News for Saturday, January 19, 2013


News 2013 January 19


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Cink trying to dig himself back to the top

It's been nearly four years since Stewart Cink won the 2009 Open Championship. But swing changes and all, the slumping Cink finds himself in contention after three rounds of the Humana Challenge.

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Lee returns from injury to shoot 72 at Annika

Amy Lee had only played golf three times in the past two months due to a wrist injury. But the USC verbal commit's first round of 2013 was a good one, as she shot even-par 72 in the first round of the Annika Invitational.

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Stallings closes in on Humana win, Masters berth

Scott Stallings wants another crack at Augusta National after playing through torn rib cartilage at last year's Masters. A win Sunday at the Humana Challenge – Stallings holds a five-shot lead – would give him that chance.

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Garcia cards record 63, leads Puerto Rico Junior

Jorge Garcia finished T-2 at last year's AJGA Puerto Rico Junior Open. He returned to Rio Grande in a big way Saturday, carding a tournament-record 9-under 63 to take a four-shot lead after the first round.

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Tour Tracker: Stallings builds big lead at Humana

Scott Stallings carded a 9-under 63 Saturday to build a five-shot lead entering Sunday's final round of the Humana Challenge. See how it all unfolded in the California desert.

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Rose, Olesen to play in final group in Abu Dhabi

Sunday's final group at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship will feature two competitors playing opposite roles: veteran Justin Rose and young upstart Thorbjorn Olesen.

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Tour's player representatives face big decision in '13

The new members of the PGA Tour's Players Advisory Council and the Policy Board will be expected to tackle an agenda that includes determining whether the Tour adopts the proposed ban on anchoring.

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Women's spring preview: Mid-American Conference

For the past eight years, Eastern Michigan head coach Sandy Wagner has been delivering an equally consistent message to her players: One day, they'll be a top-50 program.

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Men's spring preview: Ivy League

Princeton has won 19 Ivy League titles since 1975, but none since 2006. But if the fall was any indication, the Tigers could get No. 20 this spring.