News for Friday, June 10, 2011

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Karlsson grabs 3-stroke lead with 65 in Memphis

Robert Karlsson fired a 5-under 65 to vault into the lead at the St. Jude Classic, giving him a legitimate opportunity to pick up his first PGA victory.

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Long, Bedford tied at Sunnehanna Amateur

Jace Long and Lee Bedford are tied atop the leaderboard at the 58th Sunnehanna Amateur in Johnstown, Pa.

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LPGA's Kim making case to turn pro early

With each week that passes on the LPGA, however, Mindy Kim, 21, builds her case for turning pro early. She’s currently leading the State Farm Classic, two strokes ahead of Yani Tseng and Shanshan Feng.

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Westwood among sports stars honored by Queen

Lee Westwood, horse trainer Henry Cecil and two cricketers from England's victorious Ashes team are among the sports figures honored by Queen Elizabeth II in her birthday list.

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2011 U.S. Open: Inside Congressional

2011 U.S. Open preview: From photos of Congressional's first five honorary presidents to the 36 holes of championship golf, Congressional is packed with something for everyone.

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Mindy Kim maintains LPGA Tour lead

Mindy Kim maintained her two-stroke lead in the LPGA State Farm Classic, following her opening career-low 64 with a 5-under 67 on Friday to reach 13 under.

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Tee Times: Thursday-Friday at U.S. Open

The USGA announced its early-round pairings late Friday, and the world's top three players - Luke Donald, Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer - are in the same group. To top it off, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson will play together. The full listings . . .

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Congressional's makeover perfect for U.S. Open

After its third closure for reconstructive surgery in the past 21 years, Congressional Country Club’s Blue Course sports a thematically unified parkland look that should hold up well in the face of the capital’s stifling summer heat, just in time for next week’s U.S. Open.

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Tway shoots 63 to take Champions Tour lead

Bob Tway birdied the 18th hole for a 9-under 63 and a one-stroke lead Friday after the first round of the Champions Tour's Greater Hickory Classic.

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Clinard to remain at helm of Auburn program

Nick Clinard has decided to remain as the head coach at Auburn, despite rumors that he would take an open head coaching position at North Carolina. Clinard recently signed a new deal with Auburn to remain at the helm of the golf prgoram.

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Rock takes solo Italian Open lead with 68

Robert Rock shot a 4-under 68 to take a one-shot lead over Chris Wood and Joost Luiten after the second round of the Italian Open on Friday.

College combines expanded to include Midwest

The College Golf Combines have been expanded to include a Midwest Combine, and the year will conclude with a College Golf Coaches' Convention Combine in December.

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Voetsch (No. 137, 2012) commits to Vanderbilt

John Voetsch of New Vernon, N.J., has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Vanderbilt.

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U.S. maintains lead over Europe at Palmer Cup

The United States maintained a 4.5-3.5 lead over Europe during foursomes at the Palmer Cup Friday morning, played at the Stanwich Club in Greenwich, Conn.

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Beisiegel maintains life on men's, women's tours

Isabelle Beisiegel made history last month as the first woman to earn status on a men's professional tour. Julie Williams says that doesn't mean Beisiegel doesn't have plenty of women's golf to keep her busy.

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Bratton named head women's coach at OK State

Alan Bratton (right) has been selected as the new head women's golf coach at Oklahoma State. Bratton spent the past seven years as an associate head coach for the Cowboys.

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Golfweek Women's All-Americans 2011

Golfweek Women's All-Americans 2011

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Golfweek Men's All-Americans 2011

Golfweek Men's All-Americans 2011

Junior Notes: Galdiano, 12, makes Women's Open

Mariel Galdiano, 12, became the third-youngest in history to qualify for the U.S. Women's Open, which will be played at the lengthy Broadmoor in Colorado Springs.

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Ishikawa apologizes for license incident

Ryo Ishikawa departed for the U.S. Open on Friday after apologizing to fans and sponsors for driving with an international driver's license that wasn't valid in Japan.

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Barkley considers playing lefty at Tahoe event

It’s hard to tell sometimes when Charles Barkley is joking, but it’s also hard to watch him play golf. So was he serious when he said he would consider playing lefty at next month's Lake Tahoe celebrity event?

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Tait: Lack of U.S. players at British Am a shame

The British Amateur is noticeably lacking in U.S. players, and the championship will suffer because of it.

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