News for Monday, May 23, 2011
Begay opens Firekeeper
With the opening of Firekeeper, Notah Begay III proposes a tribal model based on economic hope. Martin Kaufmann explains.
Long Drive Championship
The driver-challenged flock to the desert to hear Art Sellinger preach his long-drive gospel. James Achenbach reports.
Hall of Fame leadership is a wonderful thing. It’s even better when five Hall of Famers can follow that lead.
Citing back problems, Fred Couples has withdrawn from the Senior PGA Championship at Valhalla.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
After much consideration, see where the 2011 NCAA Women's Championship ranks on the Ringler Feel Test chart.
Silva Zamora wins POY
Marta Silva Zamora was named the Player of the Year on May 21 by the National Golf Coaches Association. The Georgia junior received the honor after finishing fourth at the NCAA Women’s National Championship.
SE Louisiana's Rhys West
Ryan Lavner has the heartbreaking and inspiring story of Rhys West, a sophomore at Southeastern Louisiana, who at NCAA regionals played with more than golf on his mind.
Withdrawal and weather were the early storylines today at the British Open International Final Qualifying America at Gleneagles Country Club.
LSU's Austin Ernst has been named one of four nominees for the 2010-2011 Honda Sports Award given to the nation's best women's college golfer.
David Toms hadn't won in more than five years. He was also a week removed from a tough playoff loss to K.J. Choi. But that all changed at Colonial.
With the NCAA Women’s Championship in the books, Wildman looks back on UCLA’s win at Traditions Club.
After stumbling over the final hurdle at the World Match Play Championship, Luke Donald may have given more ammunition to critics who claim he still lacks that ruthless edge when it matters most.
Tiger Woods has fallen to 12th in the world rankings, dropping out of the top 10 for the first time in 14 years.