News for Friday, December 24, 2010
West Coast Jr. Invite
Golfweek’s West Coast Junior Invitational tees off Jan. 15 at Troon North Golf Club’s Monument Course in Scottsdale, Ariz., and the field is full. Here’s an updated look at the competition.
2010 review: College women
Purdue and Alabama emerged as superpowers outside the mighty Pac-10 this year. Julie Williams reviews other stories from women’s college golf.
pays tribute to David Fay, who not only made a bow-tie look good, but guided the USGA for 21 years as executive director.
Give a guy a bow tie and a national television audience, and he becomes a media star.
delivers a few Christmas wishes for the European golf scene.
I got my Christmas shopping done early this year, then got back to the winter wonderland of Trowley Bottom and decided I had enough time to throw a few extra presents into a few stockings.
The LPGA handed out last-minute gifts earlier this week to players who came up short at Q-School.
Fay to retire as USGA ED
David Fay, executive director of the U.S. Golf Association, has announced his retirement. After 32 years with the USGA, 21 of which Fay served as executive director, Fay will take his leave Dec. 31.
Number crunching 2010
Two wins on Tour moved Bill Haas 100-plus spots up Golfweek’s rankings in 2010, proving the old adage that winning takes care of everything.