News for Tuesday, June 4, 2013


News 2013 June 4


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Toy Box: Kuchar mixes it up for Memorial

Matt Kuchar’s winning bag at the Memorial was full of surprises. Following his victory earlier in the year at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, Kuchar has changed three clubs: 3-wood, hybrid and putter.

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Jutanugarn injures shoulder in Wegmans practice

Ariya Jutanugarn opened her week at the Wegmans LPGA Championship with a tumble down a hill at Locust Hill Country Club in Pittsford, N.Y.

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Tseng signs with IMG for representation

Former World No. 1 Yani Tseng has signed with IMG for management and marketing. Tseng, 24, was under IMG’s wing early in her career, changed management but now is back with the company.

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Schupak: Open-qualifier WDs not part of job

To some pros, withdrawing once your U.S. Open qualifying chance dwindle is pragmatic, simply good business. If you’re not going to make it, save your energy. But this is also their job.

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Golfweek/Sagarin Player of the Year: Michael Kim

California’s Michael Kim topped the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings at the end of the year.

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Golfweek/Sagarin Team of the Year: California

The Golden Bears ended the season atop the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings after bowing out in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship.

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In this issue: June 7, 2013

Inside the June 7, 2013 issue of Golfweek:

Cates-Moore steps down at Fresno State

Angie Cates-Moore is stepping down as head women’s golf coach at Fresno State to spend more time with her family. Her resignation becomes effective Aug. 1, and the university will immediately begin a national search for her replacement.

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Trump protege's persistence leads to U.S. Open

John Nieporte was tired of mini-tour life, especially with a growing family. But, on one fateful morning in '03, Donald Trump would change his life forever, leading to a U.S. Open slot a decade later.

John Nieporte was tired of kicking around mini-tours, especially as a married man with a growing family. But, on one fateful Sunday morning in 2003, Donald Trump would change his life forever, leading to a U.S. Open slot a decade later.