News for Monday, June 20, 2011
The Little People’s Golf Championships Association has announced the addition of Titan International as a co-title sponsor of the long-running tournament.
In a continuing push to expand its media exposure, the Asian Tour has partnered with Bloomberg Television to create a highlights show.
Matt Kuchar and Zach Johnson combined for a record-tying 13-under 58 on Monday to take the lead after the opening round at the CVS Caremark Charity Classic.
See what the winners had in their bags.
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says the FedEx St. Jude Classic’s business model generates money – and hope – for sick children.
After his victory at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, Harrison Frazar received a hefty check for more than $1 million before thousands in an admiring gallery.
Club-fitting series: Part VII
The 3-wood is the hardest club to design because of the double duty that many golfers expect it to serve. Tom Wishon has a simple solution: Don't use one. Click here to check out our new For Your Game microsite.
Derrey wins Tate & Lyle
Valentine Derrey earned her first professional victory June 17 by winning the LPGA Futures Tour's Tate & Lyle Players Championship.
Valparaiso University has announced the hiring of new head coaches for the men’s and women’s golf teams. David Gring will lead the men while Mat Blair takes the reins of the women’s program.
McGraw, Cantlay win awards
Even though Oklahoma State didn't win the national championship, Mike McGraw guided his Cowboys to many other victories. For that, he wins Golfweek's Coach of the Year award.
The Wildman breaks down the weekend in amateur golf, including a few surprise winners and a player who is falling off the Walker Cup radar.
Ariya Jutanugarn, of Bangkok, Thailand, shot 17-under 271 (67-68-69-67) at Sombery Golf Club in Byron, Minn., to win the Rolex Girls Junior Championship by four shots.
Billy Kennerly, of Alpharetta, Ga., shot 11-under 269 (63-69-67-70) at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C., to win the AJGA’s FootJoy Invitational by four shots.