News for Sunday, December 12, 2010
Australia’s Peter Senior won the rain-delayed Australian PGA on Monday, beating Geoff Ogilvy with a par on the second hole of a playoff to become the oldest player to win a major professional tournament in Australia.
Jhonattan Vegas of Venezuela, who is quickly demonstrating his promise as a professional, provided further evidence Dec. 12 with a runaway victory at the 105th Visa Open Argentina presented by Bridgestone.
Song medals at Q-School
Former teen prodigy Aree Song won the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament on Sunday, while Jessica Korda, 17, finished second.
says former 'Big Break' star Sara Brown held on to earn her LPGA tour card.
Julie Williams says that former Big Break star Sara Brown sweats out receiving her Tour card.
Australia’s Peter Senior won the rain-delayed Australian PGA on Monday, beating Geoff Ogilvy with a par on the second hole of a playoff.
1st African-American since '01
Shasta Averyhardt: She tied for 22nd at LPGA Q-School to become only the fourth black player to earn LPGA membership.
Iben Tinning of Denmark ended her career with a victory at the Dubai Ladies Masters on Saturday, clinching the win with a birdie on the last hole to hold off Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist by two shots.
Johnson-Poulter win Shootout
Dustin Johnson and Ian Poulter won the Shark Shootout Sunday, shooting 13-under 59 to beat Darren Clarke and Graeme McDowell by two shots.
The European Tour has garnered many headlines this season, and rightfully so. Very little has been written about the Ladies European Tour, but the LET is a success story in its own right.
There’s nothing quite like getting a head start on the New Year. Just ask Pablo Martin. With 19 days still left in 2010, the Spaniard defended his title at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, which rings in the start of the European Tour’s 2011 season.
Pablo Martin has successfully defended his Alfred Dunhill Championship title, shooting a 2-under 70 for a two-shot victory Sunday.
Thongchai Jaidee underscored his status as one of the giants of the Asian Tour with a record-breaking victory Dec. 12 in the Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open.
The final round of the Australian PGA Championship was postponed until Monday because of heavy rain, with Peter Senior holding a one-stroke lead after nine holes.