With limited television exposure, the L.P.G.A. is failing to capitalize on its young, charismatic players from around the world.
Using lessons gleaned from her mentor, Karrie Webb, Green became the first Australian woman to win a major since 2006.
Green, a 22-year-old Australian, held onto her opening-round lead.
“I’m not entirely sure how much more I have left in me,” said Wie, who missed two months of competition to injuries and had to ice her wrist during the first round of the Women’s P.G.A. Championship.
An apparel brand with a streetwear sensibility wants to get teens and 20-somethings onto the green.
He was college basketball player and part of championship baseball teams growing up. Maybe that’s why Gary Woodland bloomed late on the golf course.
Woodland, a former college basketball player who had been 0 for 30 in golf’s four biggest events, outlasted Justin Rose, Adam Scott and the two-time-defending champion, Brooks Koepka.
Mickelson, who will turn 49 on Sunday, is facing the pressure of trying to win the only major title that has eluded him. He is 11 shots behind the leader, Gary Woodland.
Woods is certainly not the dominant 2000 model, yet as he headed into the weekend nine strokes back, a competitor called him “a little bit of a sleeping giant.”
The 39-year-old McDowell was ranked as low as 257th in the world this year. But he has rallied of late, and his two-under-par first round left him in contention to repeat his 2010 Open victory.
His journey back has been morally and medically arduous. But here he is, basking in adulation, smiling with President Trump, defying his sport’s and society’s expectations.
Unpackaged, unemotional and unabashedly himself, Koepka has become the game’s dominant player, with four major titles in two years. Yet he is also its Invisible Man.
It barely stretches past 100 yards. But it hugs the Pacific Ocean and at this week’s United States Open it will enchant every viewer and challenge every golfer.
Some slumping players stand on their head to make a bad round sound good. Some just avoid other golfers. Or other golfers avoid them.
Jeongeun Lee6, who had a numeral added to her name because she was the sixth Jeongeun Lee on the South Korean tour, prevailed by two shots to win the event’s first $1 million check.
Yu Liu of China and Celine Boutier of France, who helped the Blue Devils win the 2014 N.C.A.A. title, are at seven under par, a shot ahead of three others, including Lexi Thompson.
The actress and co-author of “Our Shoes, Our Selves” teed up at Chelsea Piers.
Higa shot an even-par 71 and maintained a one-shot lead Friday in a suspended second round.
Cauley, who has never won on the PGA Tour, is in contention at the Memorial a year after he was badly injured as a passenger in a single-car accident near the tournament site.
Haney said on the show that he couldn’t name even six players on the L.P.G.A. tour and mocked the ethnicity of the sport’s stars from South Korea.
At this weekend’s Memorial Tournament, Woods has a shot at tying Snead with 82 PGA Tour titles. The two met when Woods was 6 and Snead 69.