News for Wednesday, May 18, 2011
UCLA, Altomare lead
Brittany Altomare might be quiet off the course, but the sophomore led an unassuming Virginia squad to second place during Round 1 of the NCAA Women's Championship.
NCAA Women's Championship
During the first round of the NCAA Women's Championship, Asher Wildman took his usual stroll around Traditions Club to get the lay of the land. Check back all week to get an insider's view of the national championship.
Washington’s Anya Alvarez
Washington’s Anya Alvarez has a message of hope and perseverance that offers strength on and off the golf course. Beth Ann Baldry explains.
Marta Silva Zamora feature
Despite a double bogey on the final hole, Georgia's Marta Silva Zamora, the top-ranked player in the country, is off to a strong start at the NCAA Women's Championship. Julie Williams reports.
K.J. Choi is giving $200,000 from his win at The Players Championship to help victims of the tornados that ravaged the southeastern United States.
says that K.J. Choi relied on Miura irons to win at the Players.
K.J. Choi relies on Miura irons to win The Players in a playoff against David Toms
Rude: Tiger making progress
The golf world is ready to label Tiger Woods as "done," but our Jeff Rude isn't ready to make that claim. He thinks Woods is making progress and isn't done winning, by any means.
Fantasy tips: Colonial
Being a Colonial member, Jason Day is getting plenty of love from our fantasy experts.
NCAA women notes
Wildman checks in from College Station, where he has three quick thoughts on the start of the NCAA Women's Championship.
Olle Bengtsson is the lone newcomer to Augusta State's Southeast Regional lineup that won it all last season.
Oregon in Southeast Regional
The jet-lagged Oregon men are 2,983 miles from home at the NCAA Southeast Regional, but brought memories of a bout of overconfidence in 2010.
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Stricker always lurking
With only three cuts missed since 2009, Steve Stricker is a model of consistency.