News for Monday, November 30, 2009
with news that Ohio State's Allie White won't be returning to college golf in the spring.
Allie White is expanding her horizons, and next spring, that won’t include college golf.
When it comes to dealing with a personal crisis, Tiger Woods could learn a lot from David Letterman, media experts say.
Hit on Tiger’s marketability?
Tiger Woods’ play on the course – and his previously spotless record off it – made him a model pitchman. But post-accident, will his marketability suffer? Ad Age addresses the question for Golfweek.com.
Some headlines from around the world on Tiger Woods and his car accident outside his Florida home.
Previewing new golf bags
More than ever, golf bags are the beneficiary of new materials and designs. The biggest battle in the bag arena is among lightweight stand bags. James Achenbach explains.
Woods to skip Chevron event
Citing injuries from his SUV accident, Tiger Woods announced Monday on his Web site that he will skip the Chevron World Challenge.
says David Duval is one of several big names teeing it up at Q-School this week.
We got quite a treat the last time the Q-School finals visited Bear Lakes Country Club in West Palm Beach, Fla. This year shouldn’t be any different.
Alexis Thompson, of Coral Springs, Fla., won the AJGA’s Polo Golf Junior Classic, played at PGA National’s Champion Course in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Oliver Schniederjans, of Powder Springs, Ga., won the AJGA’s Polo Golf Junior Classic, played at PGA National’s Champion Course in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Brothers Edoardo and Francesco Molinari are a duo to keep an eye on. And we aren’t talking about their golf games – this is about Italian style.
The PGA Tour announced Nov. 30 the title sponsorship renewal of the John Deere Classic through 2016, as well as a two-year extension of its official marketing agreement with the company.
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reports that one high-profile player has WD’d from the Chevron World Challenge. And no, it’s not Tiger.
This week’s Chevron World Challenge has lost a high profile entrant thanks to an injury – and no, it’s not Tiger Woods. At least not yet.
No. 15, Mission Hills
Bradley S. Klein, Golfweek’s architecture editor, offers his opinion on one great hole.
TPC San Antonio
Greg Norman connects at TPC San Antonio’s AT&T Oaks Course with a test fit for Tour and resort players. Bradley S. Klein explains why the course deserves a spot among the top 100 resort courses.
Tiger Woods SUV accident
What really happened early Friday morning? The court of public opinion wants answers from Tiger Woods. But asking for privacy and solitude reinforces a standard he set down a long time ago.
Top fall women’s stories
Looking for a good way to work off all those Thanksgiving goodies? Here’s one: Take a trip through the Top 10 stories of the women’s fall season – with your host, Julie Williams.
With the final Junior Fantasy event in the books, Eric Soderstrom is firmly seated at the top.
says don’t expect Tiger Woods to elaborate any further on what caused his SUV accident.
Will Woods go into more detail on what happened in his early-morning Friday accident? Considering how guarded he always has been involving life inside those Isleworth gates, don’t count on it.