News for Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Lance Ringler takes a closer look at the teams competing in the Ping/Golfweek Invitational, which starts Sunday at Gold Mountain GC in Bremerton, Wash.
Denver wins at Ron Moore
Denver won its sixth consecutive Ron Moore Intercollegiate on Wednesday, as senior Stephanie Sherlock won her third college title.
gives it up for the Q-Schoolboys, the biggest surprises among the 30 who qualified for the Tour Championship.
The biggest surprises among the 30 who qualified for the Tour Championship? The Q-Schoolboys.
Ran into Dennis Walters on the range at East Lake late this afternoon as he was about to conduct yet another youth clinic.
is trying to wrap his mind around a putt, conceivably, worth $11.35 million on Sunday at East Lake.
Somebody on Sunday could face a putt, conceivably, on the 18th green at East Lake for $11.35 million. That would be if both the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup’s $10 million bounty were on the line.
For all the success Michael Sim has had this year, one player still stands a realistic chance of catching him on the Nationwide Tour money list.
Tiger primed for FedEx finale
So many scenarios. So many good players. So much money on the line. Tiger Woods is keeping it so simple.
Tour may lose events in 2010
Commissioner Tim Finchem says it's unlikely that the PGA Tour will make it through the end of next year without losing corporate sponsors – and possibly some tournaments
His coaches and teammates call him “Zebo,” but you can remember the name Ryan Zebroske for now.
Doug Martin knows what it takes to win at the college level. He’s trying to pass along that lesson to his University of Cincinnati men’s team.
The Spin-It tool
Mark Clements established a personal goal: Make the best groove tool in golf. The result is the Spin-It groove sharpening tool. James Achenbach reports.
How to measure the fickle nature of the Tour Championship? Let us count the ways.
Playoffs aren’t so bad
OK, so they’re not perfect, but the PGA Tour playoffs have been pretty darn good. As Jim McCabe writes, it’s time to enjoy the golf.