36 holes at 11-under-par 133, one shot ahead of Kevin Tway. Malnati and Wittenberg have two

Rain halts play at Gwinnett Championship

Duluth, GA ( – Joey Sindelar was one of five players that stood at 4-under par when the first round of the Greater Gwinnett Championship was halted by rain on Friday. Sindelar was joined atop the leaderboard by Tommy Armour III, Gary Hallberg, Ian Woosnam and Olin Browne. Heavy rain at TPC Sugarloaf halted play,

Uihlein moves into lead in China

Shenzhen, China ( – Peter Uihlein posted a 4-under 68 on Friday and moved into the lead after the second round of the inaugural Shenzhen International. The American completed 36 holes at 9-under-par 135. Kiradech Aphibarnrat carded a 3-under 69 to end two rounds at minus-8 at Genzon Golf Club. Emiliano Grillo shared low round

Pair of Kims share 3-shot lead in Hawaii

Oahu, Hawaii ( – Sei Young Kim fired a 5-under 67 in Thursday’s second round and the rookie joined I.K. Kim atop the leaderboard at the LOTTE Championship. Sei Young Kim, who won the second event of the season at the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic for her first victory on the LPGA Tour, finished 36

Malnati, Wittenberg share lead in Mexico

Guanajuato, Mexico ( – Peter Malnati and Casey Wittenberg opened up with matching 7-under 65s in Thursday’s first round and the duo leads by two shots at the El Bosque Mexico Championship. Malnati and Wittenberg have two wins each on the Tour. Malnati’s last win was a 4-shot victory at the Brasil Champions in

Huang leads by 1 in China

Shenzhen, China ( – Wen-yi Huang fired a 6-under 66 on Thursday to grab the first-round lead at the inaugural Shenzhen International. Huang is making his first European Tour start of the season. He made the cut in two of his eight tour events in 2014. Byeong Hun An and Peter Uihlein, the 2009 and Tour announces new tournament

Lewisville, TX ( – The Tour announced on Wednesday that it has added a new tournament, the Greater Dallas Open, to this season’s schedule. The event is scheduled for June 4-7 and will be played at The Lakes at Castle Hills in Lewisville, Texas, just outside of Dallas. It will serve as the 11th

We Love Green This Week : Master’s Review

Imagine the level of cynicism that resides in the heart of bettors when Jordan roared out to his first round lead.  Most years the first round leader has faltered badly down the stretch.  Only one in the past decade head won the elusive jacket after leading after eighteen holes.  How did the limited television coverage

This Week in Golf — April 15-19

Philadelphia, PA ( – PGA TOUR – RBC HERITAGE, Harbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head, South Carolina – New Masters champion Jordan Spieth heads to Hilton Head this week to headline the field at the RBC Heritage. Spieth becomes the first Masters winner to play the Heritage the following week since Zach Johnson in 2007.

Spieth up to No. 2 in world rankings

Philadelphia, PA ( – On the strength of his first major championship title on Sunday at the Masters, Jordan Spieth climbed to No. 2 in the world rankings. Spieth improved two spots to a career-best ranking. He has had four consecutive top-2 finishes on the PGA Tour. Rory McIlroy took fourth behind Spieth and remains