Nearly two dozen PGA Tour players, including three from Las Vegas, will be part of the series.
Patrick Cantlay said his time off last fall made him excited to play in January. Any signs of rust weren’t visible at Kapalua, where he finished fourth with an astounding 26-under .
Las Vegas resident Seamus Power begins his 2022 season this week at the elite Sentry Tournament of Champions.
Winning on the PGA Tour isn’t easy, but here are 10 players on the verge of getting victory No. 1 this season.
While the Raiders’ tumultuous year dominated the news in Las Vegas, they were far from the only major story on the local sports scene.
Offseason work will be particularly key this year for Danielle Kang, who is coming off her first winless year since 2016. That’s not to say 2021 was a bust.
TPC Summerlin will be shut down for most of the spring and summer with work planned to be complete in time for next year’s Shriners Children’s Open.
UNLV coach Amy Bush-Herzer has been selected recipient of the 2021 Kim Evans Award, which recognizes one individual whose support of golf helps grow the game.
The LPGA is coming back to Las Vegas in 2022, making it official with the release of the tour’s 2022 schedule that includes the Bank of Hope Match Play once again headed to Shadow Creek at the end of May.
Brooks Koepka defeated Bryson DeChambeau 4 and 3 in their made-for-TV match at Wynn Golf Club on Friday to claim bragging rights in golfest bitterest rivalry.
Golf’s most bitter rivalry arrives at Wynn Golf Club on Friday for a made-for-TV event. There’s little doubt that Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are anything but friends.
Over the weekend, Collin Morikawa became the first American to win the season-ending DP World Tour Championship and the European Tour’s Order of Merit.
College Golf Experience ( CGX) is bringing a weekend camp to Desert Pines Golf Club and Las Vegas Golf Club Dec. 4-5.
In many ways, 2021 has been a great year for Xander Schauffele. Still, he wasn’t satisfied with his play on the PGA Tour, where he had eight top-10 finishes but no wins.
Golf analysts love to say that you can’t win a tournament on the first day. Brett Sodetz proved that theory wrong at the Las Vegas City Amateur.