News for Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Alistair Tait: As a proud Scot, I should be jumping for joy at the thought of two of my compatriots in the World Golf Hall of Fame, but something is nagging at me. I have reservations about Colin Montgomerie’s induction.
From the miracle at Medinah to Rory McIlroy's worldwide dominance to Lydia Ko's performance at the World Amateur Team, it was a special year in Europe says our Alistair Tait.
The 83 players who have qualified and are expected to compete in the 77th Masters, to be played April 11-14 at Augusta National Golf Club. Players listed in only one category for which they are eligible.
Brennan Webb, a former PGA Tour caddie and most recently an assistant coach at the University of South Florida, was named assistant coach at Georgia Tech on Monday.
Behind junior Thanuttra Boonraksasat and freshman Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn, Kansas posted two victories in the fall and feels confident heading into the spring season.
Colin Montgomerie and Ken Schofield will join Fred Couples, Willie Park Jr. and Ken Venturi in the 2013 Hall of Fame class.
Golfweek will spend 10 days counting down the top amateur players of the past year. Who will be No. 1? Who else will make the list? Check back each day. Today: No. 5 Moriya Jutanugarn
Our Brentley Romine joined Golfweek mid-year, but experienced plenty in only six months, witnessing Andy Shim's big comeback, junior golfers' affinity for chocolate and raccoon setting up shop at a Florida junior tournament.
Texas Tech senior Kim Kaufman will take Golfweek's No. 1 ranking into the spring season, where great opportunities await the South Dakota native.
Golfweek lists its top 10 boys junior golfers of 2012. Today we bring you No. 2: Matt NeSmith.
Who climbed and who dropped in 2012? Through Dec. 31, Golfweek.com takes a look at players who made significant moves up or down in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index this year.
Si Woo Kim, the 17-year-old who graduated Q-School, is guaranteed at least one PGA Tour start before his 18th birthday. The Puerto Rico Open announced Tuesday that Kim has accepted a sponsor exemption to next year's event.