News for Thursday, August 6, 2009
While looking over the entry list for this year’s Western Amateur at Conway Farms Golf Club, one name jumped out at me – Scott Rowe.
Nathan Smith received a very special birthday gift – and it came from himself.
Implementation of the U.S. Golf Association’s new grooves rule doesn’t appear to be so simple.
Jennifer Song is trying to become only the second player in USGA history to win both the U.S. Women’s Amateur and the WAPL in the same year.
Jennifer Song is becoming a USGA giant.
Candance Schepperle was penalized for slow play.
The day’s most compelling story fell short in the drama department.
It’s an exhausted old adage, but nothing really describes match play better than “expect the unexpected.”
Stacey Keating had a good week in Orlando recently.
Major props to Mallory Fraiche.
There’s a familiar hat at the U.S. Women’s Amateur that, over the years, has become a beacon of good golf. These hats feature one word: Korea.
The chasm that once separated junior golfers from elite amateurs is rapidly narrowing.
Mickelson's changes too much for USGA
explains that the problems with the USGA's groove change have already begun.
Ash Davis queries a group of PGA Tour players on their wardrobe...