News for Monday, August 29, 2005
The 58th Azalea Invitational at the Country Club of Charleston turned into a showdown between two California youngsters and the weatherman.
Ryan Moore will be back at Augusta National Golf Club to give the Masters another whirl before turning professional sometime this summer.
Amateurs have produced memorable finishes.
Ben Crenshaw, the man who always has been a brilliant putter ranks 22nd in putting, and is 44th in driving accuracy.
Golf’s spring training tune-up season has ended, and the major season – Tiger Season – is upon us.
Recent alterations to the par 5s have achieved preservation of the original strategy of the holes while adjusting to new conditions of championship play.
Phil Mickelson is even better equipped to succeed at the Masters than he was when he won a year ago.
Wake Forest currently is No. 9 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings, and at one point rose as high as No. 5.
Hietala plays out of the Le Triomphe Country Club and made it pay off with a one-stroke victory over Sean O’Hair March 27 at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open.
Wiratchant finished at 25 under and became the second Thai player to win on the PGA European Tour.
Sorenstam doesn’t receive the recognition she deserves for her consistent domination of the LPGA tour.
Focused and content, Sorenstam wins Nabisco by 8 to climb farther from LPGA pack.
Mark Hensby caught a good deal of grief when he failed to finish the first round of the Bay Hill Invitational March 18.
Even with back problems, Mark Calcavecchia made the cut at The Players Championship.
Fellow professional Fred Funk playfully exclaimed, “Steve Jones? Where did he come from?”
Funky weather works for Players’ champion.
The decision to restart the second round of the Players Championship Saturday morning did not satisfy everyone.
Colin Montgomerie insists his game is worthy of a Masters invitation.
The PGA Tour’s two biggest tournaments might be on the move in 2007.
After eight years as South Florida’s premier mini-tour, the Golden Bear Tour folded its operations into the first-year Beach Series.