News for Saturday, January 9, 2010
says Sean O’Hair is feeling better after suffering from a stress fracture in his forearm for much of 2009.
He first felt the pain last May, while doing “impact drills” at the Colonial. Nearly seven months later, Sean O’Hair found out why the lower part of his left forearm still hurt.
Glover leads by one shot
Can Lucas Glover open the year with a wire-to-wire victory? It's looking promising so far, as Glover remains one shot ahead of defending champion Geoff Ogilvy at the SBS Championship.
Roig wins endurance test
Even though Kyle Roig couldn't feel her hands, she still managed to beat Alexis Thompson in a playoff at the chilly Harder Hall Invitational.
The 28 players at Kapalua matches the record for the smallest field at the season-opening SBS Championship since it moved to Maui in 1999.
with news that Adidas, Ashworth and Puma will miss the 2010 PGA Show.
With economic uncertainty still clouding the golf landscape in 2010, Adidas, Ashworth and Puma have decided to skip the PGA Show in Orlando, Fla., this year.
remembers long-time BYU men’s head coach Karl Tucker as a true gentleman.
After reading the sad news Saturday morning about Karl Tucker, I asked my wife, Debbie, if she remembered the former Brigham Young men’s golf coach.
U.S. easily defends title
Team USA built a big lead and easily defended its title at the Copa de las Americas, beating host country Argentina by 12 stokes.
Thomas Aiken shot a 4-under 69 Saturday to share the lead after the third round of the Africa Open with Trevor Fisher Jr., who caddied for him in last year’s CA Championship on the PGA Tour.
Europe turned the tables on Asia at the Royal Trophy on Saturday, winning three of four matches in the four-ball competition to take a 4 1/2 to 3 1/2 lead into the final day.