News for Tuesday, October 16, 2012


News 2012 October 16


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Cal claims fourth team title with MacKenzie runaway

Cal earned another victory this season, its fourth in a row this fall, with a 20-shot routing at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational. The Golden Bears were a collective 46-under par through three rounds at the Meadow Club in Fairfax, Calif.

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D-3 Invite: Methodist, St. John's (Minn.) prevail

Methodist University overcame an eight-shot deficit in the final-round of the Golfweek Division III Fall Invitational to win by six strokes at Baytowne Golf Club. St. John's (Minn.) won the men's division.

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At beautiful Sea Island, the focus is on Tour status

Few golf courses, let alone practice areas, offer better views than the driving range of Sea Island Resort. The Atlantic Ocean is in view to golfers’ left and as they watch their tee shots settle off in the distance.

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Alabama earns first fall victory at Jerry Pate

Jay Seawell’s Alabama team delivered a favorable gift on Tuesday for his birthday: a team victory at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate. The title is Alabama’s first this fall.

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Moodie to captain Euros at 2013 Jr. Solheim Cup

Janice Moodie of Scotland has been selected to captain the European Junior Solheim Cup team in 2013.

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AJGA names Rolex Junior All-America teams

The AJGA has announced its list of 48 boys and 48 girls who have earned Rolex Junior All-American honors.

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Race for the top 125 on Tour's money list heats up

From Davis Love III looking at his 27th consecutive top 125 to the likes of Arjun Atwal and Gary Woodland fighting to get inside that magic number, the PGA Tour's money list has plenty of storylines.

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Stasi wins fourth career U.S. Women's Mid-Am title

With her fourth career victory at the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur on Oct. 11, Meghan Stasi joined Ellen Port as the only four-time champions of the event.

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Hall, Lee boost resumes with AJGA Ping title

Gavin Hall won the Ping Invitational, the second AJGA Invitational victory of his career, on Oct. 8, but to do it he had to go head-to-head with a Junior Ryder Cupper.