News for Monday, March 12, 2012
Callaway CEO Chip Brewer
Known for grinding out market-share gains, Chip Brewer, Callaway's new CEO, has been charged to rejuvenate the iconic brand.
The European Tour has announced how it will select the six boys and six girls who will compete against the Americans in this summer’s Junior Ryder Cup.
See what the winners had in their bags this week.
North Florida won its third event of the season Monday, narrowly clipping East Carolina at the General Hackler Championship.
is thinking about postseason ... even if it is still a couple of months away.
So what if postseason is still a couple of months away? Lance Ringler's head already is filled with talk of magic numbers, match-play brackets and the race for Player of the Year.
Marilynn Smith: Trailblazer
The first stateside event on the LPGA tour schedule, this week's RR Donnelley Founders Cup, will pay tribute to trailblazers such as Marilynn Smith. Beth Ann Baldry says it's well deserved.
The number of courses per state varies based on course supply, population and level of play; includes daily-fee layouts and courses accessible via resorts.
The Aztecs junior opened a wire-to-wire victory at the Bruin/Wave Invitational with a 4-under 68 and finished with a 3-over 219 total for a four-shot victory.
The Waves held off a charging top-ranked UCLA team at the Bruin/Wave Invitational on March 6 to win its first major tournament title since last spring’s UNLV Spring Invitational.
The Rebels senior entered the final 18 holes five shots behind second-round leader Logan McCracken of Texas Tech.
Trailing California by six strokes at the start of the day, the Rebels shot the best final-round team score, a 5-over 293, to edge the Golden Bears, who shot 12-over 300, by a shot March 11 at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters.