News for Monday, October 24, 2011
caught up with Pepperdine's Grace Na, who tied the NCAA 18-hole scoring record with a 9-under 63 in Las Vegas.
Grace Na hasn’t even been at Pepperdine a full year, but already she’s part of an elite club – and one that has greater significance as a member of the Wave.
Spieth closes in on 1st win
Ryan Lavner: Jordan Spieth has already had two chances to close out college golf tournaments, but hasn't gotten it done. With a four-shot lead, will Tuesday at Isleworth be the time?
Oklahoma State's Peter Uihlein is out of the Cowboys' lineup after asking for a 'break' says coach Mike McGraw.
Nicole Smith's diary
Golfweek.com blogger Nicole Smith clears the air about her TV persona from The Big Break Ireland.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
The PGA Tour player of the year race isn’t over yet.
Maginnes On Tap
It was a storybook ending for Luke Donald Sunday, but if a new rule change had taken effect nearly seven months ago at the Zurich, Webb Simpson could have had the money title wrapped up.
Stephanie Meadow won the individual title at the SEC/Pac-12 Championship, earning her fourth collegiate victory in just 15 starts with Alabama.
Alabama won the SEC/Pac-12 Championship for its first victory of the fall season.
Wong, the 2010 GCAA Player of the Year, posted rounds of 65-63-67 for an 18-under 195 to win the Alister MacKenzie Invitational by five shots over California's Max Homa.
New Mexico moved into the top 20 with a victory at the Lone Star Invitational at Briggs Ranch.
After more than 250,000 votes were cast, Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy have been selected to join Tiger Woods on the cover of EA Sports' Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13.
Not since the heady days of regular appearances by Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Arnold Palmer have so many top players decided to travel Down Under to play in three Australasian PGA tour events spread over six weeks.
says golfers worldwide will be on the same page with the latest edition of the Rules of Golf. In any language, these changes make sense.
Golfers worldwide will be on the same page with the latest edition of the Rules of Golf. In any language, these changes make sense.