News for Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Cobra Puma Tour Trusty wedges
Cobra Puma Golf, which had announced its intent to compete more aggressively in the wedge market, released details of its new Tour Trusty line.
Jordan Spieth, Webb Simpson, Marc Leishman, Brendon de Jonge: The American and International captains picks, respectively, for the 2013 Presidents Cup
Last year, Jordan Spieth was getting ready for the Red River Rivalry against border rival Oklahoma when he was a sophomore at Texas. Now, after being selected as one of two captain’s picks for the U.S. team, Spieth is getting ready for his first Presidents Cup.
Pardon Hal Sutton if he yells “hip hip hooray” when he returns to competition next year. That’s because he figures he’ll be the only Champions Tour member playing with two artificial hips.
Jordan Spieth, Presidents Cup, Fred Couples Hate To Be Rude: 'This is Jordan Spieth's time,' Couples says
In this week's addition of "Hate To Be Rude," Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples selections Jordan Spieth and Webb Simpson as captain picks. Couples said 'This is Jordan Spieth's time.'
U.S. captain Fred Couples and International captain Nick Price made their final selections for the 2013 Presidents Cup, slated for Oct. 1-6 at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio.
Golfweek East Coast Junior Invitational Roster
Bridgestone, Matt Kuchar, Brandt Snedeker, Fred Couples: Bridgestone staffers make signature headwear line
Bridgestone announced that they are expanding the (Matt) Kuchar Collection and establishing new collections for Brandt Snedeker and Fred Couples for its Fall 2013 Tour Team headwear.
USGA, U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur: The Kahkwa Club in Erie, Pa., as host site for 2016 Women's Mid-Amateur
The U.S. Golf Association announced on Sept. 4 The Kahkwa Club in Erie, Pa., as the host site for the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship.
Amanda Blumenherst was a world-beater when she entered the professional ranks, but life has changed for the former Duke star. Her eyes are now on spending time with her husband – Major League Baseball's Nate Freiman – and building a life with him.