News for Sunday, August 6, 2006
A lack of knowledge about golf rules can be embarrassing. Worse yet, it can cost a player valuable strokes on the course.
At this point, you might be asking yourself: Who is Warren Mapé? But you almost certainly already know his face, if not his name.
For Baylor coach Sylvia Ferdon, the final round of last month’s Central District Invitational was nothing short of a battlefield of the mind.
Simon Dyson felt right at home at the HSBC Indonesia Open last week.
Next year, the tournament formerly known as the Ford Championship at Doral becomes a World Golf Championships extravaganza.
Langley and Cypress Point: Spiritual man at a soulful place
Cart paths and drama are no problem for innovative Jim Engh
East-West flop atop Classic Course list
The Western Open may not be the only “playoff” event in the FedEx Cup race to rotate venues year to year.
It won’t be the Masters or PGA Tour that is first to introduce its own golf ball for competition.
With a golfer standing inside the upright hoop, the basic idea is that the circle can help guide the club along the proper swing path, or plane.
Changes in consumer behavior have clubs seeking creative ways to remain relevant, survive the purge
The New Mexico women’s team does not resemble the one that strolled the fairways this past fall.
I looked up Ohio in my golf dictionary, and here’s what it said: “Home of Jack Nicklaus; home of golfers who thumb their noses at the U.S. Golf Association.”
The 56-year-old Texan snapped a two-year drought with a five-shot victory March 12 over Gil Morgan at the AT&T Classic.
Golf was first played in this former British colony in 1891, but 115 years passed before Singapore could claim a champion on the PGA European Tour.
Natalie Gulbis had just shot a 6-under-par 66 to pull within a shot of the lead, but she knew her first LPGA victory wouldn’t come on this day.
A day before Luke Donald won the Honda Classic in style, it was still unclear as to whether people had been paying enough attention to the 28-year-old Englishman.
Over the course of 21⁄2 whirlwind seasons, Charles Howell III made the game look so easy.
The new generation of strong, fearless players are adding punch to the PGA Tour
The Champions Tour is all about comebacks, so here’s one: Carts will be back in 2006.