News for Friday, July 2, 2010
Adam Oates has traded hockey sticks for golf clubs.
A confident Na Yeon Choi followed her opening 64 with a 4-under 67 to build a two-stroke lead through Friday’s second round of the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic.
Five days after a surprising meltdown, Justin Rose is atop the leaderboard at Aronimink.
Tom Wargo and Russ Cochran shared the lead at 7-under 65 on Friday after the opening round of the Montreal Championship.
Paolucci, Park win Rolex ToC
Anthony Paolucci and Kristen Park both did battle at Blessings Golf Club and emerged with wins at the Rolex ToC. Ryan Lavner explains that it’s a much-needed career boost for both players.
Tiger Woods has made it official by sending in his entry form to play in the PGA Championship.
Alejandro Canizares of Spain is in front halfway through the French Open, one stroke ahead of defending champion Martin Kaymer of Germany.
Match play and the NCAAs
Nearly a month has passed since Augusta State won the NCAA Championship. Lance Ringler takes a look at how the addition of match play has changed the NCAAs, and what the future might hold.
Woods still lacking A game
Tiger Woods continued to struggle Friday at the AT&T National despite shaving three shots from his first-round 73. As Sean Martin writes, Woods will start the weekend well off the pace at Aronimink.
Woods likely to make cut
Tiger Woods returned an even-par 70 Friday at the AT&T National, leaving him at 3 over for the tournament and likely to make the cut.
braved the cold of a Melbourne winter for the Victoria Golf Club championship.
We used to say on the team that it was a cold day when you could see your own breath when teeing off, or that it’s windy when the pin bends over during gusts.
found out what it takes to put on an event like the Dogwood Invitational.
Ever wonder what it is that tournament directors actually do, aside from being the main voice on the walkie-talkie? Edward Toledano, tournament director for the Dogwood Invitational, provides some insight.
played 18 at Kilspindie Golf Club in just over two hours, and thinks more courses should be designed for speed.
I just wasn’t hungry. We’d played so quickly I hadn’t had time to completely digest my breakfast.