News for Tuesday, December 6, 2011
The U.S. Golf Association has announced that Sycamore Hills Golf Club in Fort Wayne, Ind., will host the 2013 U.S. Girls’ Junior. It’s a familiar track for juniors after hosting the 2010 and ’11 Junior PGA Championships.
A breakdown of the 2011 PGA Tour Q-School graduates.
Key vote Dec. 6
Historic Sharp Park Golf Course, a legendary municipal layout owned and operated by San Francisco, could take a decisive step closer today toward being shut down.
Tiger Woods is back to his winning ways, and some of the best golfers in the world are relishing the chance to face him again.
Public Education: A crash course in great architecture just might help your game. Bradley S. Klein explains.
It’s imperative that a travel case protect your golf clubs, and it’s helpful if the sheer weight of the loaded case doesn’t rip your arm out of your shoulder socket as you lug it through parking lots and airports.
J.B. Holmes is improving after undergoing minor brain surgery in September, but the long-hitter still isn’t ready for competition. He withdrew from this week’s Shark Shootout in Naples, Fla.
Martin Kaufmann: Dorado Beach seeks to reclaim status among the Caribbean's best.
Year 2 of Founders Cup
The inaugural Founders Cup paid tribute to LPGA founders, but only had a "mock purse." An improved version for 2012 still honors pioneers – and pays out real cash.
Ben Crane revealed on his Twitter feed Monday that he has a torn labrum in his left hip but will attempt to play through the injury in 2012.