News for Thursday, May 14, 2009
Annika Sorenstam is having a girl, the retired former LPGA star made the announcement Thursday.
Campbell is heading back to the Big South Conference, the university announced Thursday.
The five top seeds at the NCAA Men’s Southwest Regional were all within the top 5 at the end of first-round play.
Lorena Ochoa is going to have to stage one of the biggest comebacks of her career to win a fourth consecutive Sybase Classic.
As Georgia senior Adam Mitchell approached RedTail Golf Club’s 18th hole, one of his teammates yelled, “Hurry up, Mitch, and tap it in.”
It was hardly a surprise that Oklahoma State was leading the 13-team field Thursday after the opening round of the NCAA South Central Regional Championship.
Arizona State golf fans could possibly compare this season to riding a roller coaster for the first time: You just don’t know what’s coming next.
Paul Goydos made eight birdies before his final drive sailed into a fairway bunker, blemishing what was almost an unmatched start at the Texas Open.
The cloud over Sunshine State’s women’s teams.
Top-seeded Clemson struggled to 26-over 310 Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Northeast Regional.
Asia’s top golf tour has canceled its season-ending tournament in Thailand after Volvo pulled its sponsorship.