News for Monday, May 16, 2011


News 2011 May 16


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OK State’s Uihlein wins 2011 Hogan Award

Uihlein wins Hogan Award

Oklahoma State's Peter Uihlein won the 2011 Ben Hogan Award, then made an important announcement during's exclusive livecast from Colonial.

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Woods says he hopes to return for U.S. Open

Woods: Hopeful for U.S. Open

Tiger Woods said on his website Monday that he incurred no more damage to his left knee and Achilles' tendon and hopes to play next month's U.S. Open.

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Live! The 2011 Ben Hogan Award telecast

Live streaming from Colonial

Click here to tune into our live stream from tonight's Hogan Award at Colonial, where Patrick Cantlay, Peter Uihlein and Kevin Tway are vying for player-of-the-year honors.

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Kaua’i Lagoons will open renovated Ocean nine

Kaua’i Lagoons Golf Club plans to reopen the Kiele Moana (Ocean) nine May 23 following renovations to six holes and the addition of three others.

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Golf, spirits abound on Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Kentucky Bourbon Trail

There's a fine blend of spirits and golf worth savoring on Kentucky's Bourbon Trail. Steve Harmon explains.

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Rib injury to keep McCloskey out of nationals

says a lingering rib injury will sideline USC's Lisa McCloskey during the NCAA Championship.

A rib injury Lisa McCloskey suffered during the Pac-10 Championship will derail the USC junior’s entire postseason as she will sit out of the NCAA Championship this week at the Traditions Club in College Station, Texas.

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Bieber, 16, moves on to U.S. Open sectionals

Bieber eyes U.S. Open berth

Andrew Bieber can't confirm whether or not he's related to pop star Justin Bieber. One thing he does know is that he's one step away from a spot in the U.S. Open.

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Brazilian resort with Faldo design to begin construction

says Brazil is beginning to realize what many industry observers anticipated would be the dawning of a course-development era.

Buoyed by Rio de Janeiro’s hosting of the 2016 Summer Olympics, Brazil is beginning to realize what many industry observers anticipated would be the dawning of a course-development era.

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Winner’s Circle: May 9-15, 2011

See what the winners had in their bags this week.

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Colorado Golf Club acquired by members

Colorado Golf Club, which is slated to host the 2013 Solheim Cup, has been acquired by its membership.

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Northern Trust to sponsor Riviera stop through ’16

Northern Trust/Riviera deal

Northern Trust, which has supported the PGA Tour’s Los Angeles stop since 2008, announced it is extending its title-sponsorship role through 2016.

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Coaching vacancies bring familiar questions

offers a few suggestions for the current coaching vacancies in college golf.

It’s that time of the season – when talk begins about what jobs are open in college golf and who is going where. The big one right now is the vacancy at North Carolina. John Inman retired after 13 seasons, leaving this job open and setting it up to perhaps be the one that sets a few dominos in motion.

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Yellow Jackets long overdue for national glory

NCAA Regional Preview

Oft-overlooked Georgia Tech rides a sterling short game as the Yellow Jackets seek an elusive NCAA Championship. Sean Martin explains.

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Team of the Week: Nova Southeastern

Nova Southeastern won its third straight NCAA Division II National Championship, joining Rollins and Florida Southern as the only teams in history to win three consecutive national titles.

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Player of the Week: Taylor Collins, Nova Southeastern

The senior set an NCAA Division II National Championship scoring record with her 10-under 278.

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TONIGHT: Live stream of 2011 Hogan Award

Tonight: Hogan Award

College golf’s equivalent of the Heisman Trophy will be awarded tonight in Texas. Patrick Cantlay, Peter Uihlein and Kevin Tway are in the running for the top honor in college and amateur golf.

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The Players: Hanson moves into top 50

Hanson's T-19 crucial

Not that his small victory in any way matches the larger win by K.J. Choi, but Sweden’s Peter Hanson can feel good about his debut at The Players Championship.

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Player of the Week: Chris Morris, Centre College

Centre College senior Chris Morris shot four sub-par rounds, including a final-round 1-under 71 to finish four strokes better than 2010 champion Tain Lee of Claremont Mudd Scripps.

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Team of the Week: Greensboro College

Greensboro College won the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship for the first time since 2000 with a six-shot victory over Illinois Wesleyan.