News for Sunday, September 25, 2005
If the United States ever resumes winning Ryder Cup Matches with any consistency, Americans can thank Nigel Edwards.
18-year-old Brian Harman justified his selection by being the only player to charge through the Walker Cup without a loss.
Fisher, Saltman and Davies might not have been familiar names to the U.S. Walker Cup before the competition, but they undoubtedly were after posting seven points for Great Britain & Ireland.
A wild afternoon at Chicago Golf Club finally ended with a 121⁄2-111⁄2 U.S. victory over Great Britain & Ireland, that had won the last three Walker Cups and four of the last five.
Steve Schneiter’s twisting eagle putt at No. 18 lifted the assistant pro 12 spots up the leaderboard and may have raised the status of club pros in an event that seems to be passing them by.
Phil Mickelson, a Callaway staff player, carried 12 Callaway clubs and used the Callaway HX Tour 56 ball. But there is much more to the story of Mickelson’s clubs.
The PGA Championship leaderboard indicated a clean bill of health for Steve Elkington.
Davis Love III was waiting for another rainbow. Instead, he got lightning, rain and another near miss at a major championship.
Considering how things turned out for Bjorn at his last major, his tie for second at Baltusrol is almost as good as a victory.
Phil Mickelson won the PGA Championship at Baltusrol for several reasons.
Mickelson answers plenty with 2nd major victory.
U.S. captain Nancy Lopez believes this will be the team that gets the Solheim Cup back.
The Canon Cup, an American Junior Golf Association team event bringing together the top 40 juniors in the nation, was not close heading into the final round.
Golf courses throughout the mid-Atlantic and Midwest are feeling the effects of sustained withering heat and humidity.
Jack Nicklaus went with experience and Gary Player relied on his “gut feelings” to determine their captain’s picks for this year’s Presidents Cup.