News for Sunday, May 27, 2012
U.S. Open sectionals
Brendan Jones shot 10 under to lead five other U.S. Open qualifiers out of the Japan sectional.
Iowa State senior Nate McCoy locked up playing privileges at Canadian Tour Q-School before the NCAA postseason.
2012 NCAA Championship
Our Lance Ringler breaks down the field, including five teams to watch and who might overachieve this week at the NCAA Championship.
5 Things: Donald wins
5 Things: Luke Donald claimed world No. 1 for the first time at the BMW PGA Championship in 2011. On Sunday, he ascended to golf's top spot again with another victory at Wentworth.
5 Things: Colonial
5 Things: Zach Johnson - despite an odd, post-round two-stroke penalty - won his second Colonial title Sunday in what turned out to be a match-play style afternoon with the red-hot Jason Dufner.
Roger Chapman won the Senior PGA Championship, holding on for a two-stroke victory after leading comfortably throughout the final round Sunday.
Sure, Oklahoma State won't be at Riviera this year. But let's learn more about who will be at the NCAA Championships . . .
Oklahoma State won't be at Riviera this year, but let's learn more about who will be at the NCAA Championship . . .
Luke Donald held off Justin Rose to win the BMW PGA Championship for the second straight year Sunday and overtake Rory McIlroy for the No. 1 ranking.
Balicki on NCAA field
Check out how our Ron Balicki breaks down the field, from which team is a "best bet" to which ones will need to "wish upon a star" this week at the NCAA Championship in Pacific Palisades, Calif.
NAIA All-America team
Julian Taylor of WIlliams Woods leads 11 golfers on the NAIA Ping All-America first team.
Ernie Els has apologized for his expletive-laced outburst about the condition of the greens at Wentworth at the BMW PGA Championship.