News for Friday, September 14, 2012
As the Michigan State men's golf team plays six solid days of golf, twin brothers and co-captains Dave and Dan Ellis will blog about the journey.
Despite having its practice routine interrupted by Hurricane Isaac, Tulane finished runner-up in its opening tournament of the fall.
Cobra Baffler Hybrid Iron and Combo set
The Baffler, introduced in 1975, has become something of an iconic utility club. For early 2013 models, the name applies to two different configurations of club sets.
Officials sent 18 players off on Friday morning despite high-wind conditions. And after balls started moving around on the green, those same officials have decided to wipe the Friday slate clean upon resumption of the tournament.
Tour Edge Exotics CB5 fairway woods offer titanium face
The latest in the CB series, the Tour Edge Exotics CB5 fairway wood employs an SP700 titanium face for improved rebound properties.
TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter seeks high stability
The TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter, with a slant hosel and multi-material head, is designed to be a high-stability putter.
The Odyssey ProType Black putters feature soft, milled head
The Odyssey ProType Black putters are available in three models, each with a soft, milled, carbon-steel head.
Golfers' demands for footwear performance never have been higher. And shoemakers have responded by creating shoes that tackle just about every need. Here's a look at some of the new offerings.
Peter Uihlein followed his sizzling first-round, 9-under 63 with a 2-under 70 on Friday to move into a three-way tie for the lead at the Kazakhstan Open.
Florida’s season-opening victory at the Cougar Classic was about sticking to the plan. Head coach Emily Bastel says that was the goal at the beginning of the day, and her players never wavered.
has given a verbal commitment to Loyola-Maryland.
Connor Flach of Ellicot City, Md., has given a verbal commitment to play for Loyola University of Maryland in the fall of 2013. Flach attends Centennial High School, and also made unofficial visits to Towson, High Point and James Madison.