News for Saturday, June 5, 2010
Tom Lehman didn’t spend much time with John Wooden – just long enough to learn a few things that will last a lifetime.
Fowler leads Memorial by 3
Rickie Fowler is one round closer to joining the youth movement on the PGA Tour. Fowler, 21, shot 69 on Saturday to maintain his three-stroke lead entering the final round of the Memorial.
Nick Price shot a 6-under 65 to pull into a tie with Tommy Armour III after second-round play at the Principal Charity Classic on Saturday.
says Geoff Ogilvy’s love-hate relationship with Muirfield Village continues.
It is clear that after 10 appearances and 35 rounds, Geoff Ogilvy and Muirfield Village have a love-hate relationship.
OK State beats Oregon
After losing in the first round last year, Oklahoma State is on the verge of capturing its 11th national title after beating Oregon on Saturday. Eric Soderstrom reports.
breaks down the matchup between Oklahoma State and Augusta State for Sunday’s NCAA finals.
At 9:30 a.m. Sunday morning, Oklahoma State and Augusta State will square off to decide this year’s national champion. The Cowboys will be playing for their 11th NCAA Championship; Augusta State will be going for its first.
Augusta St. reaches finals
Augusta State isn’t just adding excitement to this NCAA Championship by playing the underdog role. As Sean Martin writes, the Jaguars also are authoring their share of dramatic finishes.
Jin Park and B.J. Staten will share the lead entering the final round of the Prince George’s County Open.
with some news on Monday’s U.S. Open qualifier, including Martin Laird’s WD.
You can cross off Martin Laird’s name from the list of players who’ll go right from the Memorial to a U.S. Open qualifier.
NCAA final matchup set
Top-seeded Oklahoma State and Augusta State will square off for the NCAA Championship on Sunday. As Ron Balicki writes, it’s a classic case of David vs. Goliath.
Germany’s Marcel Siem shot a 5-under 66 to take a 3-stroke lead, while Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher set a course-record 63 at the Wales Open.
His day ended on a good note – back-to-back birdies to shoot 1-under 71 Friday and pull into a share of eighth place at The Memorial.
Backed up at Memorial
On a rainy day at the Memorial, which may mean consecutive 36-hole rounds for U.S. Open hopefuls, Jim McCabe relives Phil Mickelson’s qualifier in 1993 – the last time he missed our national Open.