News for Tuesday, February 22, 2011
says the OWGR reveals just how much golf has changed in the past 25 years.
If you have a second to get away from your 64-man WGC-Accenture Match Play bracket, here’s an idea of how much the fabric at the top level has changed in the last 25 years. Consider the difference between the Official World Golf Ranking now versus when it debuted in April 1986.
The World Golf Championships are more worldly than ever, as 15 countries are represented in this week's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. Indeed, a rivalry is taking shape – not between two players, but two continents.
Hate to be Rude
Tiger Woods says his game is coming around, that work on the range at home looks promising. We’ll find out Wednesday in the WGC-Match Play.
with some news and notes on the eve of the WGC-Match Play Championship.
And for being the defending champion, Mr. Ian Poulter, you get the honor of playing in the first match of the 2011 Accenture Match Play Championship.
Korea's RNY stages camp
Pyung Hwa Kim dreams of winning the gold medal at the Asian Games so that he can skip Korea’s mandatory military service.
Iowa State arrived at River Wildnerness Golf Club this week with some unfinished business. After falling just five strokes short of knocking off top-ranked Alabama at last week’s Lady Puerto Rico Classic, the Cyclones finished the job Tuesday at the Central District Invitational.
Who would ever guess that Bernhard Langer, a runaway winner in the ACE Group Classic, has battled a severe case of the yips during his career?
explains why the U.S. Amateur will change dates beginning in 2012.
In a nod to the college players who make up the majority of the field at the U.S. Amateur, the U.S. Golf Association will adjust to accommodate the academic calendar.
Led by junior Bud Cauley, Alabama won the Puerto Rico Classic on Tuesday. Here are five things you need to know:
North Africa’s recent unrest hasn’t changed a U.S. mini-tour’s plans to host two events in the region. In light of massive political protests in Egypt and Tunisia, the eGolf Professional Tour still plans to visit Morocco for the Samanah Classic on March 6-9 in Marrakech and the El Jadida Classic on March 12-15 in El Jadida.
The Nationwide Tour’s 22nd season begins Thursday with the Panama Claro Championship at Panama Golf Club in Panama City.
Tim Clark has withdrawn from the Match Play Championship because of an elbow injury and been replaced in the 64-man field by J.B. Holmes.
Alabama made it a clean sweep in Puerto Rico.
Just as well the Walker Cup is not played on paper.
Five reasons why Yani Tseng is No. 1, according to her swing coach Gary Gilchrist.
Betty Hicks, a former U.S. Women’s Amateur champion and LPGA player, died Sunday. She was 90.