News for Friday, December 3, 2010
explains how Azahara Munoz's acceptance of the Rookie of the Year trophy was unique.
As Azahara Munoz addressed the crowd Friday night at the Rolex awards reception, her sincerest words were not even understood by most in the room.
says golf was second on the minds of brothers Luke and Christian Donald on Friday.
Against a backdrop of a bogey-free round by Tiger Woods that pushed him into a four-stroke lead at the Chevron World Challenge, there were some notes of interest:
Woods extends Chevron lead
Tiger Woods extended his lead to four shots at the Chevron World Challenge Friday, backing up his opening 65 with a 6-under 66.
says Joseph Bramlett is trying to become the first black player to advance out of Q-School in 25 years.
Joseph Bramlett brushed the face of his putter with his left hand before he settled into his putting stance. When he slipped into his pre-shot routine, it’s as if he has entered a trance. I haven’t seen a player with his intense concentration since – dare I say it – Tiger Woods
About the only thing going low at the LPGA Tour Championship is the temperature. Well, that and Amy Yang’s scorecard.
Granada returning to form
After three months of work with Sean Foley, Julieta Granada is looking like her old self at the LPGA Tour Championship. Beth Ann Baldry explains.
We’re finally at Q-School’s halfway point, and several of the field’s biggest names will have to rally if they want to realize their PGA Tour aspirations.
The PGA Tour stayed in-house and selected 20-year staff member Andy Pazder to replace Rick George as its chief of operations.
looks ahead to European Tour Q-School, which kicks off Saturday in Spain.
No wonder the European Tour does pretty good business out of the European Tour Qualifying School. Considering the money on offer in Europe, it’s no wonder there are plenty willing to take a shot at jumping on the Euro Tour gravy train.
says the St. Jude Classic will go on for at least another year, thanks to sponsor FedEx. But the event’s long-term outlook still is sketchy.
The St. Jude Classic’s prayers have been answered – at least for one more year.
Charlotte men’s golf coach Adam Pry has resigned due to personal reasons, the university announced Friday. Assistant coach Andrew DiBitetto has been named interim head coach for the 49ers and will lead Charlotte through the spring 2011 season.
Coaches discuss recruiting
The implementation of a college recruiting calendar will be the hot topic at this week's golf coaches convention. Lance Ringler explains.
says 15-year-old Alexis Thompson has petitioned the LPGA for more starts in 2011.
Alexis Thompson has petitioned the LPGA for additional starts in 2011. Thompson, 15, is limited to six LPGA starts per year under current rules because she is not an LPGA member.
has the comical Part II of his 'Best of the Q-School Questionnaire' series.
The 2010 Q-School Media Questionnaire delivers as promised. So much so that I decided to break up the good, the bad, and downright hilarious responses into two parts (click here for Part I).
says there will be no UPS-FedEx sponsorship issues for Lee Westwood at this year's St. Jude Classic.
Don’t expect another sponsor clash to arise between World No. 1 Lee Westwood, the UPS poster boy, and the St. Jude Classic now that FedEx has returned as the tournament’s title sponsor.
Lee Westwood has opened a three-stroke lead after shooting a 64 in the second round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
Geoff Ogilvy shot a 7-under 65 at The Lakes course to take a one-stroke lead after two rounds at the Australian Open on Friday.