News for Friday, September 17, 2010


News 2010 September 17


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Tomasulo moves into Boise lead with 63

Peter Tomasulo moved into the lead Friday at the Albertson’s Boise Open after putting up an 8-under 63 at Hillcrest Country Club in Boise, Idaho.

Rookie diary: Rain, rain, go away

details her rain-soaked year on the Ladies European Tour.

This season on the LET could be described in one word: RAINY!

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Pavin, Woods discuss Tiger’s Ryder Cup role

Pavin, Woods talk Ryder Cup

Tiger Woods could salvage an otherwise mediocre season with a heroic Ryder Cup performance. But how many matches will he play?

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Korda advances to LPGA Q-School finals

Korda advances at Q-School

The first LPGA Sectional Qualifier is over, and 17-year-old Jessica Korda has punched her ticket to the final stage.

DePaul transfer helping Florida charge

Last year, Michael Furci was playing for the DePaul Blue Demons, who finished No. 160 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings. His scoring average was 74.0.

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Parry takes Austrian Open lead with 67

English newcomer John Parry shot a 5-under 67 to take a one-shot lead after the second round of the Austrian Open.

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Paddy remains wary of Woods at Ryder Cup

Padraig Harrington says Tiger Woods retains an “intimidation factor” heading into next month’s Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor.

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Q&A: Liz Graham, Bloom Designs

says golf fashion has branched out to stationery, thanks to Bloom Designs.

For all you fashionistas who thought it was only about wearing the perfect outfit on the tee, think again.

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Austrian Open lacking in big-name players

wonders if the lack of big names at small events will scare off Euro Tour sponsors.

Graeme McDowell is among few big names at the Austrian Open, causing Alistair Tait to wonder if a lack of star power will eventually hurt the European Tour.

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What’s it like to be a Division III golfer?

Earlier this week, Golfweek hosted the Division III Fall Invitational. I took the opportunity to ask Emory senior Charles Raindrel and sophomore Thomas Mally to tell me five things that might not be too well-known about a Division III golfer.