News for Sunday, March 7, 2010


News 2010 March 7


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Boom-boom: Couples wins second in a row

Fred Couples won his second straight Champions Tour title, shooting a 6-under 65 on Sunday for a four-stroke victory in the Toshiba Classic.

Pate, 48, becomes oldest Nationwide winner

Steve Pate became the oldest champion in Nationwide Tour history, winning the Bogota Open on Sunday when Aaron Watkins missed a 3-foot par putt on the second hole of a playoff.

Holmes squeaks into CA Championship field

J.B. Holmes has played in only five WGC events since turning pro in 2006, and just once at Doral.

D-II Florida Southern wins USF Invitational

Division II Florida Southern won its first team title of the season Sunday at the USF Invitational over a field largely made up of D-I teams.

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Villegas wins Honda Classic in runaway

Villegas runs away at Honda

Let the party continue in Colombia. The same week Camilo Villegas flew home to help kick off his country’s first Nationwide Tour event, he ran away from the field at PGA National to win his third PGA Tour title.

Lamely-Willis pairing not a pretty sight

breaks down a couple of ugly final rounds from Derek Lamely and Garrett Willis.

With the leaders preparing to embark upon their final rounds of the Honda Classic, we can say one thing definitively: The bad golf is at least out of the way.

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Noh, 18, wins Malaysian Open by a shot

South Korean teenager Seung-yul Noh birdied the final hole to win the Malaysian Open by one shot over countryman K.J. Choi on Sunday.

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Webb claims 7th ANZ Ladies Masters with 61

Webb wins in Australia

Talk about domination Down Under. Karrie Webb shot a course-record 11-under 61 Sunday on the Gold Coast in Australia to close out her seventh ANZ Ladies Masters title in the past 12 years.