News for Tuesday, June 22, 2010
caught up with Sue Nyhus, a legend in Utah women's golf circles, who staged her competitive comeback at the WAPL.
On a day that was all about college heroes and rising junior phenoms, Sue Nyhus quietly went to work on a second-round comeback at the Women’s Amateur Public Links.
Jutanugarn ties WAPL record
Ariya Jutanugarn, 14, tied the 36-hole scoring record Tuesday at the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links. As Julie Williams writes, it’s just another step forward for the talented teen.
Woods and the U.S. Open
Rarely has Tiger Woods let down his guard. As Jim McCabe writes, he seemingly talked himself into a disappointing finish at the U.S. Open.
‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011’
When it comes to golf and gaming, it doesn’t get any more realistic than EA Sports’ ‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011.’ In fact, Eric Soderstrom wonders if the Wii was made for this game.
Inside the June 25, 2010 issue of Golfweek
Retiree with a vision
John Kazenko, an 80-year-old retired civil engineer, had no intention of taking it easy after a lifetime of building roads in Michigan. With help from his son Doug, they doggedly have carved Kirkside Golf Club from former farmland.
Graeme McDowell’s U.S. Open victory gave Callaway Golf its second consecutive major championship (joining Masters champion Phil Mickelson).
Rich Parker, the head men’s coach at Dartmouth College, qualified Monday for the Champions Tour’s Dick’s Sporting Goods Open. Parker shot a 5-under 67 at the Links at Hiawatha Landing in Apalachin, N.Y., then had to wait four hours to learn whether he had secured the fourth and final qualifying spot.
answers the most pressing questions from the U.S. Open.
Can you stand the Truth? Welcome to the office of Dr. Truth, golf psychiatrist. Ask a question, if you dare.
highlights three new products that will debut this summer and garner much attention.
In today’s marketplace, new products are showcased throughout the year. With summer here, several new items are bound to garner attention from avid golfers.