News for Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Alexis Thompson chipped in for eagle on No. 18 to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Junior PGA Championship Tuesday afternoon at TPC River’s Bend.
Continuing its decade of dominance Tuesday, the West AJGA Canon Cup team took an 11 1/2-3 1/2 lead after the first day of competition at Forest Highlands Golf Club.
Phil Mickelson will return to the PGA Tour at the Bridgestone Invitational next week, his first tournament since he tied for second at the U.
Babineau: Tiger Woods - When it starts to get late in the game, you signal for your closer. As we’ve learned so many times, this guy doesn’t just show up at events for giggles. He’s there for the hardware.
Barring any scheduling surprises, Tiger Woods is about to try something new.
Bud Cauley finished at 10-under 134 to earn medalist honors at the U.S. Amateur qualifier at Rio Pinar Country Club.
Former Clemson player Sam Saunders will be turning pro after the summer, but he still has some amateur obligations.
One PGA Tour progeny that gets less attention is Gunner Wiebe, who plays for the University of San Diego.
As one American icon exits the PGA Tour, another prepares to take its place.
Carolyn Bivens had good intentions. The LPGA’s first female commissioner intended to show the world a woman’s worth with bigger purses, a solid health-care plan and a respectable pension program.
tells where Central Florida's Blayne Barber will be playing golf next year.
Nike Golf has added former University of Southern California (USC) star Jamie Lovemark to its Tour staff. Lovemark committed to a multi-year agreement that calls for him to use the company’s full line of equipment, apparel and footwear.
Soggy weather across the pond...
Two years ago a Japanese reporter gave me a newspaper that featured an up-close picture of Ai Miyazato on its front page. Everything in the Sports Nippon was written in Japanese, but no translation was necessary.