News for Thursday, January 12, 2012
Big 12 Conference preview
Big 12 Conference men's preview: Missouri junior Jace Long, with the help of coach Mark Leroux, has fixed his biggest problem – short putts.
Sony Open notebook
Sony Open notebook: Bud Cauley continues to impress on the PGA Tour, firing a 4-under 66 on Thursday in Honolulu. He is 48 under in 33 Tour rounds as a professional.
Gore gets exemption
Jason Gore receives Northern Trust sponsor exemption after fans speak out on Twitter.
DeLaet leads Sony Open
Beset by back injuries for much of 2011, Graham DeLaet showed what he can do when fully healthy, shooting a 7-under 63 Thursday to lead the Sony Open.
Jutanugarns draw attention
The Jutanugarn sisters, world-beaters on the course, have come under USGA scrutiny after questions about amateur status were raised. Julie Williams reports.
Jaye Marie Green profile
Beth Ann Baldry: The No. 1 women’s amateur player is a fun-loving, 17-year-old Floridian with an eye on the Curtis Cup. Meet Jaye Marie Green.
Ireland's Damien McGrane and England's Jamie Elson each shot an 8-under 63 to share the lead in the rainy first round at the Joburg Open on Thursday.
Remember Tadd Fujikawa? The affable Hawaiian received a last-minute sponsor exemption into the Sony Open.
The best that Great Britain and Ireland have to offer.
La Quinta Resort hosts Golfweek's Senior Amateur in April.
says Northern Kentucky will have an uphill climb when it joins the Atlantic Sun in the fall.
Wildman's Corner: Northern Kentucky has been a perennial power at the Division II level, but its move to Division I and the Atlantic Sun Conference will test the Norse.
Big East Conference preview
Big East Conference women's preview: Christina Miller has made her change in scenery count, leading South Florida with two individual wins in the fall, making the Bulls a tough team to contend with.
Atlantic Sun Conference preview
Atlantic Sun Conference men's preview: The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are riding a four-event winning streak heading into the spring. Can they give North Florida a run at an NCAA bid?