News for Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Follow the opening round
Tiger got blown out of the water on Thursday in Australia, but the Americans rallied to take a commanding 4-2 lead at the Presidents Cup. See how it happened with our Prez Cup Tracker!
Q&A with Mickey Wright
Beth Ann Baldry: In a rare interview, Mickey Wright talks about donating more than 200 artifacts to the USGA Museum, and how to build a perfect golf swing.
says the Southern Golf Association is reviving a must-play event from long ago.
Most people, myself certainly included, don’t remember the Southern States Four-Ball Championship. Simply put, it was before our time.
says Greg Chalmers is a Titleist guy with a Bobby Grace putter.
Greg Chalmers, winner of the recent Australian Open, carries 13 Titleist clubs and a Bobby Grace putter.
Golfweek has learned that Rife Putters, largely inactive for the past year, has reached an agreement to be sold to Innovex Golf.
introduces the 2011 class of GCAA Hall of Fame inductees.
What a grand and memorable night it will be for a half dozen men. I should know. It was only last year when I experienced it up close and personal.
Tiger Woods is moving from Dubai’s showcase tournament to make his debut in Abu Dhabi.
Members of England's male and female amateur golf associations have agreed to merge into a single governing body.
The Americans and the Internationals are even money among Las Vegas oddsmakers to win the Presidents Cup. Alex Miceli figured that into his own match-by-match analysis.
As affirmations go, this one was totally necessary. After all, Retief Goosen saying, “I’m very excited,” left you with a sense of relief.
Ishikawa, Els team works
Ryo Ishikawa and Ernie Els make up one of the more lopsided Presidents Cup partnerships in terms of experience. Jeff Babineau explains why it was the obvious pairing.
This is a “home” game for members of this year’s International Team, though four years from now that feeling could be enhanced significantly for South Koreans such as K.J Choi, Y.E. Yang, and K.T. Kim.