News for Friday, May 14, 2010
Methodist University defended its title yet again at the NCAA Women’s Division III National Championship Friday, securing a 13th consecutive national title.
Pak leads at Bell Micro
Se Ri Pak is looking for her third victory at the RTJ Golf Trail’s Crossings Course after riding a 6-under 66 to the top of the leaderboard Friday at the Bell Micro LPGA Classic.
Top-ranked Methodist University completed a remarkable turnaround Friday to win its 10th NCAA Division III championship.
Joey Sindelar shot a 7-under 65 in the Regions Charity Classic on Friday and was tied for first after the record-setting opening round.
reports that Arron Oberholser will miss the rest of the season after surgery on his left hand.
Arron Oberholser underwent successful surgery on his left hand on Thursday.
Golfweek writers pick the winner of the 2010 NCAA Championship.
Martin Piller maintained his position atop a crowded leaderboard Friday at the BMW Charity Pro-Am, shooting a 5-under 67 to take a one-stroke lead into the weekend.
Pelle Edberg of Sweden shot a 6-under 64 in bad weather Friday to share the second-round lead of the Mallorca Open with James Kingston of South Africa.
Rice DQ’d for rangefinder
NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice was disqualified from the Nationwide Tour’s BMW Charity Pro-Am Friday after his caddie used a range-finding device to check yardages. Rice shot 92 in the opening round.
The second round of the Texas Open has been suspended because of thunderstorms and more bad weather is forecast for the weekend.
Success is not something that happens overnight. But if there is a golf apparel company that has come close – Lija Golf and Linda Hipp are the ones.
welcomes back Michael Sim, Jeev Milkha Singh and Gary Woodland from golf’s disabled list.
While getting healthy may literally be a pain in Tiger’s neck, three golfers returned from golf’s disabled list this week at the Valero Texas Open.
NCAA Women’s preview
Biggest question heading into next week’s NCAA Women’s Championship: Can the “Big 3” be bumped?
Wildman is packing his bags and getting ready to fly to Wilmington, N.C., for the NCAA Women’s Championship at the Country Club of Landfall.