Johnson rolled in a 30-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole that got him into a three-man playoff, and he outlasted Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman to win the British Open.
John Milner and Kailey McDade dominated the two-day Janesville City Junior golf championship at Riverside.
Milner, a 2015 Janesville Parker graduate and the Big Eight's Player of the Year last season, fired a...
When Steve Stricker tees it up in the John Deere Classic, it almost doesn't matter what kind of shape his golf game is in—good, bad or indifferent.
He has a knack for making birdies here and he did it...
Edgerton native tees it up at the John Deere Classic today
Phil Quade, 48, has made the loop around the 18-hole links-style Erin Hills course nearly twice a weekend for the past three summers. His son, Korey, 20, caddies nearly every day on the course, which might end up playing the longest in U.S. Open history when the tournament is held there in 2017.
Josh Udelhofen of Platteville didn’t record a single bogey during the 36-hole finale of the Ray Fischer State Medal Play Championship. He fired a 7-under 65 during the morning’s third round and closed with a 68 in the afternoon to beat Pewaukee’s Kyle Driscoll by two shots.
Aaron Gavin of South Milwaukee was one shot off the lead in one of the final groups off Riverside Golf Course on Friday night. On Saturday morning, Gavin turned in a sparkling 7-under 65 as one of the first players off the tee. He will take a three-shot lead into the final 36 holes of the Ray Fischer State Medal Play Championship on Sunday.
Todd Westrich of De Pere had eight birdies in his round and shot a 6-under 66. He leads Ed Dzirbik Jr. of Brookfield, Kyle Driscoll of Milwaukee and Aaron Gavin of South Milwaukee by one shot.
The Ray Fischer State Medal Play Championship, which begins with Friday's opening round at Riverside Golf Course, is one of the top golf tournaments held in Wisconsin.
Chambers Bay delivered heart-stopping drama Sunday in the U.S. Open when Spieth birdied his final hole to become only the sixth player to win the Masters and the U.S. Open in the same year. The real surprise was not that he won, but how he won.