News for Monday, September 9, 2013
James Madison maintained its men's lead at the Golfweek Program Challenge, but IUPUI, searching for a bounce-back seasons, is just one shot back entering the final round at True Blue Plantation.
Ping extends Scottsdale TR putter line
The Anser B, Craz-E and Senita B counterbalanced mallet are additions to Ping's Scottsdale TR putter line, known for its face insert with varying groove depths.
BMW Championship: Tee times, second round
FedEx Cup leader Henrik Stenson will pair with No. 2 Tiger Woods and No. 3 Adam Scott for the first two rounds of the BMW Championship, the third event in the playoffs.
Report: Croc attack on Cancun course spurs suit
A New York man who lost two fingers during a crocodile attack on a Cancun, Mexico, golf course is reportedly suing the resort's owner for $2.25 million.
Three GB&I players turn pro after Walker Cup loss
GB&I's Neil Raymond, Kevin Phelan and Max Orrin turned pro immediately after the Walker Cup. Callum Shinkwin, Jordan Smith, Nathan Kimsey and Garrick Porteous will remain amateurs but will attend the European Tour Qualifying School.
PGA Tour releases full 2014 schedule after Tampa event saved
With the retention of the PGA Tour stop in Tampa – held March 13-16 at Innisbrook's Copperhead Course – the schedule for the 2014 season is complete through the Ryder Cup.
Walker Cup: Special commemorative photo edition
We take a look back at the 2013 Walker Cup through the camera lens, as well as a reflection on National Golf Links, as well as player-by-player grades for the week in Southampton, N.Y.
Two was the number for the Central Florida men's team in its comeback victory at the Northern Intercollegiate.
After his victory at the European Masters, Thomas Bjorn moved into the top 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Walker Cup: Final results, records
A look at the final stats from the 2013 Walker Cup.