News for Friday, August 17, 2012
Mika Miyazato and Sydnee Michaels shot 7-under 65s on Friday in 100-degree heat to share the first-round lead in the LPGA Tour’s Safeway Classic.
Jimmy Walker shot an 8-under 62 on Friday to top the leaderboard at 12 under in the Wyndham Championship.
Bernhard Langer topped the leaderboard at 7 under when first-round play in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open was suspended because of rain Friday.
Brittany Lincicome loves three-day tournaments and started with a 5-under 67 to sit two shots off the Safeway Classic lead on Friday.
Chris Williams may have lost in Friday’s U.S. Amateur quarterfinals, but he still received some good news: He clinched the 2012 Mark H. McCormack Medal.
Looking for an underdog to follow at the U.S. Amateur? Meet Steven Fox, who defeated World No. 1 amateur Chris Williams to reach the semifinals.
Jimmy Walker fired a 62 on Friday at the Wyndham Championship to leap into the lead as the second round moved into the afternoon wave.
U.S. Amateur quarterfinals
Cal teammates Michael Weaver and Brandon Hagy are into the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur. They could meet in the final.
Justin Thomas has struggled to get off to a good start at the U.S. Amateur, but he continues to finish in style, advancing with a 2-up victory.
Ping Anser forged irons seek consistent trajectory
The performance objective for the Anser forged iron is to raise the trajectory of the long irons and lower the trajectory of the short irons.
The Cow Pasture Golf Classic features men and women simply sidestepping cow patties to enjoy this tournament in Ben Hogan's hometown.
The next stop in 'dude ranch' revival: A much-anticipated Tom Doak design at Dismal River Club in Nebraska.
A celebration of links golf, vast dunesland and sublime silence just outside Omaha, Neb.
Baylor's new squad is young but full of enough international talent to repeat last season's success.
In Josh Gregory’s first season in Dallas, the Mustangs might have overachieved. Now this team wants more.