News for Friday, November 16, 2012
Jordan Spieth failing to qualify was the biggest story of the day, but not far behind was Patrick Reed sharing medalist honors at Redstone and Hank Kuehne's double that left him without an invitation to California.
Ai Miyazato of Japan kept telling herself to be patient and the putts would start falling. It all came together Friday at the Titleholders, where she felt as if she couldn't miss until her final putt dropped for an 8-under 64 and a one-shot lead.
Jordan Spieth’s first Q-School attempt came to an end Friday, ensuring that he won’t earn a PGA Tour card this year. The biggest question surrounding the Texas sophomore is when he’ll start pursuing his PGA Tour card in 2013.
Jacqui Concolino was once a promising college star with eyes on the LPGA tour. But a poor senior season sent her away from the game. She since has found her way back through rounds as a caddie and friendly wagers.
California coach Steve Desimone -- truly one of the good guys in college golf -- will be the first college golf coach to receive the Jack Lemmon Award.
Takes a goodwill tour to Israel, discovering its passion for golf and challenges to grow the game.
Adam Schupak takes a goodwill tour to Israel, discovering its passion for golf and challenges to grow the game.
Barely six months have passed since the Mount St. Mary’s men’s golf team claimed its first Northeast Conference Championship title in program history. Now the school will cut both golf teams.
Henrik Stenson opened a four-shot lead at the South African Open with a second-round 65 before play was suspended for the day because of an electrical storm with much of the field yet to finish.
For more than 35 years it has been the showcase of the stars -- those currently within the collegiate ranks and those whose future takes them to the highest level in professional golf. The event’s catch phrase is “Where Legends Get Started” and it truly lives up to that billing.
The golf industry isn’t growing, so course operators are left to fight for market share. The operators who master the basics of consumer loyalty marketing will be fine.
The golf industry isn’t growing, so course operators are left to fight for market share. The operators who master the basics of consumer loyalty marketing will be fine. The rest will continue to experience a slow, steady decline.
Overnight leader Matthew Guyatt of Australia shot a 3-under 69 Friday to maintain his two-shot lead after the second round of the Australian Masters.
Hong Kong Open leader Michael Campbell says it will be easier for him to end a seven-year winless drought after defending champion Rory McIlroy missed the cut at the Hong Kong Open on Friday.