News for Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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Pepperdine conquers variables to defend at Red Sky

Laurie Gibbs has become somewhat famous for the amount of ink she expends on her players’ yardage books. But Gibbs, after 20 years at the helm of Pepperdine women’s golf team, knows golf is a game of variables.

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Port, Cohn advance to USGA Senior Women's final

Defending champion Ellen Port is one step closer to a second consecutive USGA Senior Women’s Amateur Championship title.

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Weather pushes Senior Am semis, finals to Thursday

The USGA Senior Amateur Championship was only able to complete the quarterfinals due to poor weather in Cashiers, N.C., with stroke-play medalist Chip Lutz among those advancing to the semifinals.

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Limited Edition Exotics CB Pro fairway woods

The limited edition Exotics CB Pro fairway wood from Tour Edge features a "Slip Stream" design that you've never seen before: Wavy steel ribbons cover the sole.

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Rude: International uprising needed at Prez Cup

The Presidents Cup should be more of a barnburner than a barnstormer. An International uprising next week would help.

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AJGA's 2013 pace-of-play time: 4 hours, 17 minutes

The AJGA announced Wednesday morning that it achieved an average pace of play of 4 hours, 17 minutes for the 2013 season.

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Mizuno MP-54 irons

Mizuno's new MP-54 irons balance a classic forged look and modern design, including a milled pocket cavity for better trajectory control.

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Golf swing through Alabama ends with a weekend dose of iron

From FarmLinks to The Ridge to Alabama football, our Martin Kaufmann takes you on a trip through Alabama.

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Long-drive legends: Mobley walks the talk as champ for the ages

David Mobley, 48, also is one of a few long drivers able to make this claim: He supports himself entirely through long driving.

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Women's Midweek Report: UCLA, Lee take Mason

Welcome to Golfweek’s Women’s Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest women’s college news and give you a quick glance at what to look ahead to this weekend.

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Moberly (No. 41, 2015) commits to Mississippi State

Elsa Moberly has given a verbal commitment to Mississippi State for the fall of 2015. The 16-year-old from Science Hill, Ky., is 41st in Golfweek’s junior rankings for the Class of 2015.

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Men's Midweek Report: Georgia's big week

Welcome to Golfweek’s Men's Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest men's college news.

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Georgia ends run as host of Web.com's Stadion Classic

The University of Georgia announced on Tuesday that it was ending its run as host of the Web.com Tour’s Stadion Classic at UGA, citing the lack of sponsorships to cover the rising costs for the event. The relationship lasted four years.

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Euro Tour extends deal with Golf Channel

Golf Channel locked in a cornerstone of its morning programming for the next decade with an extension of its agreement to broadcast all European Tour tournaments through 2024.

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Player Diary: California's Joel Stalter (Part 2)

Second-team All American Joel Staler will blog for Golfweek during the 2013-14 season and take you behind the scenes at college golf tournaments, on and off the course.

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Watson applies singular focus to regaining Ryder Cup

On this side of the pond, it's known as “bottle.” On the western side of the Atlantic, it's called "heart." That’s what Tom Watson wants to see when he brings his U.S. Ryder Cup team back to Gleneagles next year in a bid to capture the elusive Ryder Cup.