News for Monday, January 30, 2012


News 2012 January 30


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Arizona leads by two at 32nd Arizona Collegiate

32nd Arizona Collegiate

Arizona will take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the 32nd Arizona Collegiate, while Wildcats junior Juan Pablo Hernandez is in the hunt for the individual title. Our Ron Balicki reports from Tucson.

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Winner’s Circle: Jan. 23-29, 2012

See what the winners had in their bags this week.

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Chubby Chandler expanding ISM group

Chandler's ISM expanding

International Sports Management, the agency headed by Chubby Chandler, is spreading its influence to the United States. ISM has hired Steve Zika as its U.S.-based director of player relations.

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Maginnes On Tap: Fearing Tiger a thing of past

Maginnes On Tap: Tiger

Maginnes On Tap: Tiger isn't done winning, not by a long shot. But his days of intimidating other players into basically handing him titles are done. And players can thank Y.E. Yang for that.

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McCabe: Five biggest upset losses in Tiger's career

Tiger's biggest upset losses

Tiger Woods' loss to Robert Rock in Abu Dhabi was shocking, but it isn't unprecedented. Jim McCabe reflects on Tiger's five biggest upset losses.

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With grit and grace, Barbara Douglas championed golf

says Barbara Douglas lived for the game of golf, and it has more life because of her.

Barbara Douglas lived for the game of golf, and it has more life because of her. Beth Ann Baldry explains.

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Masters odds: McIlroy, Tiger at the top

Masters odds

It's never too early to start talking about the Masters, and our Alex Miceli says that Vegas oddsmakers are making Tiger Woods the early favorite. What about McIlroy?

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Wiggins (No. 28, 2013) commits to Auburn

has given a verbal commitment to Auburn.

Victor Wiggins of Gastonia, N.C., has made a verbal commitment to play college golf for head coach Nick Clinard at Auburn.

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Men's preview: Missouri Valley Conference

Men's preview: Missouri Valley

Missouri Valley Conference men's preview: Wichita State's Hunter Sparks won twice in the fall, and his coach says there is still untapped potential in the junior standout.

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Women's preview: Mid-American Conference

Women's preview: MAC

Mid-American Conference women's preview: Kent State has survived the graduation of Martina Gavier with the standout play of three seniors, including Mercedes Germino.