News for Thursday, October 22, 2009
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Brandishing a hot putter on a warm afternoon, Australian Nick O’Hern cruised to a career-low 63 and the first-round lead in the Frys.com Open on Thursday.
Defending champion Sergio Garcia was leading the Castello Masters after an 8-under 63 on Thursday, when wind interrupted play and half the field failed to complete the first round.
Erin Hills sold
Erin Hills, the Milwaukee-area course that opened to acclaim in 2006 and will be the site of the 2011 U.S. Amateur Championship, is being sold and will allow only walkers.
Sim leads Nationwide finale
Michael Sim ran off eight consecutive birdies Thursday en route to a 8-under 64 to lead the Nationwide Tour Championship by three shots.
John Cook has been playing Oak Hills for parts of the last three decades, rarely with this much at stake.
David Flowers knew his right leg was gone as soon as he stepped on the mine.
The stage is set for the 2011 NCAA Division I women’s regional and national championships.
reports about the Tour’s latest effort to go global: a six-year deal with India’s top TV sports network.
Targeting a growing fan base in India, the PGA Tour announced a six-year extension for its tournament broadcast rights with NEO Sports.
Masters champion Angel Cabrera has been disqualified from the Castello Masters because his flight was delayed from Bermuda and he missed his tee time.
Gribble, Texas on roll
Freshman Cody Gribble has vaulted Texas into one of the best teams in the nation. As Sean Martin writes, Gribble has been worth the wait.
explains how Rickie Fowler’s caddie uses looping as a link to his golf apparel company.
Golf apparel is now cool to wear on or off the course and is building such a following that most companies are changing their brand and image to lifestyle collections.
With the Open Championship at St. Andrews next year, one of the best golfing venues is on the shelf. So where do you go? There are many options, but one I experienced after this year’s Open was Machrihanish Dunes.
chats with Georgia State coach Cathy Mant about her team’s recent victory and new approach to postseason play.
This week on Blog U, I spoke with Georgia State head women’s coach Cathy Mant. After struggling to begin the fall season, the Panthers won the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate on Oct. 20.
Japanese teenager Ryo Ishikawa will participate in next month’s HSBC Champions tournament in a field that includes Tiger Woods.