News for Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Tait on Hull's decision
After receiving criticism, the LGU extended an accommodation allowing Charley Hull to remain on the GB&I Curtis Cup team. Hull spoke with Golfweek on her decision to turn down the LGU's offer.
Nicklaus, Norman on Tiger
That was a preposterous question only a few years ago. But, on the eve of the Honda Classic, both Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman addressed the question that everyone seems to be asking.
Baldry on Stanford
Angela Stanford's win in Singapore is the first time this century an American women's player has won in Asia.
NBC Sports Group promoted producer Molly Solomon to serve as executive producer and senior vice president, production and operations, of its Orlando-based Golf Channel unit.
Hate to be Rude
A chance meeting with Mark Wilson and Lee Westwood (pictured) on the eve of the WGC-Accenture Match Play semifinals is the latest on a long list of off-course omens for Jeff Rude.
Tiger Woods had a terse exchange with a reporter - Golfweek senior writer Alex Miceli - over excerpts from former swing coach Hank Haney's book.
Tee times for the first round at the Honda Classic, slated to start on Thursday morning.
Inside the March 2, 2012 issue of Golfweek:
Kristen Park leaves USC
USC freshman Kristen Park has announced she will turn professional, leaving the Trojans with a roster of just five players.
John Ashworth took some time to discuss the merger of Pima Direct LLC and Linksoul and his involvement with the process.
Balicki on UNLV men
Ron Balicki: UNLV was a perennial power in the 1990s, but it has mostly been a pretender since the turn of the century. The 2011-12 version has a different story to tell, and they are about to be tested in a big way.
Tait on Ladies Golf Union
Is the Ladies' Golf Union's decision to ban Charley Hull from the GB&I Curtis Cup team short-sighted? Alistair Tait weighs in.
How well would you score on a golf vocabulary test? Ronnie Tumlin examines golf phrases ranging from the well-known to the obscure.
Ronnie Tumlin examines golf phrases ranging from the well-known to the obscure.