News for Friday, March 29, 2013
"It's going to affect us, the amateurs and juniors, more," one Myers Park player says of the looming decision on a ban of anchoring putters, as his team tries to defend its Palmetto Championship crown.
While Rory McIlroy narrowly made it into the weekend after shooting 70 on Friday, the story after the first two rounds is Steve Wheatcroft, the Monday qualifier who leads the Shell Houston Open at 10 under. See how it all unfolded!
After two rounds of the Shell Houston Open, a surprise name sits atop the leaderboard with Steve Wheatcroft entering the weekend at 10 under. But Wheatcroft wasn’t the only surprise. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Friday’s second round in Houston.
After a second straight missed cut, the once-hot Brandt Snedeker enters his break before the Masters without an explanation for his woes. But he vows to be ready for the season's first major.
Valero Texas Open executive director Larson Segerdahl confirmed Friday that Rory McIlroy will play in the tournament next week in San Antonio.
With a 238-9-5 individual record since missing fall play, senior Tiffany Lua has pushed UCLA to finish in the top five in all four of her starts.
Stacy Lewis of the LPGA keeps in touch with her former Arkansas Razorbacks team, which might have gotten help from its home course in two LSU Classic wins.
Julien Brun, Justin Thomas move up the watch list for the Haskins Award to honor the top men's collegiate golfer, while Michael Kim remains at the top.