News for Monday, December 6, 2010
with some final thoughts from the Q-School finals.
Random thoughts from the final day of another Q-School finals:
Cristie Kerr’s initial meeting with Suzanne Pride Bryan, co-owner of Pride Mountain Vineyards, didn’t last long.
Bandon Dunes, with four highly ranked courses, casts a magical spell over golfers. And the meatloaf is pretty good, too.
It was an ordinary shot, like so many others he made that year. But it was the kind of moment that etched forever in my mind what made Tiger Woods so special.
Bramlett earns Tour card
With a T-16 finish Monday, Joseph Bramlett became the first black golfer in 25 years to earn a PGA Tour card via Q-School.
Sony Open in 3-D
Golf on TV enters a new era with next year’s Sony Open, which will become the first PGA Tour co-sponsored event to be televised live in 3-D.
Tiger Woods can still draw television viewers.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
says after a banner year, Jim Furyk will sign a new deal with TaylorMade.
Jim Furyk had a banner year as a free agent of sorts. Now, he’s reaping the rewards, which includes a new deal with TaylorMade.
PGA Tour Qualifying School took place this week at Orange County National in Winter Garden, Fla. Golfweek.com was on the ground all week to bring you in-depth coverage as more than 160 players fought for 25 PGA Tour cards.
Thanksgiving Day started very early, like every other day. We had a lot of people to see so it was necessary to get up and get a good jump on the day.
Bernhard Langer has been voted player of the year on the Champions Tour for winning five times, including back-to-back majors against the 50-and-older set.
Dudley Hart’s return to tournament golf after an 18-month layoff due to spinal fusion surgery lasted just three rounds.