News for Sunday, October 24, 2010
Kevin Marsh claimed his second straight Stocker Cup victory Sunday, overcoming a four-shot deficit entering the final round.
with four things to watch for during the second round of the Isleworth Collegiate.
I must admit, I’m a bit shocked after the Round 1 scores at the Isleworth Collegiate.
Byrd wins Vegas event
Jonathan Byrd made a hole-in-one on the fourth playoff hole Sunday to win the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospital for Children Open.
A professional since 1995 and competing on the Tour de las Americas for the past nine seasons, Argentina’s veteran Gustavo Acosta was finally able to celebrate a TLA victory by surviving a three-hole playoff for the title of the 84th Abierto de Chile Copa BCI – Chile’s National Open Championship.
Fred Couples left Corey Pavin and everybody else way behind in the Administaff Small Business Classic, shooting a 9-under 63 on Sunday for a seven-stroke victory.
Matteo Manassero, 17, became the youngest winner on the European Tour with a four-shot victory Sunday at the Castello Masters. The future is now for the Italian teen who specializes in upstaging his elders.
White leads U.S. Collegiate
Led by James White’s record 62, host Georgia Tech took a commanding lead after Round 1 of the U.S. Collegiate Championship.
Call it the new breakfast of champions. England’s Ian Poulter, a member of the winning European Ryder Cup team, posted a video for his 1 million-plus Twitter followers in what he dubbed “Breakfast with the Ryder Cup.”
David Mathis closed with a 1-under 69 on Sunday to win the Jacksonville Open on the Nationwide Tour, earning more than enough money to secure his return to the PGA Tour next year.
Bruins win at Landfall
Tiffany Lua and UCLA cruised to a five-shot victory Sunday at The Landfall Tradition. It’s the first win of the season for the Bruins.
Stanford shares Isleworth lead
Andrew Yun birdied on the final hole Sunday to put Stanford in a share of the first-round lead at the Isleworth Collegiate. Sean Martin reports.
Lee-Anne Pace of South Africa returned to the summit of European women’s golf on Sunday after shooting a 6-under 66 to win the Sanya Ladies Open.
Regaining her spark, Sakura Yokomine snared a hole-in-one en route to victory in the Masters GC Ladies.
Down two shots overnight, Yuta Ikeda made sure Sunday that he left home a winner again.
Even persistent coastal showers and an approaching thunderstorm couldn’t derail Adilson da Silva’s round Sunday en route to victory – his second of the season – at the Suncoast Classic.
Manassero wins in Spain
Matteo Manassero, 17, became the youngest winner on the European Tour with a four-shot win Sunday at the Castello Masters.
Jimin Kang won the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia for her second LPGA tour title, beating Juli Inkster by a stroke Sunday when the 50-year-old Hall of Famer bogeyed the final hole.