News for Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Bruins win in Hawaii
With Lee Lopez in the lead, UCLA ended its fall season with another win at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational. The victory is the third for the Bruins in four starts.
Charles Schwab Cup points leader Tom Lehman’s right knee gave him so much trouble last year that several close friends suggested he undergo replacement surgery.
Canadians Garrett Rank and Mackenzie Hughes rallied after a bogey-bogey start to the Spirit International Amateur on Wednesday, birdieing 10 of the next 16 holes.
McIlroy on ISM parting
Rory McIlroy broke his silence Wednesday about parting ways with agent Chubby Chandler, but left unanswered the big question: Why?
Steve Lim led USC to a four-shot victory Wednesday at the Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle. With the victory, USC ended Oregon's three-tournament winning streak.
Playing the mini-tours is more difficult than it might seem. Just ask a few recent college standouts.
Thanks to a 1-2 finish from Nicole Vandermade and Madison Pressel, the Texas women’s team won its Betsy Rawls Invitational on Wednesday.
Cathrea's unique training
Casie Cathrea is up at 4:30 a.m. most days for a training program that includes workouts and live video streaming with her coaches around the country. How's that for preparation?
Jiyai Shin will call it a season after this week’s Mizuno Classic.
has given a verbal commitment to Oklahoma State.
Casie Cathrea has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Oklahoma State.
Asher Wildman doles out his weekly thumbs up and thumbs down awards.
Tseng's unique invite
Yani Tseng, playing with the men? It could happen at the 2012 Puerto Rico Open, as the tournament's general chairman tells Golfweek he'll extend an exemption to the LPGA star.
Unique college tourney
In a tournament that Brandon Goethals says will 'revolutionize college golf,' Rickie Fowler and other pro golfers may team up with a current player from their alma mater at 'The Rivalry.'
NBA labor issues will keep Michael Jordan from going to Australia to be an assistant captain for the U.S. team at the Presidents Cup.
has given a verbal commitment to UMKC.
Sandra Lee of San Antonio has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Missouri-Kansas City.
says two weeks ago, Bobby Gates narrowly missed retaining his Tour card. On Thursday, he'll take a break from Q-School to tee it up in one of the most lucrative tournaments of the year in China.
Two weeks ago, Bobby Gates narrowly missed retaining his Tour card. On Thursday, he'll take a break from Q-School to tee it up in one of the most lucrative tournaments of the year in China.
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