For the past five years, Zach Johnson and Steve Stricker have had a near-monopoly on the John Deere Classic.

The Reno-Tahoe Open has landed a new title sponsor and is changing its name to the Barracuda Championship under a four-year, multimillion-dollar deal with California-based Barracuda Networks Inc., tournament and PGA Tour officials announced Wednesday.

This "Holes in one" list is updated and published weekly.

The Bee’s Steve Pajak profiles eight local golfers to keep an eye on for the coming season.

Age/school: 18; Rocklin High graduate

It was any golfer’s dream – a hole in one rewarded with a new luxury car prize.

Angel Cabrera no longer has to fret about that streak of disappointments in non-major events on the PGA Tour.

Billy Hurley III doesn't plan to lose much rest sitting on a third-round lead for the first time on the PGA Tour.

The southwest corridor of San Francisco is going to get all the golf it can handle over the next decade.

Holes in one must be faxed on golf course stationery to The Bee at (916) 326-5503.

Tom Watson will get one more chance at St. Andrews in the British Open.

Patrick Reed is not interested in talking about being top five in the world.

Holes in one must be faxed on golf course stationery to The Sacramento Bee at (916) 326-5503.

One year – 365 days – from today, the best golfers in the world age 50 and over will begin play in the 2015 U.S. Senior Open at Sacramento’s Del Paso Country Club. For that Thursday’s 25,000 or so spectators, it will an exciting day as professional golf returns to the city for the first time in 10 years.

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