News for Thursday, August 12, 2010
isn’t surprised that the PGA Tour’s youth movement continued in the first round of the PGA Championship.
Golf’s youth movement continued Thursday in the first round of the PGA Championship. That theme was the most striking element of opening day.
Tiger Woods broke par in the PGA Championship, cause for celebration Thursday.
says it may have been one round, but Tiger Woods took a step in the right direction Thursday at the PGA.
After hitting rock bottom last week, Tiger Woods appeared to turn a corner Thursday at Whistling Straits. As Jeff Babineau writes, it may be one round, but it’s a start.
Korda downs McCloskey
Nothing has come easy thus far for Jessica Korda, and she endured her toughest test yet against Lisa McCloskey in the Round of 16 at the U.S. Women’s Amateur. Julie Williams reports.
explains why Kristen Park’s summer away from home just got a little longer at the Women’s Amateur.
It’s been four weeks since Kristen Park has been home and after Thursday’s win over Marina Alex in the Round of 16 at the U.S. Women’s Amateur, her long summer will press on. Beth Ann Baldry reports.
says excessive caddying and penal rough are among the many observations at the midway point of the U.S. Women’s Amateur.
The U.S. Women’s Amateur is half over, and there are some things I have observed throughout the week. Some have been good, some not so much:
says Rickie Fowler took full advantage of Thursday morning’s fog delay by squeezing in a nap on the locker room floor.
He might be young and full of energy, but Rickie Fowler wasn’t about to let nap time escape him. So he stretched out on his back, on the floor, and dozed off.
explains what has young Aussie Jason Day feeling under the weather at the PGA Championship.
It’s been a frustrating year for Jason Day, the 22-year-old, always-positive Aussie.
Chris Baloga has been named the head men’s coach at Loyola University-Maryland.
Juliana Murcia Ortiz has spent little time under the USGA umbrella compared to most players her age.
Medalists lose at Women’s Am
Stroke-play medalists Rachel Rohanna and Jaclyn Sweeney have lost in the Round of 32 at the U.S. Women’s Amateur. Julie Williams reports.
There is one player in this field that would truly deserve to be called the U.S. Women’s Amateur Champion if she goes on to win.
All of a sudden, Tim Fisher is running out of places to play golf.
says Lizette Salas needed an ace to escape the Round of 32 at the U.S. Women’s Amateur.
Twice Lizette Salas has fallen in the second round of match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur. It was a shaky battle Thursday in the Round of 32, but this time things ended decisively in her favor.
Our alarm sounded at 2:30 a.m., and let me tell you, it hurt! Katie (Kempter, a University of Denver graduate) and I had scheduled a car service to pick us up from Crossville at 3 a.m. so that we could make the two-hour journey to the Nashville airport with relative ease.
History was made during the first round of the PGA Championship. Play was suspended for six minutes, yes six minutes, Thursday morning because of fog.
has given a verbal commitment to Coastal Carolina.
Easton Renwick of Punxsutawney, Pa., has given a verbal commitment to Coastal Carolina.