News for Wednesday, April 14, 2010
59 Belts has partnered with PGA Tour player Jamie Lovemark to offer fans an opportunity to create a new “JL” belt buckle for the 2010 season.
LPGA’s Mojo 6 event
There are 12 LPGA players in Jamaica this week for the Mojo 6 event, but Beatriz Recari is the only one who was voted in by her fans. (And now it’s time to play Raceway Golf!) Beth Ann Baldry explains.
Ready for a good laugh? When Paul Azinger met with the media prior to the Champions Tour’s Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am, one writer wondered if falling debris had ever derailed a putt of his the way it knocked Phil Mickelson’s 12-foot downhill birdie putt off line on the second hole Masters Sunday.
Charleston Southern won its sixth Big South Women’s Championship title Wednesday.
Stetson used a record-breaking performance Wednesday to win the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship.
spoke with Dustin Garza, who was left off the Hogan Award semifinalists list.
Dustin Garza may say he isn’t disappointed that he was left off the Ben Hogan Award’s semifinalist list, but I’m not buying it. This award looks great on anyone’s resume and any golfer would be thrilled to win it.
The 10 semifinalists for the 2010 The Ben Hogan Award were annonuced Wednesday.
It’s Wednesday which means it’s time for thumbs up and thumbs down.
says Stewart Cink didn’t want to leave Augusta National. Why? The new driving range.
Players cannot wait to get to the Masters. Now we can tell you that there are some who refuse to leave – even if they’ve missed the cut.
I spoke recently with PGA Tour player Webb Simpson. He has posted two top-20 finishes this season on Tour and told me about his fashion expertise.
Hate to be Rude
Phil Mickelson’s shot to the 13th green on Masters Sunday was the fitting moment that will define his Hall of Fame career. Jeff Rude explains.