Collin Morikawa shot 13 under par, pulling away from Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson to win his first major.
John Spellerberg followed his opening 8-under 63 at Tregaron with a 70 on Sunday for a 9-under 133 total.
Was it luck or new golf balls? This golfer sunk two holes in one in 12 days.
Although it looks a bit different this year, the 102nd edition of the PGA Championship is underway in Harding Park in San Francisco. Here's a …
Nebraska golfer Kate Smith on advanced to the second round in the match play portion of the U.S. Women’s Amateur.
In a record performance, Aurora's Danica Badura won the Nebraska Women's Amateur.
Schaake’s last tournament before returning to Iowa City will be the U.S. Amateur that starts Aug. 10 at Bandon Dunes in Oregon
Reeves won with the largest final-round comeback in a decade on the tour, the first by eight strokes since the 2010 Wayne Gretzky Classic.
Imagine the encouragement any of these golfers could draw from a gallery.
One of the golfers in the Pinnacle Bank Championship has tested positive for COVID-19 and has withdrawn from the tournament at Indian Creek.
Andy Sajevic won the Nebraska Amateur for the fourth time.
An early look at some of the scores from golfers with local connections at the Pinnacle Bank Championship.
There won't be any fans, but the Pinnacle Bank Championship goes on in this pandemic year at Indian Creek.
Bill Gottsch laughs as he tells the story of how Indian Creek was born one day in 1990 in the Gottsch family living room. “Sometimes our famil…
Instead of being on the bubble, Korn Ferry Tour's players are finding themselves in the bubble this year. And that includes Omaha's Scott Gutschewski.
Iowa Western’s Grant Jabenis had a bogey-free, 5-under 66 to open the 112th Amateur.
Ryan Vermeer shot a 3-under 69 at Bent Tree, where it took a 6-under 66 to secure one of the four available spots.
Ryan Vermeer, Happy Hollow’s director of instruction, is paired with 2011 Omaha winner JJ Killeen in Monday’s open qualifying for the Pinnacle…
Two will compete in the Pinnacle Bank Championship, but the other Schaake has found an unconventional way to watch his sons compete.
Millard North junior Katie Ruge is the second-youngest winner in the 97 years of the Nebraska women’s match-play golf championship.