FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Sam Burns made a 38-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole at Colonial to beat Scottie Scheffler, the No. 1 player in the world and his good buddy.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Justin Thomas is a PGA champion again when he least expected it.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Everyone went into a tailspin on a tough day of wind and cold at the PGA Championship.
SUN CITY, Texas — Texas High could not match it first round performance in Tuesday’s second round at White Wing Golf Club.
ROCKWALL, Texas — Strong wind and a deep Highland Park golf team did not prevent Texas High from qualifying for the 5A state tournament.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Scottie Scheffler is the No. 1 player in the world and has a Masters green jacket to show for it.
The Texas High Tigers won the District 15-5A championship Tuesday after the second round of their tournament at Tempest Golf Club in Gladewater, Texas.
LONGVIEW, Texas — Texas High was the only school to shoot under 300 in each round, winning its third straight title in the 2022 Twisted 54 Tournament.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas High’s golf team finished 15th Tuesday in the prestigious 2022 Aggie Cup with a 36-hole total of 675.
EULESS, Texas — Texas High junior Thomas Curry survived strong winds and a loaded field Saturday in the Lanny Wadkins Classic at the Texas Star Golf Course to win medalist honors.
TEXARKANA, Ar. — Texas High junior Thomas Curry posted a 54-hole score of 11-under-par 205 Saturday, leading the host Tigers to the championship in The Jay Brewer Texas High Tiger Classic at Texarkana Country […]
FORT WORTH, Texas — Texas High’s golf team tied for seventh place in the annual Bart Granger Invitational at Pecan Valley Golf Courses.
HOPE, Ark. — Texarkana’s 69-year-old Carl Standridge has a great sense of humor. It’s necessary when he plays in the monthly Southwest Arkansas Seniors Golf Association.
TEXARKANA – Fort Worth’s 25-year-old Sam Stevens rallied with six birdies over the final 11 holes Saturday to win the All Pro Tour Children’s Charities Texarkana Open and pocket the $20,000 first place prize.
TEXARKANA – Texarkana’s Zack Fischer won’t be playing the next two days in the annual APT-WAPT Texarkana Children’s Charities Open, but he still opened some eyes during Thursday’s second round at Northridge Country Club.