News for Monday, February 21, 2011
Match play contest
With the first match under way, so is our Match Play Challenge. Check back here to see how you stack up against the field!
Monday Top 5
He may not have been a favorite coming in, but San Diego's Kenneth McCready's solid play at the Battle at the Beach helped him earn medalist honors and vault up the college rankings.
Spieth wins HP Boys
Jordan Spieth capped his AJGA career in style Monday, pulling ahead during a wild stretch on the back nine to win the HP Boys Championship in his final AJGA start.
5 Things: Annika Invite
Julie Williams: Celine Boutier, a member of the French national team, held on for a hard-fought victory Monday in the AJGA Annika Invitational.
Island of Oahu
From the rainforest of Ko'olau to calm Ko Olina, the Island of Oahu delivers a big wow factor. Josh Sens explains.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
Match Play breakdown
Tiger Woods is 84-9 against Thomas Bjorn. Take a look at a breakdown of each of the WGC Match Play Championship's first-round matches.
says Annika Sorenstam will become a health advocate for The First Tee.
The First Tee has earned accolades for introducing America’s youth to golf and teaching them life skills. Now, with the help of Annika Sorenstam, it’ll provide them with health and wellness instruction, too.
Biershenk has new outlook
Tommy Biershenk, 37, finds himself back on the Nationwide Tour, but this time with a different outlook on life.
caught up with Jhared Hack to discuss his college and amateur days.
Asher Wildman reminisces about a college player and wonders how great he could have been.
The Sun Devils junior defeated a strong field at the Northrup Grumman Regional Challenge by two shots with rounds of 73-70-72. The victory moved Ciganda into the top 10 at No. 9 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings.
The Toreros senior posted rounds of 65-67-71 for a 7-under 203 total and a breakthrough victory at the Battle at the Beach.
The Cyclones didn’t win the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, but they sure made a statement.
The Bruins, led by runner-up Patrick Cantlay and third-place Connor Driscoll, posted a 1-over 351 in the final round to come from behind and win the Battle at the Beach by three shots over San Diego in Newport Coast, Calif.