News for Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Led by Marc-Etienne Bussieres, South Alabama hung on Tuesday to win the Memphis Intercollegiate.
explains how a mature Oregon State men’s squad has become one of the nation’s best this fall.
One thing certainly has not changed this year: The Pac-10 again appears to be the strongest conference in college golf.
reports several top candidates interviewing for the LPGA commissioner’s job have dropped out.
With the LPGA’s self-imposed deadline to select its next commissioner fast approaching, the tour’s short list is getting shorter. Several of the LPGA’s top candidates have dropped out of the race.
Lucas Glover shot a course record Tuesday to dominate the first round of the PGA Grand Slam.
reports that the PGA Show is reinventing itself, and the new look is winning back exhibitors.
Titleist announced it will make its second consecutive appearance at the PGA Merchandise Show in 2010.
The awards are starting to pile up for Tiger Woods again.
Nothing has come easily to Tadd Fujikawa.
Is this the week Tim Clark wins his first PGA Tour event? What about Rickie Fowler? Our Fantasy Aces place their bets.
Georgia St. wins Lady Pirate
Georgia State set a school scoring record Tuesday en route to winning the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate for the second consecutive year.
The Golf Channel broadcast crew blew it on Sunday, saying Martin Laird, who had bounced an iron shot over the 17th green during a playoff at the Justin Timberlake event, would get a free drop under R&A rules because a sprinkler head on the fringe of the green was in his line.
Michael Jordan Q&A
Michael Jordan was a big part of Team USA’s victory at the Presidents Cup. Alex Miceli sat down with MJ at Harding Park.