The Shriners Open has not been rescheduled, even after PGA Tour officials announced on Monday a revamped tournament schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The British Open will not be played this year for the first time since 1945, golf officials announced Monday as they tried to reconfigure a major championship schedule that would end with the Masters being played two weeks before Thanksgiving.
Phil Rowe, an assistant or associate head coach at UNLV the past six seasons, was named the Cal Poly men’s golf coach on Friday.
Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are set to join forces with Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods for a charity golf match, according to CNN Sports.
Park won two Nevada state high school individual golf titles while playing for Bishop Gorman (2004-05) before her stellar career on the LPGA Tour.
About half of Southern Nevada’s golf courses remain open during the coronavirus pandemic following clarification that “outdoor activities outside of clubhouses” can continue.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has declared that a golf course could remain open for play if the clubhouse was closed and other preventative measures were implemented.
The sportsbook is anticipating having to refund all outstanding bets on golf’s first major after it was postponed, based on stipulated rules about the start date.
Augusta National decided Friday to postpone the Masters because of the spread of the coronavirus.
The Players Championship is the premier tournament run by the PGA Tour, offering a $15 million purse, the richest in golf history.
Last week, PGA Tour and Action Sports Network executives announced GolfBet, “a first-of-its-kind, golf-focused betting content platform.”
Four-time PGA Tour winner and Las Vegas native Scott Piercy lost two endorsement deals Thursday for sharing a homophobic meme on Instagram.
The 36th-ranked Trojans shot a final-round 3-over 291 and finished at 3-under 861, two strokes ahead of eighth-ranked Texas. UNLV took 13th in the 15-team event.
Nate Sexton of Olympia, Washington, finished 44 under par over four rounds to win the Las Vegas Challenge and $4,000 on Sunday at Wildhorse Golf Club.
Junior Samantha Fuller paced UNLV women’s golf with a sixth-finish at the Rebel Beach Invitational played at the team’s home course, Spanish Trail, on Monday and Tuesday. Overall, the Rebels finished ninth.