News for Thursday, August 30, 2012
Tom Watson will play in the Australian Open for the first time in nearly 30 years.
Cheyenne Woods captured her first victory as a professional, firing a 1-under 69 Thursday to cruise to a four-shot victory in a Suncoast Ladies Series event.
Webb Simpson won the Deutsche Bank Championship with his work on the 18th green in 2011. He barely even recognized the green when practicing on it on Thursday.
Two-time national champion Augusta State may soon be known as Georgia Regents University, and it has caused an uproar in the community.
New coach Emily Bastel and sophomore Camila Hedberg will lead a Gator team that is capable of contending at many events.
Gregory Bourdy of France shot an 8-under 63 to lead by two strokes after the rain-swept European Masters first round on Thursday, while U.S. teen Andy Zhang fires a 72.
Prince Edward Island gains a reputation for its golf, cuisine, scenery and, um . . . moonshine
Inbee Park is enjoying her best season to date after getting engaged to her longtime boyfriend two summers ago.
Senior Sally Watson and new coach Anne Walker will lead the Cardinal as they look to make a repeat visit to the NCAAs.
Honorable mention All-American Kevin Penner will lead the Runnin' Rebels into a season with high expectations despite the loss of Derek Ernst.
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The Spanish golf federation says Ramon Sota, the uncle of Seve Ballesteros and inspirational player of the 1960s and 70s, has died. He was 74.
A dozen PGA and LPGA touring pros - including Tiger Woods, Lexi Thompson and Rickie Fowler - played in the Notah Begay III Foundation fundraiser Wednesday with our Bradley S. Klein looping for Yani Tseng.