News for Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Mississippi State won its second tournament of the year at the Tiger Invitational on Tuesday at Grand National’s Lake Course in Opelika, Ala.
San Diego State won the Lamkin Grips San Diego Classic on Tuesday at San Diego Country Club in Chula Vista, Calif.
At the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral, Tiger Woods captured his second win of the year and his first WGC victory since 2009.
Here are the tee times and pairings for the first round of the Tampa Bay Championship at Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead course.
No time for a playoff, so Arkansas and Kent State share top honors at the General Hackler Championship while Oliver Goss and Taylor Pendrith are co-medalists.
California is having an impressive season, but take a look at some more numbers for you to wrap your head around.
Max Homa, a senior star at California, will be blogging for Golfweek.com all season long, giving you insight into what goes on behind the scenes with the Golden Bears.
Jorge Garcia, 17, made the cut in his first PGA Tour start at the Puerto Rico Open, 'a really great week' for the Miami native.
The 54-player field at the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley is set and is highlighted by 7 of the top 10 players in the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings.
"They pulled, I pushed, and we got him out of there," a playing partner says of rescuing a golfer who fell in a sinkhole and dislocated his shoulder after an 18-foot drop near St. Louis.
Two teams – Oak Tree National and Primland – will be added to this month's Tavistock, running the number of teams from four to six and adding big names such as Rickie Fowler and Fred Couples.
With three different golfers earning individual titles, the Campbell Fighting Camels women's team has won five of its eight events this season.
The 2012 Haskins Award winner and Alabama star, Justin Thomas, joins the Golfweek.com staff as a player blogger for the 2012-13 college golf season.
Derek Castillo, of Yorba Linda, Calif., has given a verbal commitment to play college golf for UNLV in 2016.
Lyle Anderson, the man who shaped much of modern-day Scottsdale, Ariz., only to lose control of much of his real estate empire in 2008, plans to break ground next month on Sierra Reserve.
Lyle Anderson, the man who shaped much of modern-day Scottsdale, Ariz., only to lose control of much of his real estate empire in 2008, plans to break ground next month on Sierra Reserve, a 223-acre development next to the Golf Club Scottsdale.