News for Monday, April 18, 2011
says Boyne Resorts, the large golf-and-ski operator in northern Michigan, has added a ninth course to its golf portfolio.
Boyne Resorts, the large golf-and-ski operator in northern Michigan, has added a ninth course to its golf portfolio.
says underdog Akron turned a Big Ten preview into a major momentum builder.
Akron came out on top at the Illini Spring Classic, a tournament that was supposed to serve as a Big Ten Championship preview. Lance Ringler has that and more in this week's Monday Top 5.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
Miyazato's game sparkles
Ai Miyazato's game sparkles as much as her personality. Beth Ann Baldry reports.
says FootJoy is fully committing to the apparel business with a complete line of performance wear.
FootJoy’s next business expansion long has seemed destined, and now it’s imminent: The Fairhaven, Mass.-based company announced it will fully enter the golf apparel business.
Paula Creamer profile
Paula Creamer has matured into a champion who wants to inspire the next generation. Beth Ann Baldry reports.
Morgan Pressel at home
On her own in South Florida, stylish Morgan Pressel turns a house into a home. Beth Ann Baldry reports.
But Tseng searches for more
Yani Tseng just wants to talk. The LPGA’s No. 1 player wants “all the people” to know her story. She wants, in essence, to be embraced by the world.
Yueer Cindy Feng, of Orlando, Fla., shot 1-under 143 (71-72) at Rio Pinar Country Club in Orlando, Fla., to win the Florida Junior Tour event by four shots.
Yani Tseng FYG
Want to hit it like World No. 1 Yani Tseng? Here are some tips that may help your game.
Sawyer Shaw, of West Palm Beach, Fla., shot 7-under 137 (68-69) at Rio Pinar Country Club in Orlando, Fla., to win the Florida Junior Tour event by four shots.
Chopra wins in San Francisco
After nearly shooting 59 on Saturday, Daniel Chopra won the fog-shortened Fresh Express Classic. Sean Martin has five storylines from the week in San Francisco.
Mason Rudolph, a five-time winner on the PGA Tour, died April 18 of an undisclosed illness in Tuscaloosa, Ala., according to his hometown newspaper, The (Clarksville, Tenn.) Leaf-Chronicle, which cited family members. He was 76.
Newcomers to watch
Five newcomers to watch as they begin the ’11 season living out their LPGA dreams
For Her 2010: Paula Creamer
Golfweek For Her 2010: Paula Creamer teamed up with Golfweek director of photography Tracy Wilcox for a unique photoshoot for the 2010 issue of Golfweek For Her.
In pictures: Anna Rawson
Golfweek For Her 2010 photos: Anna Rawson spends her life as a model and a golfer, and in 2010 she spent time with director of photography Tracy Wilcox in Los Angeles for the first edition of Golfweek For Her.
What’s it like to live at the U.S. Naval Academy? Here are a few anecdotes from Asher Wildman's recent trip.
European Tour chief executive George O’Grady says organizers will wait several months before deciding whether to hold the Volvo Golf Champions tournament for a second year in Bahrain.