News for Monday, July 20, 2009
fter serving as head women’s coach at Eastern Washington for 11 years, Marc Hughes has a new role.
with a few startling stats about Tiger's return to the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index.
Grillo, of Argentina, shot 3-under 285 (71, 79, 67, 68) at Torrey Pines Golf Course (South) in La Jolla, Calif., to win the Junior World Golf Championships by four.
Welcome to the Monday Scramble, the Champion Column of the Year... or more likely Millisecond.
Rickie Fowler has announced he will play as a professional at the Nationwide Tour’s Soboba Classic Oct. 1-4.
The majority of the U.S. Walker Cup team will be selected in a few weeks. Golfweek’s amateur experts have chimed in to let you know who they think would make the team if it were selected today.
Construction work on the Montgomerie Links has been completed and the course is scheduled for an informal opening on Aug. 17.
The Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa has opened a rooftop deck that provides panoramic views of the Old Course and the town’s other links.
See what this week's winners had in their bags.
Just watched Donald Trump do a drive-by in his black Rolls-Royce at the U.S. Juniors.
If you want Maria Jose Uribe to carry your bag, don’t expect much help on the greens. Uribe, the 2007 U.S. Women’s Amateur champion, is “really bad at reading breaks.”
Mizuno USA and Bettinardi Golf announced their partnership will not be extended beyond 2009.
The U.S. Junior and U.S. Girls' Junior present some difficulties in picking a champion since they're like two events in one.
Rickie Fowler has announced he will play as a professional at the Nationwide Tour’s Soboba Classic Oct. 1-4. It is the first event Fowler has said he will play as a pro.
Greg Norman has signed with CAA Sports, a division of Los Angeles-based Creative Artists Agency (CAA).
Hit a few loose shots or three-putt the first green at Nullarbor Links and you’ll have plenty of time to think about your errant ways before teeing off at the second.
It quickly becomes evident upon arriving here that Kohler is a company town, with none of the negative imagery typically conjured by that phrase.
Despite a handful of big names nipping at her heels, Erynne Lee proved she deserved her spot on the leaderboard by jumping out to a two-shot lead Monday after the first round of stroke-play qualifying at the U.S. Girls’ Junior.
Juan Luna posted a bogey-free 6-under 66 Monday to lead the first round of stroke-play qualifying at the U.S. Junior Amateur at the New Course at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.
It’s taken me several years of contemplation, but I’ve finally hit upon the best way for American television viewers to enjoy the British Open broadcast. Fly to Scotland and watch the tournament on the BBC. Sure, it will be more expensive than sitting at home, but it will be far less aggravating than trying to watch the tournament on American television.
Isabelle Lendl can smile about it now. She’s beginning to rise out of a two-year slump that left her battered and bruised.