News for Saturday, July 30, 2011
Patrick Rodgers made an improbable comeback in the 53rd Porter Cup at Niagara Falls Country Club, erasing a seven-shot deficit with eight holes to play to defeat Wesley Bryan on the first playoff hole.
U.S. Senior Open
Everyone else seems to be afraid to admit it: Inverness is playing too easy for the U.S. Senior Open. Period.
Kim leads at Greenbrier
Anthony Kim shot an 8-under 62 Saturday to take a one-stroke lead after the third round of the Greenbrier Classic.
Unflappable Olin Browne fought off the heat to shoot a 65 and forge a two-shot lead over Mark O'Meara through Saturday's third round of the U.S. Senior Open.
Tseng on fire at British
She might be two shots off the pace, but Yani Tseng seems poised to make a run at her fifth major title on Sunday at Carnoustie.
Masson retains British lead
It will be David vs. Goliath on Sunday at Carnoustie, with Caroline Masson (David) holding a two-shot lead over Yani Tseng (Goliath). Will Masson's nerves hold up in only her second major?
David Howell, Richard Green and Simon Dyson are in a three-way tie at the Irish Open. Homegrown stars Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell fell out of contention with 72s on a wet, windy third round of play on Saturday.
No fan love at British
The Scots may be golf mad, but they don’t seem too mad for the $2.5 million Ricoh Women’s Open. That much is obvious from the muted response fans have given to the arrival of the elite of women’s golf in the final major of the year.
Fashion blog: Women's British
From Morgan Pressel's elegance to Paula Creamer's color coordination, the Women's British Open is a fashion show.