News for Monday, January 28, 2013


News 2013 January 28


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ASU, TCU tied for lead at Arizona Intercollegiate

Arizona State came charging out in the afternoon to catch TCU and share the lead when play was stopped due to darkness Monday in the Arizona Intercollegiate at the Golf Club at Vistoso.

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Tiger didn't run away at Torrey Pines; he held on

As expected, Tiger Woods won at Torrey Pines on Monday, but it wasn't a runaway victory as it looked to be early Monday.

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How it happened: Woods wins 7th Farmers title

Woods fired an even-par 72 to clear the field by four shots on Monday at the Farmers Insurance Open, his seventh career victory in the event and eighth win at Torrey Pines. See how it all unfolded on Monday afternoon.

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Winner’s Circle: Jan. 21-28, 2013

See what the winners had in their bags this week.

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Player Diary: Ashlan Ramsey (Part 3)

2012 Rolex Junior All-America Ashlan Ramsey joins the staff as a player blogger for the 2013 junior golf season.

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Cal looking to finish off perfect season

From raising money to winning events, the top-ranked Golden Bears operate the way longtime coach Steve Desimone built the program: efficiently.

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Men's spring preview: Mountain West

New Mexico will be the team to beat when the nine conference teams gather together to determine the 2013 conference champion the first week in May at the Omni Tucson (Ariz.) National Resort.

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Morrow steps down during 15th season at Kent State

After 15 years as head coach of the Kent State women’s golf team, Mike Morrow has announced his retirement. Morrow became the program’s first head coach in 1997, and has led the Golden Flashes to the Mid-American Conference championship title for the past 14 years.

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Q&A: Dick Rugge, outgoing USGA technical director

sits downs with Dick Rugge, outgoing USGA technical director, to discuss his nearly 13-year tenure at the association.

Dick Rugge is calling it quits this week as the USGA's senior technical director. He was an executive at TaylorMade when the USGA hired him to oversee golf equipment testing procedures, and led a team of 18 full-time employees.