News for Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Subscribe

Stories

Tease photo

Fantasy Aces: John Deere Classic

Babineau: Kenny Perry - Why? Because to Kenny, this one is every bit as big as the British Open.

Olazabal misses at Open qualifying

Jose Maria Olazabal’s only remaining chance of qualifying for the British Open is by securing one of the exempt spots available through the Scottish Open later this week.

Tease photo

Fans pack AT&T despite lack of top talent

Key LPGA players have spoken: It’s time for commissioner Carolyn Bivens to go.Tiger Woods is 33 and already has more PGA Tour victories than Arnold Palmer. One of these days, he might have the kind of influence on players that the King can wield with a mere glint in his eye.

Caponi-Byrnes recalls ’69 Open victory

Florida’s one and only U.S. Women’s Open was played on a steamy summer week at Scenic Hills in Pensacola, Fla. Donna Caponi-Byrnes remembers the historic moment 40 years later.

The most entertaining sight from the Open

Most entertaining site so for on Tuesday at the U.S. Women’s Open . . . Arizona State coach Melissa Luellen wearing a USGA caddie bib and a ear-to-ear smile while lugging recent Sun Devils grad Azahara Munoz’s large staff bag to the first tee.

Gulugian gets ready for Open debut

For Ani Gulugian, the third time is a charm.

Quiet before the Open

All is quiet on the Eastern front. Like, seriously quiet.

Creamer throws first pitch

Paula Creamer threw out the first pitch at the Philadelphia Phillies game last night.

Juniors in spotlight as Open nears

Pays to be a junior at the U.S. Women’s Open. Well, at least in the eyes of the local media.

Bivens talk dies down at Open

In the wake of Golfweek’s report that LPGA players are asking for commissioner Carolyn Bivens’ resignation, Cristie Kerr led her Tuesday afternoon press conference with a prepared statement.

Tease photo

Pettersen: Bivens should go

Suzann Pettersen didn’t skirt the question. Yes, she signed the letter that called for LPGA commissioner Carolyn Bivens’ resignation, and now she’s ready to focus on the biggest event of the year: this week’s U.S. Women’s Open.

Luellen loops for Munoz

Most entertaining site so for on Tuesday at the U.S. Women’s Open . . . Arizona State coach Melissa Luellen wearing a USGA caddie bib and a ear-to-ear smile while lugging recent Sun Devils grad Azahara Munoz’s large staff bag to the first tee.

Stanford mum on Bivens

Angela Stanford tip-toed around the issue of Carolyn Bivens’ resignation Tuesday at the U.S. Women’s Open.

Notes: 2015 Open may play as a par 70 and a par 71

The U.S. Open typically plays as a par 70, which requires converting a couple of par 5s into par 4s.

Teens make front page news at U.S. Women's Open

Pays to be a junior at the U.S. Women’s Open. Well, at least in the eyes of the local media.

Tease photo

Looks of the week!

Looks of the week!

Tease photo

2009 Golfweek’s Best Courses of the Caribbean & Mexico

Cap Cana (Punta Espada) and Mid Ocean Club top the 2009 Golfweek’s Best Courses of the Caribbean & Mexico

Tease photo

2009 Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play

State-by-State 2009 Public-access courses

Tease photo

2009 Golfweek’s Best Resort Courses

Pacific Dunes and Pebble Beach Golf Links top the 2009 Golfweek's Best Resort Courses

Tease photo

2009 Golfweek’s Best Residential Courses

Wade Hampton Club and Castle Pines Golf Club top the 2009 Golfweek's Best Residential Courses

Tease photo

Guest column: Bill Love

There's an interesting relationship between course ratings such as Golfweek's and the long-term health of the game.

  • PGA
  • CHMP
  • WEB
[[PGAtourn]] Full Leaderboard >
Prev
  • [[player._CurPos]]
  • [[player._Lname]], [[player._Fname]]
  • [[player._TournParRel]]
  • [[player._Thru]]
Next
[[CHMPtourn]] Full Leaderboard >
Prev
  • [[player._CurPos]]
  • [[player._Lname]], [[player._Fname]]
  • [[player._TournParRel]]
  • [[player._Thru]]
Next
[[NWIDtourn]] Full Leaderboard >
Prev
  • [[player._CurPos]]
  • [[player._Lname]], [[player._Fname]]
  • [[player._TournParRel]]
  • [[player._Thru]]
Next