News for Friday, May 10, 2013
Led by Paula Reto's 2-under 69 and a pair of 1-over 73s from Margaux Vanmol and Kishi Sinha, Purdue posted an impressive 2-over 286 on Friday at the Stanford Golf Course to move into a tie for the team lead with overnight leader Vanderbilt.
Alabama leads by 14 strokes over Tulane after two rounds with a 22-under 554 total in the NCAA East women's college golf regional. “It’s a matter continuing our momentum,” said head coach Mic Potter.
Oklahoma remained steady in Round 2 of the NCAA Central Regional, a day when many other teams lost ground.
Wedge games certainly aren't a problem for Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Steve Stricker during the second round. From there, each has different tweaks to their game plan.
Check out the tee times and pairings, including some of the most interesting groups of the day, for the third round of the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.
Roberto Castro isn't a household name, but his 9-under 63 on Thursday at the Players Championship definitely caught the attention of the golf world. Can Rory McIlroy or Tiger Woods catch him? Follow now!
The last time Sergio Garcia ended the day as the leader at TPC Sawgrass was after he won a playoff in 2008; second-place Tiger Woods’ 36-hole total is his career best by six shots; more.
As Tigers coach Kim Evans went in for more testing, her resilient Auburn players improved 15 strokes on Day 2 of regional action.
In most years, the top of the Players leaderboard features little-known names, with Sawgrass eating the game's best alive. Not so in 2013, with the likes of Tiger Woods, Lee Westwood and Sergio Garcia leading the way.
TPC Sawgrass is playing easy? Really? Don't tell Phil Mickelson, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose or Nick Watney that -- they won't be sticking around for the weekend.
While congested, Kevin Chappell powered through on Friday to the tune of a 6-under 66 and is at 9 under heading into the weekend.
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