News for Sunday, September 30, 2012
Europe has reclaimed the Ryder Cup, coming back from a 10-6 deficit on the final day. Martin Kaymer made a 5-foot par putt on No. 18 to clinch Europe’s 14th point.
Missouri and senior Jace Long won for the third time in three tries this season Sept. 30 at the Champs/Patriot Intercollegiate.
New Mexico dominated its home event, and Lobos sophomore Gavin Green got his first collegiate victory Sept. 29 at the William H. Tucker Invitational.
Rory McIlroy needed a police escort to arrive at Medinah with 11 minutes to spare before his match against Keegan Bradley., but the lack of warm-up time didn’t impact his play, winning 2 and 1.
After the dramatic, come-from-behind victory by the European team at the Ryder Cup on Sunday, there were plenty of standout quotes from both sides.
Paul Brown has found a way to build a competitive college golf team on a shoestring budget.
The three 40-somethings on the U.S. squad failed at the most crucial of moments, with all three fumbling away chances to score points on the final two holes at Medinah.
Mark Bemowski, 66, was among the match-play qualifiers at USGA Senior Amateur on Sunday.
Meet the Symetra Tour graduates to the LPGA tour . . .
Victoria Elizabeth emerges from an abusive upbringing to earn her 2013 LPGA tour card says our Beth Ann Baldry.
The U.S. needed only 4.5 points to reclaim the Ryder Cup on Sunday, but the Europeans rallied in singles to retain the crown. See how it happened.
Top collegiate honors at the Women's World Amateur Team Championship, which concluded Sunday, go to Florida sophomore Camilla Hedberg.
A look at the 13 teams participating in this year’s Golfweek Division II Fall Invitational, which begins Monday at Crosswater in Sunvriver, Ore.
Golfweek.com's "Shoe Month" continues to showcase the latest and greatest. Here's another sampling of new offerings.
The final round of the World Amateur Team Championship confirmed two things: Lydia Ko is without doubt the undisputed world’s No. 1 amateur, and the strength of Korean golf shows no sign of abating.