News for Saturday, December 5, 2009
with the result of a Torrey Pines playoff that pitted Gunner Wiebe against his coach, Tim Mickelson.
The playoff between Gunner Wiebe and Tim Mickelson for a spot in next year’s PGA Tour stop in San Diego didn’t disappoint. Wiebe, the son of two-time PGA Tour winner Mark Wiebe, holed a 7-foot birdie putt on No. 18 to beat his college coach, 73-74.
Retief Goosen extended his lead at the Nedbank Challenge on Saturday, shooting a 5-under 67 in the third round to sit two shots clear of Robert Allenby and Angel Cabrera.
Graeme McDowell is known at the Chevron World Challenge as the guy who replaced tournament host Tiger Woods in the field. Now he has a chance to win the whole thing.
Matt Jones will be one of the lucky ones Sunday. He was one of just five players who finished his fourth round of Q-School Saturday. He’ll be able to sleep in while other players are finishing up at Bear Lakes.
Tiger Woods’ caddie said Saturday he supports his boss while the world’s No. 1 golfer copes with allegations of extramarital affairs.
tells the tale of an unfortunate quadruple bogey by Jeff Brehaut at PGA Tour Q-School.
It’s never too early for the Q-School horror stories to start. We’re only midway through the fourth of six rounds, but Jeff Brehaut has fallen prey to the beast.
Day 4: PGA Tour Q-School
As Josh Broadaway plays his way through PGA Tour Q-School, Sean Martin can’t help but be reminded of another Southerner to find success at Bear Lakes: Boo Weekley.
When will Woods come back?
It’s been more than a week since Tiger Woods made headlines by crashing his SUV. As details continue to unfold, the question remains: When will Tiger return to the game?
An elderly man collapsed Thursday at the Chevron World Challenge and was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital, the Los Angeles Daily News reported, citing the California Highway Patrol.
reports that the LPGA will do whatever it takes to get in 90 holes at rainy Q-school.
It’s another day of thumb-twiddling for LPGA hopefuls. Officials canceled play at LPGA Q-School on Dec. 5 after heavy rainfall left tee boxes and fairways soaked at LPGA International.
Adam Scott shot a 5-under 67 to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the Australian Open on Saturday.