News for Friday, September 21, 2012
Monday qualifier and former Oklahoma State player Morgan Hoffmann leads after two rounds of the WNB Golf Classic.
Former San Diego State standout Todd Baek had a rough summer trying to adapt to a swing change, but it all seemed to click over the past four weeks and it resulted in an 11-under 25 at Salt Creek Golf Club.
Sean Dale fractured his left ring finger four days before his PGA Tour Q-School pre-qualifier, but despite the injury, he advanced to the next stage.
Notebook: Tiger Woods fires a 73 after struggling off the tee, while Bo Van Pelt quietly continues to hang around the top of the leaderboard.
Jim Furyk penciled in nine 3s in his opening 11 holes en route to a record-breaking 6-under 64 to take the 36-hole lead at the Tour Championship.
Rory McIlroy came to East Lake Golf Club on top of the FedEx Cup playoff standings, and his plan is to stay there, even if it means protecting his position on Sunday afternoon and losing an opportunity to win the Tour Championship.
Take a look at the third-round tee times for the Tour Championship at East Lake.
Dustin Johnson had to make a call to the caddie bullpen on Friday, as his normal looper Bobby Brown exited with a back injury, and longtime friend Cameron Hooper climbed over the ropes to take over the duties.
Lexi Thompson is calling on good memories and a newfound confidence in her putter as she takes a one-shot lead into the weekend at the Navistar LPGA Classic.
Tiger Woods went backward on Friday at East Lake, firing a 3-over 73 to fall six shots back of leader Jim Furyk at the Tour Championship. See how it happened.
British Amateur champion Alan Dunbar was among the 48 players who advanced to the second stage of European Tour Q-School.
Lauren Stephenson of Lexington, S.C., has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Clemson.
Arizona State's season-opening victory at the Dale McNamara Invitational carried extra meaning for head coach Melissa Luellen.
Golfers' demands for footwear performance never have been higher. And shoemakers have responded by creating shoes that tackle just about every need. Here's another round of new offerings.