News for Friday, November 12, 2010
says the Viking Classic, the Mississippi mainstay of the PGA Tour’s Fall Series, is set to move into the FedEx Cup schedule next season.
The Viking Classic, the Mississippi mainstay of the PGA Tour’s Fall Series, is set to move into the FedEx Cup schedule next season, Golfweek has learned.
U.S. Women’s Open champion Paula Creamer shot a 6-under 66 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead over Norway’s Suzann Pettersen in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational.
says Roland Thatcher surprised even himself during the second round at Disney.
The guy with the roman numerals after his name is trying to write a Cinderella story that would make Walt Disney – or at least Carl Spackler – proud.
says Mark Verstegen pitched his anti-‘duck feet’ philosophy at the World Golf Fitness Summit.
Down with duck feet! That was the message of the anti-duck man, AKA Mark Verstegen, at the World Golf Fitness Summit.
Thatcher leads at Disney
Roland Thatcher just wanted to prepare for Q-School this week. After a second-round 63 at Disney, he might just walk away with a Tour card.
says failure on the PGA Tour may be more lucrative than you would think.
How would you like to earn $710,000 to fail? Or even $274,000?
Two-time winner Adam Scott shot a second straight 65 Friday to take a two-stroke lead over defending champion Ian Poulter of England after the second round at the Singapore Open.
Tiger Woods is in the same spot Down Under as he’s been everywhere else in the world – trying to catch up to the leaders and on the verge of becoming an also-ran.