News for Friday, March 15, 2013
5 Things: A shot behind 36-hole leader Shawn Stefani, PGA Tour veteran K.J. Choi is experiencing a bit of a revitalization in 2013, and Copperhead might just provide the arena for his first win since 2011.
Shawn Stefani fired a 1-under 70 on Thursday to retain a one-shot lead over K.J. Choi and Adam Scott. See how it all happened.
The field for the 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational has been set, and 28 of the top 40 in the world will visit Bay Hill in Orlando, Fla., next week.
As a kid, Stacy Lewis never dreamed of being the No. 1 player in the world. That was an adult goal, and one that’s closer than ever to becoming reality.
Adam Scott, who fired a 6-under 65 Friday at the Tampa Bay Championship, is still looking for that elusive major victory, but is confident his game is in a state that makes him dangerous at Augusta National next month.
In the next month, an unusually large number of college players will have the opportunity to play in LPGA events, and that’s mostly thanks to tournament sponsors.
After withdrawing from the Tampa Bay Championship prior to his second-round tee time due to illness, Bud Cauley has now failed to reach the weekend in five of seven starts on the PGA Tour this season.
Since TaylorMade released the Spider putter in 2008, the company has added several models to its arachnid family. On April 15, it'll release its most stable design yet – the ultra-high MOI Daddy Long Legs.
Inside the March 15, 2013 issue of Golfweek:
After two victories in a week, Cal's Michael Kim has become the clear favorite to garner the 2013 Haskins Award. Our third Watch List of the spring . . .
Our Tracy Wilcox visited Streamsong Resort, built in central Florida, and left with these incredible images.
His newfound fame as designer of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games course hasn't softened Gil Hanse's commitment to build courses in the field. He's most at home when strapped into the seat of a bulldozer.