Sergio Garcia put himself into the mix at the Australian Masters on Friday with a 6-under 65 that put him within range of the leaders at Victoria Golf Club.
Cristie Kerr shot a tournament-record 8-under 64 on Thursday to take a three-stroke lead over Stacy Lewis in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational, while Ochoa opened with a 74 on her home course in her first LPGA Tour start since retiring in April.
On Tuesday at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational, I offered a simple congratulations to Azahara Munoz as she made the turn during a practice round with veterans Juli Inkster and Pat Hurst (who are almost joined at the hip out here).
Michelle Wie’s first attempt at a title defense was shortlived.
Lorena Ochoa stood on the second tee box and rested her chin ever so briefly on the shoulder of her caddie. In the fairway, she gave him a love pat as they discussed her options for the approach.
Chris Stroud shot a 10-under 62 Thursday to top Rickie Fowler and take a three-shot lead in the Children’s Miracle Network Classic.
At Disney, with a Tour card on the line, Robert Garrigus can change the way his 2010 season will be remembered. D.J. Piehowski reports.
It’s been quite a month for Aaron Rowand.
No Tiger. No discussion of Tiger. No inquiries about Tiger. No analysis of Tiger.
Tiger Woods hit the ball as well as he has all year, except on the greens.
Erynne Lee, left, Kristen Park, center, and Grace Na are among the notable 2011 graduates to give verbal commitments prior to National Signing Day.
Phil Mickelson, hoping to claim golf’s No. 1 ranking, opened with a 4-under 67 on Thursday and is four strokes off the pace after the rain-soaked first round at the Singapore Open.