News for Thursday, November 22, 2012
The finals are set at the Polo Golf Junior Classic. The field was narrowed from eight boys and eight girls on Thursday to the final four players.
From Sedona and Flagstaff, the Pink Jeeps and the Red Rocks, driving the curves of Oak Creek Canyon and reveling in the kitsch of Route 66, and ultimately arriving at the Grand Canyon, Arizona has it all.
What would happen to anchoring if the USGA and R&A decide to outlaw it? Why the sudden interest? We take you through plenty of questions and provide you with our best answers.
According to the San Diego-based 10News television station, Tiger Woods will make his 2013 PGA Tour debut at the Farmers Insurance Open, a tournament that he has won six times.
PGA Tour players voice their concern and frustration about the proposed ban on anchoring.
Luke Donald shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday to lead Rory McIlroy and two others by one stroke after the opening round of the season-ending Dubai World Championship.
Let’s be honest: Golf could exist just fine with two sets of rules, one for touring pros and high-caliber amateurs, and another for the rest of us. Anchoring could be banned on the PGA Tour and other professional tours while remaining in play for normal amateurs.
The anchoring controversy reveals yet again the uneasy coexistence between governing bodies and manufacturers.