News for Tuesday, April 19, 2011


News 2011 April 19


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For Her 2011: Morgan Pressel

For Her 2011: Morgan Pressel

Morgan Pressel is all grown up and she takes you inside her home, her closet and to the streets of south Florida for the 2011 Golfweek For Her issue.

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Dustin Johnson, caddie part ways after 3 years

Four-time PGA Tour winner Dustin Johnson has split with his caddie of about three years, Bobby Brown.

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Toy Box: All Titleist for Manassero

Manassero, 17, wins in Europe with a full bag of Titleist clubs, while Brendan Steele carries 11 Titleist clubs in winning in Texas.

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Player diary: Nicole fights off sickness

Player diary: Stereotypes?

Players diary: Nicole Noelle Smith checks in from home, where she fought off a nasty cold and is told all the time, "You don't look like a golfer." What does one look like?

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Welcome to the world of a woman golfer

Golfweek's new microsite

Beth Ann Baldry, Golfweek's women's golf expert, introduces you to our new product: Golfweek For Her. Beth Ann spearheaded our efforts to create a product that focused on the women's game and our new microsite is a testament to that.

Wildman's Corner: Q&A with Gregg Burke

Q&A with Gregg Burke

In today's Wildman's Corner, Asher sits down with Gregg Burke, who will replace Tom Drennan at the University of Rhode Island.

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Fantasy Tip Sheet: Harbour Town

Fantasy tips: Harbour Town

Luke Donald is getting plenty of love from our fantasy golf panel, with a couple tips-of-the-cap to Matt Kuchar. Does Donald have the perfect game for Harbour Town?

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R&A chief: More shame for bad behavior

Penalties for unsportsmanlike behavior

R&A chief executive Peter Dawson wants to see players named and shamed for unsportsmanlike behavior.

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British Open will feature wider fairways

Open features wider fairways

The world’s best golfers will find a wider, more generous Royal St George’s when they tee it up in the 140th British Open Championship. They shouldn’t get too complacent, though, course changes mean England’s most southerly Open Championship venue will still have teeth.