News for Saturday, May 15, 2010


News 2010 May 15


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Four-way tie in Texas; to play 36 Sunday

Brett Wetterich birdied his last three holes for a 4-under 68, and Jimmy Walker and James Nitties shot 67s to join Matt Jones atop the leaderboard at 7 under Saturday in the rain-delayed Texas Open.

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Klauk to miss four months with back injury

Jeff Klauk will miss the next four months because of a herniated disc in his lower back.

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Nova Southeastern runs away with D-II title

Nova Southeastern successfully defended its title at the Division II National Championship Saturday, blowing away fellow Sunshine State Conference superpower Rollins College by 40 shots. It’s the second national title for the Sharks in program history.

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Pettersen among trio of Bell Micro leaders

Suzann Pettersen, Brittany Lincicome and Se Ri Pak head into the final round of the Bell Micro LPGA Classic tied atop the leaderboard at 13 under.

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Forsman breaks Regions record, trails by 1

Dan Forsman made two eagles on his way to a tournament-record round of 10-under 62 Saturday and trails leader Bobby Clampett by one shot in the Regions Charity Classic Champions Tour event.

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Gomez leads BMW Pro-Am after sizzling 64

Fabian Gomez has moved into position for his second Nationwide Tour victory of the season.

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Fernandez-Castano, Edberg lead in Spain

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano of Spain three-putted the last hole Saturday to grab a share of the lead with Sweden’s Pelle Edberg after the third round of the Mallorca Open.

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European Tour gearing up for BMW PGA

BMW PGA Championship

All eyes will be on the European Tour next week at its flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship. In honor of the occasion, Alistair Tait takes a look at the tour’s progress so far in 2010.