News for Thursday, July 8, 2010
has given a verbal commitment to Northwestern.
Brittany Mai, No. 35 in Golfweek’s rankings for the class of 2011, has verbally committed to Northwestern. Mai, of Poway, Calif., also considered UCLA, USC, Cal-Berkeley, Stanford and UC Davis.
Kevin Chappell took an early two-shot lead Thursday at the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic, shooting an 11-under 61 at the Georgian Bay Club in Clarksburg, Ontario.
PGA Tour rookie Matt Every has denied possessing marijuana after his arrest at an Iowa casino two days before the John Deere Classic.
Sophomore Michael Hebert, who abruptly left Florida State following the Seminoles’ third-place finish at the NCAA Championship, will resume his college career at Auburn.
Shean shoots 70 at Oakmont
Kelli Shean charged to the top of the U.S. Women’s Open leaderboard Thursday on a beastly Oakmont course. As Beth Ann Baldry writes, Shean has the kind of amateur story that makes this event special.
After making double bogey on her first hole Thursday, Amy Yang just smiled and gently placed her putter back in the bag.
Imagine 52 Red Sox-Yankees games all going on at about the same time.
Darren Clarke upstaged fellow Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell with a 6-under 65 to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Scottish Open on Thursday.
Temperatures were in the 90s. Michelle Wie was in the 80s. On a demanding day when tough old Oakmont Country Club illustrated again that playing par golf can be an achievement, only Brittany Lang was in the 60s.
says even pessimistic Paul Goydos found no faults in his 59 at the John Deere.
For a golfer facetiously nicknamed “Sunshine,” it was sunny and 59 at the TPC Deere Run.
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says Paula Creamer shined brightest in Thursday’s marquee group.
Paula Creamer already considers Oakmont one of her favorite tracks. It’s fun; it’s hard; it can make you go crazy.
noticed some former collegiate stars are making big checks on the Nationwide Tour.
It was only a few years ago when they were the stars of college golf. Each was a first-team All-American and each took home some of the most prestigious awards.
explains what went wrong in Michelle Wie’s opening 82 at Oakmont.
Michelle Wie pumped her first twice after holing a 6-foot par putt on Oakmont Country Club’s first hole during the first round of the U.S. Women’s Open.
Goydos shoots 59 at Deere
Big news Thursday? LeBron, please. Paul Goydos shot 59 in the first round at John Deere. Steve Stricker followed hours later with 60.
caught up with NCAA individual champ Scott Langley to talk about his summer plans.
It’s been quite the summer so far for Illinois rising senior Scott Langley.