Byron Nelson called it a trance. The contemporary usage is zone. Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods seem to find it frequently.
Mizuno is about to introduce four new iron models, and golfers might be surprised by what they see, says James Achenbach.
Cheyenne Woods’ first attempt at qualifying for the LPGA tour ended early. The recent Wake Forest graduate returned a second-round 2-over 74 on Wednesday at LPGA International’s Legends course.
Black Diamond Ranch, a residential community located 75 miles north of Tampa, has begun renovations to its clubhouse and 45 Tom Fazio-designed golf holes.
Much of the Texas A&M’s success this season rests on the health of junior Cameron Peck, who experienced some back problems at the end of last season.
It’s possible that one of the best one-two punches in college golf reside in Gainesville, Fla. Seniors T.J. Vogel and Tyler McCumber, Florida’s top two leaders in stroke average, respectively, in 2011-12, return to lead the Gators.
Arkansas will look to rebound from last season’s disappointment of not reaching the NCAA Championship. The Razorbacks won seven times last season and that winning instinct should kick in again.
The Huskies have plenty of talent to contend for a national title. Senior Chris Williams and sophomore Cheng-Tsung Pan should continue to lead the way.
Stanford returns a lot of firepower from last year’s squad, which was among the nation’s elite teams during the regular season before underperforming down the stretch.
The Tar Heels have a good combination of old and new talent, but everyone has to contribute to avoid another postseason underachievement.
Auburn returns three starters from last season’s SEC title team in Marta Sanz, Victoria Trapani and Carlie Yadloczky.
Someone needs to steps up to replace Giulia Molinaro, a big loss for the Sun Devils.
Lauren Stratton needs to become the new Marina Alex.
Erica Popson is the common denominator in Tennessee’s success, and this team can’t afford to have her on the sidelines.
With only 70 players remaining, the big names will by vying for the BMW Championship this week at Crooked Stick. At least one of our panelists believes Tiger Woods will take home his fourth title of 2012.
Notebook: Louis Oosthuizen, fresh off a second runner-up finish this season, has shot par or better in 21 of his last 24 rounds.