News for Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Captains' picks announced
Fred Couples and Greg Norman didn't shock anyone with their captains' picks for the 2011 Presidents Cup team, choosing the widely-predicted frontrunners. Jim McCabe
2011 Presidents Cup
The Internationals haven't won the Presidents Cup since 1998, the last time it was held at Royal Melbourne. Can they reverse the trend this year? Meet the team
2011 Presidents Cup
The U.S. Presidents Cup team is impressive from top to bottom. Take a look at Fred Couples’ squad, including how each did at the 2011 majors and individual outlooks:
Arkansas wins Conf. Challenge
Sean Martin: Arkansas went 2-for-2 in 2011 with a victory at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, while Chattanooga’s Stephan Jaeger captured medalist honors for the second time.
Virginia’s men shot 10-under 278 in the final round Sept. 27 to earn a victory at the VCU Shootout at Hermitage Country Club in Virginia finished at a school-record 27-under 837, seven shots better than runner-up East Carolina, which shot a final-round 281.
First a shot into the bleachers. Then a shot into the water. Somehow Bill Haas still walked away with $10 million. It was great theater for the PGA Tour.
The Baylor women’s golf team overcame a six-shot deficit in the final round Sept. 26 to win the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational at the University of New Mexico Championship Course.
As the season rolls on, so does another week of the good and the bad from the past week in college golf. It’s time once again for Thumbs up/Thumbs down.
Kent State rolled to the team title in the abbreviated Inverness Intercollegiate, but Dugan Murphy pulled off a hometown upset.
Bill Haas played his amazing shot out of the water with a Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled 60-degree lob wedge.
Inside the Sept. 30, 2011 issue of Golfweek:
Fantasy Tip Sheet
Chad Campbell and Nick Watney headline the field this week at the Justin Timberlake Shiners Hospitals for Children Open, the first event in the Fall Series. Fantasy Tip Sheet
previews the field for the third annual Asian Amateur Championship.
Defending champion Hideki Matsuyama highlights the field for the third annual Asian Amateur Championship, which begins Thursday at Singapore Island Country Club.