News for Saturday, December 17, 2011


News 2011 December 17


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Vojtko team wins Golfweek Pro-Am at Pebble Beach

Joseph Vojtko, the golf pro at Rosemont Country Club in Fairlawn, Ohio, combined with amateurs Tom Luck, Alan Goldberg and Jeff Sterling to win Golfweek’s Pro-Am at Pebble Beach on Dec. 14.

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My year in golf: Jim McCabe

Jim McCabe

From Jason Dufner's impressive handling of defeat at the PGA Championship to Rory McIlroy's tireless energy at the Grand Slam of Golf to Miguel Angel Jimenez at Match Play, our Jim McCabe reflects on his year in golf.

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My year in golf: Jeff Rude

Jeff Rude

A memorable 24 hours from a cross-country reunion got the year started on the right foot.

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My year in golf: Beth Ann Baldry

Beth Ann Baldry

From a California photo shoot with Ai Miyazato before her country's devastating earthquake to playing golf with gators (accidentally) to a whirlwind journey with Yani Tseng, our Beth Ann Baldry shares her year in golf.

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2011 in review: Top 10 Euro storylines

Top 10 Euro storylines

Alistair Tait: From Europe's dramatic win over the U.S. at the Solheim Cup to Luke Donald's mastery on both tours to Rory McIlroy's big win at the U.S. Open, it was a year to remember in Europe.

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My year in golf: Julie Williams

Little compares to a major championship, but lots unfolded on the entry levels of women's golf in 2011, too.

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Westwood leads in Thailand; Schwartzel 4 back

Masters champion Charl Schwartzel shot a second straight 6-under 66 on Saturday to move four strokes behind Lee Westwood at the Thailand Golf Championship.

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Thompson, 16, wins Dubai for 2nd career title

Thompson wins in Dubai

Lexi Thompson, 16, earned her second career victory Saturday at the Dubai Ladies Masters. She became the youngest winner on the LET, a record she already holds on the LPGA.

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Ogilvy battles wind for Aussie Masters lead

Geoff Ogilvy took a two-stroke lead Saturday in the Australian Masters, shooting an 8-under 63 on his boyhood course at Victoria Golf Club.

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Doctor who treated Woods avoids prison

A Canadian sports doctor whose stable of superstar athletes included golfer Tiger Woods avoided prison Friday for bringing unapproved and mislabeled drugs into the United States for house calls.