News for Wednesday, November 27, 2013

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Dalke, Burns, Jeansonne advance at Polo

Brad Dalke, Sam Burns and Nathan Jeansonne spent their spring break hanging out and playing golf together in Shreveport, La. Now all three find themselves in the quarterfinals of the Polo Golf Junior Classic after each won two matches on Wednesday at PGA National.

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Dixie Amateur to attract 300-plus, including 90 seniors

The 83rd Dixie Amateur is set to begin Dec. 17, and is expected to attract more than 300 men, women and seniors.

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Schniederjans, Johnston lead Palmer Cup rankings

The fall Palmer Cup rankings for the 2014 event at Walton Heath Golf Club were released Wednesday.

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Lee, Meadow lead Annika Watch List

The following players made the first edition of the Annika Watch List thanks to their fall play.

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Mickelson plans to defend Scottish Open title in 2014

Phil Mickelson announced Wednesday that he plans to defend his title at the Scottish Open in 2014.

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Castillo, Gillman are stroke-play medalists at Polo

Derek Castillo and Kristen Gillman took stroke-play-medalist honors Tuesday at the AJGA Polo Golf Junior Classic, earning the top seed for match play in the boys and girls division, respectively.

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Notes: Aussie Open's tradition; Lonard's trail; more

Gene Sarazen, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson are among American PGA Tour stars to win the Australian Open -- but few follow their footsteps on the trek these days.

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Arendell relishes European, Web.com tour options

Had Connor Arendell wanted to enjoy the European Tour card he had just secured, he didn’t really have the time. He went from Spain to Florida for the Web.Com Tour's second stage of Q-School.

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Scott's royal fun leaves Kuchar looking up

Adam Scott's successful Australian Masters defense, followed by a team win at the World Cup, overshadowed two good performances from Matt Kuchar.

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Blalock on Wirtz: 'Our biggest supporter'

Former LPGA players remember Lenny Wirtz -- better known as a college-basketball referee -- for his devotion to women's pro golf in the 1960s and remain thankful for all he contributed.