News for Thursday, March 31, 2011


News 2011 March 31


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Jutanugarn kicks off Kraft alongside Gulbis

Jutanugarg at the Kraft

Ariya Jutanugarn, 15, is teeing it up this week at the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Julie Williams details her first round, which was played with LPGA star Natalie Gulbis.

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Lincicome, Lewis grab first-round Kraft lead

Brittany Lincicome and Stacy Lewis overcame the stifling desert heat for 6-under 66s Thursday, taking the first-round lead at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.

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Walker (63) ties course record, leads in Houston

Jimmy Walker tied the course record with a 9-under 63 on Thursday to take a two-shot lead over Josh Teater and Nick O’Hern after the first round of the Houston Open.

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New baby, approach help rejuvenate Hart

Hart's new approach

It took a baby and a carefree approach to golf for Marcy Hart to find her game. Beth Ann Baldry explains.

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Kim seeing instant results with new focus

says Mindy Kim's new focus is leading to instant results on the LPGA tour.

It’s been a few years, but Mindy Kim has seen success at Mission Hills. Kim is a local gal (she lives in nearby Diamond Bar) so it seems only fitting that her third stop in what’s shaping up to be a career-making season landed her at the Kraft Nabisco Championship this week.

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Lawrie takes early lead at Trophee Hassan II

Peter Lawrie of Ireland shot an 8-under 64 that included two eagles to take the first-round lead at the Trophee Hassan II on Thursday, two shots ahead of John Bickerton of England.

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Campbell (No. 38, 2012) commits to Tulane

has given a verbal commitment to Tulane.

Talia Campbell has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Tulane.

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Hak (No. 1, 2012) commits to Georgia Tech

has given a verbal commitment to Georgia Tech.

Shun Yat Hak, the top-ranked junior in the class of 2012, has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Georgia Tech.

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Wildman looks ahead: April 1-7

makes his picks for this week's top college golf events.

The season is starting to wind down, and a few teams need some great finishes to help their rankings. Let’s take a look at some big events happening this week as we wind down the regular season.

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College Notebook: A hectic yet heavenly month

Men's College Notebook

While his Florida teammates were playing their regular-season finale, Andres Echavarria nearly made history last weekend on the Nationwide Tour. Ryan Lavner explains.