News for Sunday, May 26, 2013
Jorge Garcia fired his second consecutive 68 to take a three-shot lead over Sam Burns at the Thunderbird International Junior. Nicole Morales holds a one-shot lead in the girls.
Alice Chen has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at Furman in 2014.
Paul Simson, the reigning U.S. Senior Amateur champion, went wire-to-wire winning the Senior Division of the Lupton Memorial.
Here is a complete list of the clubs that Boo Weekley used to shoot a final-round 66 en route to his victory Sunday at the Crowne Plaza Invitational – his first PGA Tour win since the 2008 RBC Heritage.
A week like no other on the LPGA Tour ended with Ilhee Lee winning for the first time, picking up a two-shot win over Irene Cho.
Kohki Idoki erased a five-stroke deficit against a fading Kenny Perry, charging to a two-stroke victory Sunday in the Senior PGA Championship.
On a day when it was tough to tell between the barks of "Boooooooo" and "Kuuuuuuuch" at the Crowne Plaza Invitational, it was Boo Weekley who would find the winner's circle, using a 4-under 66 to clear Matt Kuchar by a single shot.
Boo Weekley fired a final-round, 4-under 66 at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial to capture his first PGA Tour title since the 2008 RBC Heritage, holding off Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar by two shots.
Matteo Manassero left the $6.1 million BMW PGA Championship looking forward to the future. Lee Westwood departed wondering if he can find a long game to contend in next month’s U.S. Open.
Boccieri's new EL Series putters, each with a 175-gram counterweight along with a 17-inch grip, are designed to mimic the steadiness and repeatability of belly putters – without anchoring.
Paul Simson, the current U.S. Senior Amateur champion, has a two-round total of 71 points to kept him one point better than Doug Hanzel who posted a total of 70 points for the two rounds.
Paola Moreno kept bogeys off her jumbled scorecard for the second straight day for a 4-under 41, giving her a one-shot lead over Lindsey Wright going into the final, 12-hole round.
Which was the best conference in college golf this season? If you base it off the 30 teams at this week's NCAAs, the SEC is a clear winner says our Ron Balicki.
When you think of college golf, you think of both teams and individuals competing for a title or in this case, a national championship. Having qualified through the regionals, on May 28-31, six individuals will enter the NCAA Championship without their respective teams in Atlanta.
After giving plenty of consideration to 2012 runner-up Alabama, our Ron Balicki (aka, Wrong Ron) has decided that California is destined to cap its golden season with a victory.
Here is a look at my odds for the 2013 NCAA Men's Championship, set to start on May 28 at Capital City Golf Club's Crabapple Course in Woodstock, Ga.