News for Wednesday, January 13, 2010
A year after he was serving a six-month suspension from the PGA Tour, John Daly has yet another chance this year.
explains why Brad Faxon had to check in for Vijay Singh during the Sony Open pro-am.
As relief efforts go, Brad Faxon scripted one that would have made Jonathan Papalbon of his beloved Red Sox jealous.
They don’t share a lot in common, but their passion for Waialae CC and the Sony Open is one of them.
reports on Callaway’s plans to tap what many believe will become golf’s next big market: India.
Hoping to capitalize on golf’s growing global popularity, Callaway Golf opened its sixth overseas unit.
Authorities have arrested a man accused of replacing labels on dozens of Gatorade bottles in Colorado with ones that had a picture of Tiger Woods and his wife and the word “unfaithful.”
wonders if Geoff Ogilvy is close to signing a deal with Travis Mathew.
With Ogilvy no longer representing Puma, speculations circle about which clothing company will endorse this champion golfer.
Ryo Ishikawa, the 18-year-old star who won the money list on the Japan Golf Tour last year, will make his first start of 2010 on the PGA Tour at the Northern Trust Open at Riviera.
Rocco Mediate, Duffy Waldorf and Natalie Gulbis will play themselves in an upcoming episode of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”
General Motors Co. says an agreement with Tiger Woods that allowed the fallen golf star to have free access to its vehicles is over.
reports that Luke Donald has signed a new three-year deal with Mizuno.
Luke Donald signed a new deal with Mizuno this week to keep him in the fold for three more years, sources told Golfweek. The terms of the contract were not disclosed.
He is miles from home, but very much at home. Confusing? Not really. It’s the new world for Tadd Fujikawa, the lovable and still young (he turned 19 last Friday) golfer from Hawaii.
How do you say, “Avoid the bleachers and the burn?” in Thai?
introduces some Tour hopefuls who lined up for the Sony Open qualifier with just a dream and a ticket to paradise.
Armed with a dream and a ticket to paradise, PGA Tour hopefuls line up for Sony Open qualifier. Jim McCabe reports.
From 1992-2009, the Buick Invitational has supplied courtesy cars to the players in its field. But in 2010, the event – now called the San Diego Open – will not supply players with courtesy cars.
The Fantasy Aces are surfing over to Honolulu for the Sony Open this weekend. Who's going to catch the biggest wave? A man from Wisconsin is looking pretty good.
Ashley Crain explains that Loro Piana has some high-end pieces that work on and off the golf course.
Hate to be Rude
Good news for a Tigerless Tour: Phil Mickelson returns in two weeks at the San Diego Open. As Jeff Rude writes, it can’t come soon enough.