News for Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Tiger Woods leads the PGA Tour in victories (three), scoring average (68.91) and FedEx Cup points, but he’s hardly a lock for Player of the Year entering the playoffs.
It doesn’t seem that long ago when Tiger Woods was the top seed going into the playoffs. Now the focus returns to him.
Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.
Ian Poulter is a lock to make the European Ryder Cup team, but there are a pair of names that are vying for the second wild-card spot.
says LPGA Founder Louise Suggs, 88, says she was a 'good startled' when she heard that Augusta National had admitted two female members.
LPGA Founder Louise Suggs, 88, says she was a 'good startled' when she heard that Augusta National had admitted two female members.
Web.com Tour notebook: Russell Henley is making a late-season push for a PGA Tour card with a flurry of solid finishes.
While the European Tour hosts the Johnnie Walker, its stars have stayed in the U.S. to play The Barclays.
After a season during which the Ducks had six victories, Oregon returns a team laden in freshmen and sophomores.
With former NCAA champ Austin Ernst gone suddenly, Madelene Sagstrom will try to keep LSU in the SEC race.