News for Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Mystique of Pebble Beach
At Pebble Beach, the ripple effects of a stunning landscape help make waves with the USGA. Jim McCabe explains.
Francesco Molinari of Italy says he will play in the Match Play Championship.
Phil Mickelson was planning a Spanish menu for the Champions Dinner at the Masters to honor two-time champion Seve Ballesteros until realizing the Spaniard was not healthy enough to travel.
Coastal Carolina wins
After a tense final hour, Coastal Carolina escaped with a one-stroke victory Tuesday in the UCF Challenge. Julie Williams reports.
D.A. Points provided the most recent example of a winner sticking with old favorites.
Alabama wins Puerto Rico
Freshman Stephanie Meadow led top-ranked Alabama to a five-shot victory Feb. 15 at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, its third team title of the season.
Bahamas, Florida buck trends
Projects in the Bahamas and Florida buck recent development trends. Martin Kaufmann explains.
says Jim Engh fell hard for the untamed Irish style, and that's evident in his own work.
Much of Jim Engh’s formative time as a course architect was spent in Ireland, which probably would come as a surprise to many people familiar with some of his more mind-bending designs. He fell hard for the untamed Irish style, and says he has tried to bring that same no-holds-barred spirit to his own work.
Unlike other sports that report disciplinary actions and fines handed down by a league against a player, the major professional golf tours have been reluctant to do so.
Northern Trust Open picks
This week the PGA Tour heads to Riviera Country Club for the Northern Trust Open. See whom our Golfweek experts are picking.
PGA champion Martin Kaymer and 17-year-old Matteo Manassero have accepted exemptions to play in the Transitions Championship at Innisbrook during the Florida swing.
Starting with the Honda Classic in March, fans at PGA Tour events will have select areas to use phones, which must be kept on silent.
says that Cutter & Buck is playing to the "lifestyle" trend with its 2011 clothing line.
Ashley Crain says that Cutter & Buck is playing to the "lifestyle" trend with its 2011 clothing line.
caught up with former Duke standout and current mini-tour player Adam Long.
Meet recent Duke grad Adam Long, who had a strong career with the Blue Devils, during which he had 22 career top-20 finishes and graduated second on the school’s career stroke-average list.