News for Thursday, September 6, 2012

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Notes: Schwartzel shoots 69 despite injury

Charl Schwartzel fought through a rib injury to shoot 3-under 69 during the first round of the BMW Championship.

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Rude: Soggy turf invites low scores at BMW

Crooked Stick experienced a mass assault Thursday as players took advantage of the soggy conditions, says Jeff Rude.

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Thompson works through struggles

Lexi Thompson shot 4-under 67 Thursday at Kingsmill as she continues to work through her recent struggles.

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Storm shoots record 63 to lead KLM Open

Graeme Storm shot a course record 7-under 63 to lead the KLM Open by two shots in the opening round Thursday.

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Jutanugarn maintains LPGA Q-School lead

Moriya Jutanugarn held on to a one-shot lead Thursday during the first stage of LPGA Q-School.

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Tiger Tracker: Tiger fires 65, McIlroy a 64

This star pairing lived up to its billing again, with Tiger Woods firing a 7-under 65 and Rory McIlroy grabbing a share of the lead with an 8-under 64. See how it all unfolded.

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Second-round tee times at BMW Championship

Here are the second-round tee times and pairings for the BMW Championship.

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Jacquelin, Zanotti shoot record 65s at KLM Open

Raphael Jacquelin of France and Fabrizio Zanotti of Paraguay shot 5-under 65s in the opening round of the KLM Open on Thursday to set the course record at Hilversumsche Golf Club.

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In progress: Round 4 at BMW Championship

Follow the live leaderboard from the 2012 BMW Championship at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Ind.

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Post-brain surgery, Klauk to return for Boise event

Jeff Klauk will play next week’s Albertsons Boise Open, his first start after brain surgery in April. Klauk had the operation to pinpoint the source of his complex partial seizures.

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Golfweek’s Best: Campus Courses 2012

The Course at Yale, constructed in 1926, tops Golfweek's Best Campus Courses.

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Women's preview: No. 1 Alabama

The bottom of the Crimson Tide’s roster must continue to deliver if Alabama is going to defend its national title.

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Women's preview: No. 5 Arizona

If the three newbies on this year’s roster adjust as quickly as did Gidali, who won her first start for the Wildcats last spring, Arizona should fare just fine.

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Women's preview: No. 2 UCLA

The Bruins should have no problem re-creating last season, but need one minor adjustment: A better NCAA performance.

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Women's preview: No. 3 Duke

The juniors on this roster need to provide backup for Duke to be consistently successful.

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Women's preview: No. 4 USC

USC starts the fall like it ended the spring: with a squad of five.

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Men's preview: No. 5 UCLA

The Bruins will have a tall task, having to replace 2012 Hogan Award winner Patrick Cantlay. The Bruins have plenty of depth. All-Americans Pedro Figueiredo and Anton Arboleda will anchor the lineup.

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Men's preview: No. 4 Georgia Tech

This is a young team, with just one senior on its roster. Sophomore Anders Albertson is the Yellow Jackets’ top returner, ranking 32nd in last year’s Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings.

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Men's preview: No. 3 Texas

The Longhorns return four of five players who participated in the Longhorns’ victory at last year’s NCAA Championship, lead by Jordan Spieth.

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Men's preview: No. 2 California

The deep and talented Golden Bears, winners of last year’s Pac-12 Championship and NCAA West Regional, return five starters, including three All-Americans.

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Men's preview: No. 1 Alabama

The Tide returned their top three players from last season: Haskins Award winner Justin Thomas, Sunnehanna Amateur champion and U.S. Amateur medalist Bobby Wyatt and Cory Whitsett.

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Preview: College golf’s 5 burning questions

As the 2012-13 college season tees off, Golfweek identifies the five major questions in the game.

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2012 men's preview: Staff predictions

Our panel of experts take a look at what the fall season will bring for men's college golf, from who will be No. 1, some upstart possibilities and who the best individual will be, including Alabama's Justin Thomas.

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Notes: Missouri's Long to try hand at Q-School

Notebook: Missouri's Jace Long will make the trek from the Golfweek Conference Challenge to PGA Tour Q-School prequalifying in Nebraska.

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2012 women's preview: Staff predictions

Our panel of experts take a look at what the fall season will bring for women's college golf, from who will be No. 1, some upstart possibilities and who the best individual will be, including Duke's Lindy Duncan.

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