News for Sunday, October 9, 2011
Argentina's Miguel Carballo won the Children's Hospital Classic on Sunday for his second career Nationwide Tour title, making three eagles in an 8-under 64 en route to a two-stroke victory.
Molder wins Frys.Com Open
Bryce Molder made a critical birdie putt on the 72nd hole and then outlasted Briny Baird in a six-hole playoff to win his first career PGA Tour title.
Interesting round for Tiger
Jeff Rude: On a day highlighted by a barrage of early birdies and a crazy fan flinging a hot dog at him on the seventh green, Tiger Woods showed progress at the Frys.com Open.
A fan has been arrested for running toward the seventh green and throwing a hot dog in the direction of Tiger Woods during the final round of the Frys.com Open.
says it doesn’t matter that the victory was in South Korea. Rickie Fowler’s win confirmed that the PGA Tour has a star on its hands.
Sean Martin:It doesn't matter that the victory was in South Korea. Rickie Fowler's win - over friendly rival Rory McIlroy, to boot - confirmed that the PGA Tour has a star on its hands.
Ratner leads D-3 Invite
After a win at the Division III Preview, Noah Ratner is brimming with confidence. He showed it Sunday at the Golfweek Fall Invitational, taking the Round 1 lead.
LSU broke out of a final-round tie with Alabama and captured its second title of the season, winning the Tar Heel Invitational by four strokes on Sunday.
Follow his fourth round
Tiger Woods gave the leaders something to think about early, making his turn at 4 under, but bogeys at Nos. 2 and 5 seemed to take the wind out of his sails. He finished with a third-straight 68. BLOG.
Ga. Tech wins Brickyard
After a slow start to the season, Georgia Tech got back on track at the Brickyard Collegiate.
Brad Faxon won the Insperity Championship without hitting a shot on Sunday, when heavy rain forced the Champions Tour to end the event after 36 holes.
Lee Slattery of England held on to win the Madrid Masters on Sunday, his double bogey on the final hole good enough for a one-stroke victory that gave him his first title in seven years on the European Tour.
Tseng wins again
Top-ranked Yani Tseng won the LPGA Hana Bank Championship on Sunday for her sixth LPGA Tour victory of the season and 10th overall title of the year, shooting a 5-under 67 to edge Na Yeon Choi by a stroke.
Fowler wins in Korea
Rickie Fowler won the OneAsia Tour's Korea Open on Sunday for his first professional title, closing with a 3-under 68 for a six-stroke victory over U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy.