News for Saturday, September 21, 2013
Dick's Sporting Goods Challenge Cup, Men's Golf: Pairings, tee times: Collegiate Challenge Cup
Time to put the SEC and ACC heated rivalries away for a day and come together as one. The final day of the Dick’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup is set to take place on Sunday at The Golf Club of Tennessee.
Dick's Sporting Good Challenge Cup, College Men's Golf: Georgia rallies, Ben Crancer wins at the Collegiate Challenge Cup
Texas A&M sophomore Ben Crancer wins his first collegiate victory at the Dick's Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup as Georgia rallied to win the team title at The Golf Club of Tennessee.
5 Things: Henrik Stenson wobbles; Dustin Johnson climbs; more
An odd development happened on the way to the Tour Championship's foregone conclusion. Henrik Stenson shot 38 in the rain on the back nine and Dustin Johnson had 33. Here are 5 Things to Know.
Marcus Fraser passes hometown favorite in Italian Open
Marcus Fraser shot a 4-under 68 Saturday for a one-stroke lead over hometown favorite Francesco Molinari, Nicolas Colsaerts and Joakim Lagergren after three rounds of the Italian Open.
Adam Scott, playing while ill, slinks down leaderboard at East Lake
Plugging away during Saturday's third round while fighting illness, Adam Scott likely has been robbed of the chance to challenge leader Henrik Stenson for the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup.
Tour Championship: Tee times, final round
Henrik Stenson will have the day's final tee time once again at the Tour Championship on Sunday, paired this time alongside Dustin Johnson as he chases the $10 million FedEx Cup prize.
U.S. closes in on another PGA Cup win
The U.S. needs just two and a half points from 10 singles matches to retain the PGA Cup, but U.S. captain Allen Wronowski has one simple message to his team: 'Don’t stop.'
How it Happened: Stenson keeps 4-shot edge in Tour Championship
Henrik Stenson maintained his lead of four shots Saturday at the Tour Championship while Dustin Johnson rose to second place and Tiger Woods managed a 1-under 69. Recap the action here.
Tiger Woods talks about focus despite trailing in Atlanta
His ball-striking off, Tiger Woods hit five of 14 fairways for the second day in a row and 11 greens in regulation Saturday, his low for the week en route to a 69 that left him T-26 in the Tour Championship.
Long-drive legends: Lee Brandon takes sport in new direction
Lee Brandon, a women’s world champion in the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship, can look back on an accident that nearly cost her an arm as having helped set the tone for her life.
D-II title defense lost, Nova Southeastern looks to bounce back
With Nova Southeastern’s bid for back-to-back NCAA Division II National Championships lost to a tiebreaker with 'friendly' rival Barry, the Sharks are taking confident steps to reclaim a title.