The coming months will find three significant college golf tournaments played on the championship course at Lake Las Vegas.
It took a medical scare in 2022 to show Las Vegas golfer Danielle Kang that her life doesn’t have to revolve around her sport.
Twenty-four years after leaving UNLV, Adam Scott became the seventh player to surpass $60 million in career earnings on the PGA Tour.
Las Vegas stars Collin Morikawa and Xander Schauffele didn’t have the season opener they hoped for at the Tournament of Champions.
The Las Vegas Valley Water District has given formal approval to rules that will drastically reduce the amount of water golf courses in the region will be allowed starting in 2024.
From spectacular play on the course to controversy off the course, there was plenty to remember about the golf year that was.
Maverick McNealy moved to Las Vegas five years ago, and when he’s not playing on the PGA Tour, he’s going to Golden Knights games and pursuing his private pilot’s license.
Officials reopened the Henderson golf course over the weekend after a five-month project to replace the grass in all of the fairways and greens.
Don Rea wants to elevate the stories of real players and the benefits of golf in his new position as vice president of the PGA of America.
Lydia Ko won player of the year, the Vare Trophy for lowest scoring average and the money title with her victory in the LPGA season finale.
The LPGA released its 2023 tournament schedule Friday, and Shadow Creek will once again host the Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play May 24-28.
Preston Stanley arrived from Texas at 2 a.m. on the day of the Nevada Open. He then went out and shot 14 under over three days to win the tournament.
A Caesars Sportsbook bettor turned $100 into $77,900 after hitting a three-leg parlay in which they correctly picked the winners of three golf tournaments.
Chip Shots announced last month that it would be opening an indoor golf club next year in the Las Vegas Valley, and now the members-only club is accepting applications.
If it feels like Las Vegas players are a huge part of the PGA Tour, that’s because they are.