News for Sunday, January 27, 2013
Tiger Woods manage to get in 25 holes of golf on Sunday, building a six-shot lead behind a third-round, 3-under 69 and going 3 under through seven holes in the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open. How it happened.
Tiger Woods will take a six-shot lead into the final day of the fog-delayed Farmers Insurance Open. Eleven holes stand between him and his eighth victory at Torrey Pines.
The U.S. Golf Association announced Monday that the West Course at Winged Foot will host the 2020 U.S. Open.
Peter Uihlein and Rhys Davies are among the main attractions as the 2013 European Challenge Tour gets under way in India this week.
Torrey Pines may be Tiger Woods’ territory, but he hasn’t won here since 2008. His performance for much of Sunday at the Farmers Insurance Open was reminiscent of his play during those simpler years.
Billy Horschel has never played with Tiger Woods. Casey Wittenberg has only paired with him on golf’s grandest stages. They’ll join Woods for the final 36 holes of the Farmers Insurance Open, though.
It’s official. The men's and women's golf programs at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., are being cut after the 2013 spring season.
Corey Conners and the Kent State men want to win the MAC Championship, but have loftier goals in mind: A national championship.
After Wichita State's Shockers won the past five league championships, another title this spring would not be all that, well, shocking. No disrespect to teams such as Illinois State or Northern Iowa, but the Shockers own the Missouri Valley Conference.
They built it and they came, 300 golf fans, media, folks associated with the owner/developer, Mosaic Co., along with architecture junkies who will go anywhere to see the latest creations of designers Tom Doak, Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.
St. Peter’s notched three fall victories by winning the ECAC Championship, Monmouth quad-match and the St. Barnabas Health Invitational.
New Mexico’s women’s golf history books are peppered with players who helped the Lobos to greatness before finding success after college. Manon De Roey headlines this year's crop.