News for Thursday, May 21, 2009
Hee Young Park knows first-hand that practice isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.
Central Florida’s Stephanie Connelly got a Harley-Davidson as a graduation present. Now she has a chance to ride home with an NCAA title, only 40 miles from her hometown.
The Thunderbird Invitational will feature one of the strongest fields of the year, and Jeffrey Kang is well aware of that. However, at No. 10 in Golfweek’s rankings, Kang is no slouch and could come from behind to make a run at Grayhawk Golf Club.
It’s that time of the year, when all the off-course talk is for the most part centered around the coaching changes about to take place.
Jamie Lovemark will not return to USC in the fall for his senior season and intends to turn professional, USC head coach Chris Zambri told Golfweek Thursday.
Central Florida’s Stephanie Connelly got a Harley-Davidson as a graduation present. Now she has a chance to ride home with an NCAA title, only 40 miles from her hometown. Connelly is in fifth place with one round remaining at Caves Valley.
The top three teams in Golfweek’s college rankings are in the top 3 entering the final round of the NCAA Women’s Championship. Jennifer Song, along with her Trojans, lead the field heading into Friday. But can they topple ASU and UCLA?
Fun-loving PGA Tour rookie James Nitties can get serious, too.
Callaway Golf announced May 21 that “less than 1 percent” of its Tour i golf balls have exceeded the 1.620-ounce weight limitation that is imposed on all golf balls. A heavier ball has the potential to fly and roll farther.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. – If you’re thirsty for a root beer this evening at Caves Valley, put it on Courtney Harter’s tab.