News for Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Alan Bratton will get the chance to return the Oklahoma State men’s program to the upper echelon of college golf. Bratton will be named head men’s coach for the Cowboys as early as today, according to sources with knowledge of the decision.
A look at this week's tee times at the AT&T National, including an all-Aussie trio and Rickie Fowler's early Thursday tee time.
With four players within two strokes of the lead, it promises to be a wild finish at the 46th PGA Professional National Championship.
Local favorite and NCAA champ Annie Park and USC teammate Doris Chen will try to remember their collegiate successes as they take on Sebonack at the U.S. Women's Open.
Defending U.S. Women's Open champion Na Yeon Choi says she will carry herself with good posture and confidence at Sebonack, taking the small signs of progress all season into this week's major championship.
While the Wednesday finish of the NCAA Championship is being met with little resistance, it’s how the final 18 holes to determine the individual champ will fit into the week’s schedule that is creating concerns among some college coaches.
Ariya Jutanugarn never even made it to New York. Two days before the start of the U.S. Women’s Open, the 17-year-old remains on the West Coast with a sore shoulder, unable to make her first Women’s Open start as a professional.
Stacy Lewis still drives the same Lexus IS that she bought after a third in the 2008 U.S. Women's Open. Five years and plenty of success later, Lewis hasn't changed her economical ways.
77-year-old Hall of Famer Gary Player will pose nude in the July 12 issue of ESPN The Magazine’s 'Body Issue.'
In an instance of history repeating itself, Casey Martin finds himself at odds with a major golf organization over the use of a golf cart.
Casey Martin, the men’s coach at Oregon who was born with a debilitating condition in his right leg that makes walking difficult, was denied the use of a cart Monday while recruiting at a U.S. Junior Amateur qualifier in California.
Frank Stranahan, a winner of 51 amateur titles and six PGA Tour events, died on Monday in Florida at the age of 90.