News for Monday, July 26, 2010
Dick Mast must’ve hopped into a Hot Tub Time Machine at his hotel last night.
Brown DQ’d on Futures Tour
Sarah Brown was DQ’d for a nonconforming wedge Sunday on the Futures Tour. It should not have happened. Sean Martin reports.
European Tour winner Johan Edfors, already a Puma Golf endorser, has signed a deal to support the company’s merger partner – clubmaker Cobra Golf.
has given a verbal commitment to Illinois.
Alex Burge has given a verbal commitment to play at Illinois.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
Paul Azinger and Nick Price have pulled out of this week’s U.S. Senior Open with injuries.
says marquee names are lining up as bidders to acquire Sea Island, the famed resort now facing financial woes.
Questions swirling about the potential next owner of the Sea Island resort may finally get some answers. Gene Yasuda explains.
Doris Chen, of Bradenton, Fla., won the U.G. Girls’ Junior on July 24, beating Katelyn Dambaugh, 3 and 2, at the Country Club of North Carolina’s Dogwood Course in Pinehurst, N.C.
Jim Liu, of Smithtown, N.Y., won the U.S. Junior Amateur on July 24, beating Justin Thomas, 4 and 2, at Egypt Valley Country Club in Ada, Mich.
says Lexi Thompson deserves a chance to qualify for the Women’s British Open.
Ninety players are competing today for 17 spots in this week’s Ricoh Women’s British Open. Lexi Thompson, one of the fresh new faces in women’s professional golf, isn’t among them, a victim of bad timing and some short-sightedness.
Well, that was a bit unexpected – and, in one case, unprecedented. Fourteen-year-old Jim Liu became the youngest winner of the U.S. Junior Amateur after defeating Justin Thomas, 4 and 2, in the final match at Egypt Valley Country Club.
The Greenbrier Classic
Jim Justice’s vision for a West Virginia institution takes shape this week as The Greenbrier gussies up for the PGA Tour. Martin Kaufmann explains.