News for Saturday, October 9, 2010
Colorado wins home event
Colorado won the Heather Farr/CU Memorial Invitational in record-setting fashion Saturday after five players were involved in a multi-car accident the night before the final round.
introduces you to Alex Hamilton, a Monday qualifier who is creeping up the McGladrey leaderboard.
We all know Alexander Hamilton as the face of the $10 bill, but James Alexander Hamilton III, the golfer, is not quite as recognizable.
Cristie Kerr moved into position for her third victory of the year, shooting a 5-under 67 on Saturday to take a three-stroke lead in the Navistar LPGA Classic.
says Tom Pernice Jr. is perfectly content to grind it out on the PGA Tour. For now.
Tom Pernice Jr. isn’t ready to turn his badge in just yet.
Chasing his first Tour win since last year’s playoffs, Heath Slocum took a one-shot lead Saturday at the McGladrey Classic at Sea Island.
Joe Affrunti retained his lead at the Chattanooga Classic on Saturday and will take a one-shot advantage over David Bradshaw into the final round.
The Ping Invitational
Oliver Schniederjans took the lead Saturday on the boys’ side of the Ping Invitational while Kyung Kim put up a course-record 65 at Karsten Creek to lead the girls’ division by three shots.
recounts some of the best stories from this year’s USGA Senior Amateur.
Paul Simson of Raleigh, N.C., has attained a remarkable goal, although some golf fans are too narrow-minded to realize the magnitude of Simson’s achievement.
O'Meara leads Sr. Players
Mark O’Meara, chasing his first Champions Tour victory, holds a two-shot lead at the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship.
John Parry’s lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship was halved to two strokes Saturday after the Englishman shot a 1-under 71 in the third round.
South Korea teenager Seung-yul Noh shot a 1-under 70 Saturday for a five-stroke lead after the third round of the Korea Open.
Matsuyama leads Asian Am
Hideki Matsuyama stormed into the lead Saturday at the Asian Amateur, putting up a 6-under 65 amid a torrential downpour to take a three-shot lead.