News for Saturday, September 18, 2010


News 2010 September 18


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Industry Hills to host LPGA Kia Classic in ’11

LPGA returns to L.A.

Kia Motors America has signed a two-year extension to title sponsor the Kia Classic at Industry Hills Golf Club, the LPGA’s first stop in Los Angeles since 2005.

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Summerhays builds two-shot lead in Boise

Daniel Summerhays pulled into the lead Saturday at the Albertsons Boise Open after posting 7-under 64 at Hillcrest Country Club in Boise, Idaho.

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N.C. State an early favorite at Golfweek event

GW's Conference Challenge

North Carolina State is an early favorite at the Golfweek Conference Challenge at Spirit Hollow Golf Course. Sean Martin reports.

Oregon tops Ohio State for Branch Law win

After a grueling week on the road, Oregon can return north with some hardware.

USF Director of Golf Nelson named interim AD

Gary Nelson, director of golf at the University of San Francisco, has been appointed the interim athletic director for the Dons.

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Newman returns with “quiet confidence”

explains why Augusta State’s Carter Newman may play a larger role on this year’s team.

Augusta State’s Carter Newman probably didn’t get enough credit for the Jaguars’ victory at the NCAA Championship.

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Lynn, Willett share Austrian Open lead

Englishmen David Lynn and Danny Willett tied for the lead at the Austrian Open on Saturday, two strokes ahead of a threesome that included European Ryder Cup player Graeme McDowell.

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Azinger recovering from motorcycle accident

Paul Azinger’s rookie season on the Champions Tour has come to an abrupt end as the golfer recovers from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident Sept. 10.