News for Monday, November 19, 2012
Defending champion Cory Whitsett (66-65) of Alabama and UNLV senior Kevin Penner (65-66) are your co-leaders after two rounds of the Western Refining All-America Golf Classic at El Paso Country Club.
The Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic gets underway Monday at El Paso Country Club. The 54-hole event is the all-star game of college golf, with the field limited to last year’s All-Americans, the U.S. Amateur champion and the Division II player of the year.
CME Group, title sponsor of the LPGA's CME Group Titleholders tournament, is investing in another of the tour's assets – not an event, but one of its players.
While Robby Shelton still hasn't chosen a college – Golfweek has learned he's deciding between Alabama and Auburn – there were plenty of top golfers who did during National Signing Day.
Nicole Morales of South Salem, N.Y., has given a verbal commitment to play college golf for Alabama, the defending national champion.
For any player who might be concerned that using a push cart on the golf course is considered uncool, thank the Oklahoma State women’s golf team for making a case for just the opposite.
The U.S. Golf Association says the 2016 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship will be held at Rolling Green Golf Club in Springfield, Pa., outside Philadelphia.
This week, Esther Lee is one of the old gals. She’s not even seven days removed from signing her letter of intent to join the Duke roster next fall. But she still has some unfinished business on the junior circuit, and her round of 3 under Monday was a great start.
Winner’s Circle: Nov. 12-18, 2012
The first sirens warning of rocket fire blared Thursday night as we sipped drinks before the Tel Aviv Maccabi basketball game. Fortunately, the room we were in doubled as a bomb shelter.
The first sirens warning of rocket fire blared Thursday night as we sipped drinks and passed hors d’oeuvres before the Tel Aviv Maccabi basketball game. Fortunately, the room we were in doubled as a bomb shelter. Still, it felt as though time stood still.
Stacy Lewis and Betsy King won the ISPS Handa Heroes, a nine-hole scramble event for charity that will air on Golf Channel on Nov. 21.
From the major strides that Ariya Jutanugarn has made with her language skills, to Matthew NeSmith's emotional send-off, the Rolex Junior All-America Awards Banquet was a fitting end to two brilliant junior careers.
Inside the Nov. 16-23, 2012 issue of Golfweek.