News for Sunday, January 13, 2013


News 2013 January 13


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A new trend: No loft stamped on driver heads

For 2013, another trend is emerging in drivers: no loft stamped on the clubhead. TaylorMade (R1), Nike (VR_S Covert), Cobra (Amp Cell) and Adams (Super S) all have it. Or better said, they don’t have it.

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Martin: Henley a 'grinder' who just knows how to win

Russell Henley, a three-time state golf champion and three-time winner on the Tour, may not be "technical" with his "golf lingo," but the 23-year-old has simply learned how to win says our Sean Martin.

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How it happened: Henley wins Sony Open with 63

Russell Henley fired a 7-under 63 to outlast veteran Tim Clark on Sunday, winning his first PGA Tour title by three strokes at the Sony Open in Honolulu. See how it happened.

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West rolls past East at Winn Junior Cup

After closing the first day with 10 straight points, the West stayed hot on a cold day in Henderson, Nev., on Sunday, beating the East 22-9 to win a second straight Winn Junior Cup.

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With Sony win, Henley cracks top 50 in OWGR

Russell Henley cracked the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking in just his first start as a PGA Tour member.

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Abu Dhabi will kick off yearlong Tiger vs. Rory Show

There will be 124 players who will tee it up in this week’s $2.7 million Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, but two will command all the attention. Get ready for the Tiger Woods vs. Rory McIlroy Show.

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Oosthuizen shoots 66 to win Volvo Champions

Louis Oosthuizen shot a final round 6-under 66 to beat Scott Jamieson of Scotland by a single stroke and win the Volvo Champions on Sunday.

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Tait: McGinley deserves Ryder Cup captaincy

With Darren Clarke likely taking himself out of the running, our Alistair Tait says that opens the door to the right choice for 2014 Ryder Cup captain: Paul McGinley.

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Sony Open: Round 4 tee times, pairings

A look at the final-round tee times and pairings for the Sony Open in Honolulu.

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5 Things: English fixes driver woes, fires 62

5 Things: Harris English was frustrated with his driver after Friday's round, so he put in a bit of extra work and it paid immediate dividends on Saturday to the tune of an 8-under 62.