News for Monday, August 10, 2009

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Anderson wins S.C. Am

While most of the country’s top amateurs were at the Western Amateur last week, Mark Anderson was in South Carolina.

Hoffmann to serve as caddie

How’d you like to have a U.S. Walker Cup team member on your bag?

Winner’s Circle: Aug. 3-9, 2009

See what this week's winners had in the bag.

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Player of the Week: Szu-Han Chen

Chen, of Beaumont, Calif., shot 2-under 214 (71-75-68) at Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont to win the AJGA Tee Up Junior Challenge by four.

Lincicome fires caddie

Brittany Lincicome fired her caddie, the same one who jumped with her into Champions Lake at the Kraft Nabisco, after the British Open.

More cow bell

Time to break the cow bell out of retirement for Keegan Bradley, nephew of World Golf Hall of Fame member Pat Bradley.

Asian Tour picks IMG for media agent

The Asian Tour has signed a three-year agreement with IMG making the sports marketing firm its exclusive media agent.

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Commentary: Walker hopefuls play the waiting game

Drew Weaver had difficulty sleeping and eating while he waited to learn his Walker Cup fate.

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Golfweek's Best Deals: Montana

Maybe it’s the August heat, and maybe it’s the reality that even if you do have time to escape to the beach, it’s still pretty hot there. And that got us to thinking: Where can you go to beat the heat and score some affordable golf?

Break out the cowbell for this week’s Hooter’s tour winner

explains the history behind the Bradley family cowbell.

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Player of the Week: Conner Pratt

Pratt, of Birmingham, Ala., shot 13-under 200 (70-62-68) at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tenn., to win the AJGA Southeast Junior Open by 10.

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Looks of the week!

Looks of the week!

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Eight picked for U.S. Walker Cup team

The U.S. Golf Association announced Sunday eight players who will represent the United States at the Walker Cup.

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Hey, Hazeltine: Woods wins seventh Bridgestone Invitational

Two down, one to go. A week after winning the Buick Open, Tiger Woods closed with a 65 Sunday to win the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Next stop: Hazeltine and the PGA Championship.