Suzy Whaley was elected the PGA of America's secretary and is in line to become president in four years. She's certainly in a position to influence women to join her in the golf business.
Bobby Jones' famous putter, Calamity Jane, went through the wars -- and it showed. But it was the great champion's trusted partner in countless victories, including those that earned Jones the 1930 Grand Slam.
Johnny Miller makes a rare appearance on the Champions Tour and rediscovers some old feelings -- while feeling old.
Bruce Lietzke has been famous for staying away from golf when he is off the tour, and that isn't going to change anytime soon.
Bill Fields offers his thoughts on an interesting 2007 Masters, begun by Arnold Palmer and won by Zach Johnson.
Sure, Gary Player can shoot his age, but these two energetic seniors give new meaning to "breaking 90."
Want a "new" face to follow in 2007? Bill Fields writes that throwback Carl Pettersson just might be your man.
The golf world lost some big names in 2006, most notably Byron Nelson and Earl Woods. But others passed away who are also worth acknowledging, writes Bill Fields.
For Loren Roberts, it seemed like 1994 all over again, as he missed a 4.5-foot putt for a championship at the Charles Schwab Cup.
Jay Haas is old school. When he is playing a golf tournament, he believes in keeping track of what other golfers are doing.
Jay Haas and Loren Roberts will duel at Sonoma G.C. for the $1 million Schwab Cup Championship payout.
Byron Nelson, a gentleman, considered himself lucky to make it to 40, let alone 94, writes Bill Fields.
The Ryder Cup's Emerald Isle debut recalls the legacy of Christy O'Connor Sr. and other fightin' Irish professionals, writes Bill Fields.
Loren Roberts has not carded a bogey through the first two rounds and shares the halfway lead with long-hitting Eduardo Romero at the Senior British Open.
Loren Roberts, who won three tournaments to open the season, shot a 5-under 65 on Thursday for a share of the lead in the Senior British Open.
Three-time major champion Larry Nelson was elected to the World Golf Hall Of Fame in his 11th year on the ballot, joining Henry Picard in the Class of 2006.