News for Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Top-seeded Stephanie Kono is still alive after the first round of match play in the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links. In one of the more commanding matches of the day, Kono took down Emily Powers, 4 and 3.
There are smiles at every turn of the head here at TPC River Highlands.
J.J. Henry sure knows how to give the home folks something more than a donut with their morning coffee.
Even in these rough stretches when his play is ragged and Brad Faxon struggles to keep positive thoughts going, he’s thrilled to be part of the PGA Tour.
Hey, the man just won a U.S. Open in ankle-high mud.
Raise your hand if you’ve heard of the following players: Tania Elosegui, Martina Eberl, Melissa Reid.
The PGA Tour is broadcast to more than 230 countries in 35 languages with a maximum reach of just under 600 million homes. For the moment, it has gone dark in Britain.
Sean O'Hair's third child had good timing, waiting until the day after the U.S. Open to be born.
Nathan Smith, the 2003 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion, gave his opening round at the 48th Northeast Amateur a big boost Wednesday when he made an eagle-2 at the 372-yard, par-4 fifth hole at Wannamoisett Country Club.
The par-4 second hole at Wannamoisett Country Club has long been considered one of the toughest – if not the toughest – holes on the course.
Point Loma Nazarene senior Sam Cyr fired a final-round 71 to finish as the only player under par and lock up his second consecutive individual title at the NAIA Men’s National Championships at TPC at Deere Run.
David Holmes grew up in Knoxville, Tenn., playing at Holston Hills Country Club, a course designed by Donald Ross.