News for Thursday, September 3, 2009
Anna Rawson shot a course-record 7-under 64 to take a one-stroke lead over Suzann Pettersen in the Canadian Women’s Open.
Can’t decide which is more surprising: The fact that Anna Rawson leads the CN Canadian Open with an opening 64, or that Lorena Ochoa is in second place with 66.
Tiger Woods has been wearing a Nike logo on the crest of his golf shirt ever since he turned professional 13 years ago.
Staff Sgt. Beatty patrols Boston
It was tough to miss Staff Sgt. Dale Beatty Thursday at TPC Boston. As Jim McCabe writes, he was the one signing more autographs than Tiger.
Richdale chasing LPGA card
With her sights on an 2010 LPGA card, Duramed Futures Tour player Samantha Richdale is looking forward to Graduation Day on Sunday.
tells us how Ernie Els is getting his swagger back.
Ernie Els is starting to get his swagger back. That’s a good thing.
iger Woods insists he is putting OK these days, but a scene on the first hole of his pro-am at the Deutsche Bank Championship early Thursday morning at least raised an eyebrow or two.
NORTON, Mass. – Even though he withdrew yesterday from the Deutsche Bank Championship, Paul Casey is still hanging around Boston to support the sponsor and their clients.
explains how the USGA already is testing grooves on Tour for 2010.
Brian Davis, c’mon down, you’re the first contestant on the new reality show, “Are your grooves going to be legit next year?”
Australia’s Brett Rumford birdied the last four holes for a 28 on the back nine Thursday and finished with a 9-under 62 for the first-round lead at the European Masters.
details Tiger Woods’ thoughts on the progress Ernie Els is making with his golf game.
A longtime take on Tiger Woods from the media center is that he doesn’t say much, but beware of absolutes.
Jordan Spieth is conspicuously absent from the Junior Players Championship this week.
explains why Matt Hill will be on ESPN Thursday night at the N.C. State football game.
North Carolina State’s Matt Hill won eight times last year as a sophomore and became just the second player to win a conference title, regional title and the NCAA Championship. The only other player in the history of NCAA men’s golf to accomplish this was Stanford’s Tiger Woods.
SINGAPORE – Three-time major winners Padraig Harrington and Ernie Els have confirmed they will play in the Singapore Open in late October and skip the World Match Play Championship.