The Fort Worth resident will address the audience May 22 at Colonial Country Club, when the nation’s top college golfer is recognized as part of tournament week activities at the PGA Tour’s Dean & DeLuca Invitational.
Jordan Spieth got into a verbal spat with a few professional autograph seekers after his practice round Wednesday at the Pebble Beach Golf Links, calling them “scums.” He also suggested they “go get a job.”
Stanford senior Maverick McNealy, a two-time finalist, is one of 28 candidates included on the watch list for the honor presented annually to the nation’s top collegiate golfer during tournament week at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational in Fort Worth. The watch list also includes three golfers from Texas and two from Texas A&M.
Steve Wentworth, a Fort Worth resident, recorded what might have been Tarrant County’s final hole-in-one of 2016 and first hole-in-one of 2017 in consecutive rounds at Shady Oaks Country Club. He recorded aces at the course during rounds played on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1.
Baseball has been over it feels like forever, but that doesn’t mean Globe Life Park in Arlington is sitting unused. This weekend, golfers have a chance to play nine holes in what might be one of the more interesting and unusual layouts they’ll see.
The 2016 Dean & DeLuca Invitational, the first to be played under the new title sponsor of Fort Worth’s annual PGA Tour stop, set a tournament record for charitable giving to non-profit organizations in North Texas.
The Oklahoma Sooners lead Vanderbilt by two shots in a field that has 10 teams from the Golfweek top 20. The TCU Horned Frogs are 13th of 15 teams. Frogs senior Chelso Barrett is two shots out of the medalist lead.
Gerina Piller, who calls Fort Worth’s Shady Oaks her home course, entered Saturday tied for second. But she shot a 74 in the final round to fall to a tie for 11th as South Korea’s Inbee Park wins the gold.
Big-wave surfing legend Laird Hamilton, along with co-founder Don Wildman and son John, presented the Four Seasons resort at Las Colinas with eight new Golfboards on Wednesday. The individual vehicle will be available to players and members at the club for use on the golf course. Hamilton and the golf board crew sat down with the Star-Telegram to talk about their new product. (Video by Kevin Casas, Star-Telegram.com)
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Jordan Spieth ovation on first tee at 2015 Byron Nelson