News for Tuesday, June 28, 2011
says a competition at Bandon Dunes highlights players with differing links-golf experience.
Sally Watson arrived at Bandon Dunes, turned to her father, Graham, and said: “I can’t believe we just traveled 25 hours and it pretty much looks like we could’ve driven five minutes.”
Everything in Tom Lewis’ life seems to be golden at the moment; for 2005 U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell, it’s just the same old brass.
Cabbage to Charlotte
Ryan Cabbage, a longtime assistant with the men’s and women’s teams at Auburn, has been tabbed to lead the men’s program at Charlotte.
Tiger Woods still rehabbing
Tiger Woods said Tuesday at Aronimink that he is making progress in his recovery from left-leg injuries, but won’t return to competition until he is fully healthy. Sean Martin reports.
Maybe the 65 that David Paeglow shot in the first round of last year’s PGA Professional National Championship was exactly what he didn’t need.
Tiger Woods will hold a news conference Tuesday at Aronimink Golf Club near Philadelphia, site of this week’s AT&T National, where he is expected to discuss his future plans.
James Achenbach with news and notes from the equipment trailer at the Travelers Championship.
MSU's Puryear resigns
Sam Puryear, who has been the head coach at Michigan State for the past four years, has resigned to care for an ailing family member.
Tip Sheet: AT&T National
A week after losing by one at the Travelers Championship, Ryan Moore is a popular pick to hoist the trophy this week at Aronimink. Who else could win at the AT&T National?
Seve Ballesteros’ legacy certainly won’t be limited to the golf course.
explains why Emma Talley left Sunriver, Ore., before the Tournament of Champions ever began.
Emma Talley left Sunriver, Ore., before the Tournament of Champions ever began thanks to a U.S. Women's Open invite.