News for Saturday, December 11, 2010
Stacy Lewis was recently in Rwanda with her mother, Carol, as part of Betsy King’s Golf Fore Africa project. She joined King and LPGA teaching pros Suzanne Strudwick and Susie Corona in aiding the genocide survivors of Rwanda and the AIDS orphans of Lesotho.
Smith eyes LPGA card
In college Libby Smith not only was a two-sport athlete, but she also played for the men's golf team. She now has her sights set on the LPGA.
Creamer photo shoot
Paula Creamer was decked out in her signature pink for a Getty Images photo shoot on Dec. 9. See the photos here.
says Jessica Korda could become the first amateur Q-School winner since Paula Creamer.
Amateur Jessica Korda took a one-shot lead at LPGA Q-School finals Saturday, putting her on track to become the first amateur winner since Paula Creamer.
Defending champions Steve Stricker and Jerry Kelly were tied for the lead of the Shark Shootout with Kenny Perry and Fred Funk after the second round Saturday.
Anthony Michael is taking a one-shot lead into the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship after a 1-under 71 kept him ahead of the chasing pack.
American Bobby Gates shot a 1-under 71 in windy conditions Saturday to maintain a one-stroke lead after the third round of the Australian PGA.
Tinning wins final start
Danish veteran Iben Tinning won her final tournament on Saturday after shooting a 3-under 69 at the Dubai Ladies Masters.