News for Tuesday, February 12, 2013
After firing an 8-over 80 in the final round of last year’s AJGA HP Boys Championship, a number that dropped him to T-37, Adam Wood will get another crack at the Club at Carlton Woods’ Fazio Championship Course.
Gavin Hall (UCLA), Beau Hossler (Texas) and Annie Park (USC) are just the latest players to graduate early from high school to get a jump-start on college life.
Blayne Barber might not be one of the 25 marquee players teeing it up at Northern Trust Open, but after his self-disqualification at Q-School, he is simply ready to show off his game on golf's biggest stage.
Less than 48 hours removed from a brilliant victory at Pebble Beach, Brandt Snedeker has withdrawn from the WGC-Accenture Match Play, citing sore ribs that have plagued him since the Humana Challenge.
The UCF Challenge victory was the third consecutive for North Carolina, dating back to the fall season when the team won the NCAA Fall Preview at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate.
The University of the Incarnate Word, located in San Antonio, is making the transition from Division II to Division I golf in the fall. Officially on June 1, the Cardinals will become a DI team, and then on July 1, the team will join the Southland Conference.
After playing in a three-day pro-am in Pebble Beach, Mike Hulbert had to take a redeye back to Florida to try and make a 12:30 p.m. tee time at the Allianz. Thank goodness for 5-Hour Energy.
No. 6 Alabama won the Lady Puerto Rico Classic on Tuesday, shooting 7-over 871 to run away with the title by 13 shots.
From Brandt Snedeker's win at the AT&T with a TaylorMade 'classic' to Rocco Mediate's mix-and-match bag, take a look at equipment used last week in the world of golf.
Founder's grandson on the demise of the APL: "It became apparent that there was so much overlap with the U.S. Amateur that a lot of the spirit of the APL got lost in the state of the game these days. So I do understand, but I am sad about it."
Tiger Woods committed for the two upcoming World Golf Championships – next week's Accenture Match Play Championship and March's Cadillac Championship – as well as the Honda Classic, where he finished second last year.
There will be plenty of familiar faces making their 2013 PGA Tour debut this week at the Northern Trust Open. Two of them also make the cut with our panel of experts - with Luke Donald and Charl Schwartzel both registering as overall favorites.
Months after he disqualified himself from Q-School, Blayne Barber earned a spot in the Northern Trust Open through the Monday qualifier and also will receive an exemption into the Puerto Rico Open.
Brandt Snedeker always has been confident in his skills on the course, says Toby Wilt, a longtime friend and fellow Vanderbilt alumnus. And he has stories to back up those claims . . .
The Symetra Tour has announced four inaugural events for the upcoming season and three new sponsors. One of those events is the season-opening VisitMesa.com Gateway Classic, to be played Feb. 22-24 at Longbow Golf Course in Mesa, Ariz.