News for Monday, January 16, 2012
Annika Invite: Janie Jackson
Janie Jackson can pound the ball better than most on the junior girls circuit. So why hasn't the blonde bomber garnered headlines? She says it is all about her chipping and putting. And horrible timing, says our Ryan Lavner.
Alison Lee wins Annika Invite
Alison Lee finally can add an invitational title to her already impressive resume, crushing the field at the Annika Invitational at Reunion Resort in Florida.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
Ted Potter's debut
Sean Martin: Ted Potter Jr. finished 13th at the Sony Open and was the low finisher among the 24 rookies in the first full-field event of the PGA Tour season.
Big Sky Conference preview
Big Sky Conference women's golf preview: Carleigh and Chelsea Silvers are just one of the four pairs of sisters that have played for Northern Colorado over the past six seasons.
First, it was Johnson Wagner. Then it was Rickie Fowler on Sunday. Is there a mustache trend on Tour? Here is what some players would look like with a 'stache . . .
Wildman's Corner: St. John's
Wildman's Corner: St. John's normally doesn't roll off the tongue as a college golf powerhouse. But, alumnus Keegan Bradley is changing that outlook for the Red Storm.
Big East Conference preview
Big East Conference men's golf preview: South Florida and coach Chris Malloy are making noise despite a deep conference and running into plenty of competition on the recruiting trail.
Maginnes on Tap: Stricker
Will Steve Stricker go down as one of the best players never to win a major? Maybe, as he isn't 'one of those guys.'