News for Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Class of 2010 NLI’s
The NCAA's Early Signing Period for 2010 graduates concluded Nov. 18. See who’s headed where.
Natalie Gulbis withdrew from the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship due to illness. She was replaced in the field by Audra Burks, No. 155 on the money list.
Two companies collide to create a unique offering for fashionable ladies on the fairways...
explains how luck helped Brendan Woolley become Michelle Wie’s caddie.
So who is the lucky caddie who can claim he walked Michelle Wie into the winner’s circle? Brendan Woolley. Or caddie No. 857.
reports that Tiger Woods will be inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday.
The last golfer to be inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame was Tom Watson, who played for the Cardinal from 1969 to ’71.
Walter Genuin is a line that you will feel comfortable going from the course to a nice dinner...
Classic Polo Jr. matches
Another Polo Golf Junior Classic, a Turkey Week tradition like no other in junior golf, starts Monday in South Florida. Golfweek remembers the best five matches from the last five years.
2010 LPGA schedule
The LPGA released its 2010 schedule Wednesday. Beth Ann Baldry explains what commissioner Michael Whan still needs to get done.
Bethpage State Park’s Black Course, home to U.S. Opens in 2002 and ’09, is getting a new 15th green. It’s also getting a new head superintendent.
Golf fit Abie Gordon like his dress blues. The game’s orderliness appealed to him. Do this here; don’t do that there.
can’t believe the lush accommodations for media at the Dubai World Championship.
The scribes and the sherpas are getting a lot of respect this week. More than we’ve gotten all season.
Two-time British Open champion Greg Norman predicts that the prize money in golf will continue to decrease because of the recession.
2010 LPGA schedule
The 2010 LPGA schedule – which features 24 tournaments, including 11 outside of the United States – has a smaller number events than usual. But, as Gene Yasuda writes, it could have been a lot worse.
Q-School – Second Stage
Keegan Bradley has plenty of support as he enters second stage of PGA Tour Q-School this week. As Jim McCabe explains, he thrives from it.
At least the plot line and characters are in place. Hopefully that will make the denouement to the European Tour season a good story.