News for Monday, January 7, 2013
After three weather-delayed rounds that saw Dustin Johnson never take an official shot, the bomber made up for lost time by going 11 under over 36 holes on Monday at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions to take a three-shot lead over Steve Stricker.
Ben Curtis started with consecutive 6s on Sunday, complete with two four-putts. Needless to say, the former Open champion was happy that the round was wiped away. On Monday, he took full advantage by shooting a 3-under 70 in the official first round.
Having originally been penciled in for a Monday finish, the season opener morphed into a Monday start thanks to unrelenting wind. Finally, on the fourth day, the fury gave everyone a break.
A look at the 2013 senior amateur golf schedule, including tournaments that have yet to determine a date or course.
Lindsey Weaver is still in awe of the history and tradition of Notre Dame University, but the Irish freshman is well en route to creating her own history after an outstanding fall season.
Sean Dale has experienced heartbreak the past two seasons, but this spring the senior will get one more shot at helping the Ospreys advance to match play, which has eluded North Florida in three trips to the NCAA Championship.
The LPGA might release its 2013 schedule later in the week, but for now, here’s at least a snippet of good news: The tour is adding a new event in the Bahamas.
One of the biggest questions on this year’s PGA European Tour is whether anyone can dethrone Rory McIlroy from atop the Official World Golf Ranking and European Tour money list. At this stage, it seems doubtful.
On Day 6 of Tracy Wilcox's multimedia project going behind the scenes with eight LPGA stars, Hee Kyung Seo talks about her new hobby: waterskiing.
The Grand Canyon-sized chasm that once existed between Yani Tseng and the rest of the world now resembles a crack in the sidewalk. She’s beatable. And it could be only a matter of time before someone steps right over her.