The PGA Tour is developing a new golf tour in Latin America that will give playing opportunities to golfers in the region, with the top performers gaining access to the developmental Nationwide Tour.
Despite the recent success of amateurs in Tour events, many players think today's collegiate system is wrong for the development of the sport.
Doug Barron became the first player on the PGA Tour to violate its performance-enhancing drug policy and has been suspended for one year.
Calling Justin Hicks a journeyman would be a compliment. The 33-year-old has missed half the cuts of the six Nationwide Tour events he's played this year. A 68 at the U.S. Open has him admittedly surprised to be atop the leaderboard.
He won't be fully exempt on the PGA Tour in 2008 and he doesn't want to play the Nationwide circuit. Chris Riley's career has officially become a quandary.