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Zeke Shaffer, a junior golfer at Navy, will participate in the Patriot All-America, an amateur event that benefits Folds of Honor, with some perspective as an aspiring Marine pilot.
Australian Antonio Murdaca finished the Asia-Pacific Amateur seven shots clear of the field to earn the trophy and an invitation to the 2015 Masters.
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Arizona State's Jennifer Johnson leads the individual race.
Published on May 20, 2010
Purdue's Maude-Aimee LeBlanc is the top Boilermaker this week. She is tied for third after the third round.
USC's Andrea Gaston and Alabama's Mic Potter during the third round at the first tee.
Purdue's Maude-Aimee LeBlanc is tied for third entering the final round of the NCAA Women's Championship.
USC's Lizette Salas at the first tee on Thursday.
Purdue assistant coach Johanna Joseffson sends Laura Gonzalez on her way at No. 1 during the third round of the Women's NCAA Championship at Country Club of Landfall.
A view of hole No. 2, which has been the downfall of a couple of teams this week.
Duke's Courtney Ellenbogen reacts to missing her putt at No 9.
USC Director of Golf, Kurt Schuette, and Jennifer Song share a moment at No. 1 prior to the third round. Song will soon be turning pro.
Tony Romo at the Dallas Cowboys annual sponsor appreciation golf outing in Grapevine, Texas, on May 12, 2010.
Arizona State head coach, Melissa Luellen, left, talks with UCLA head coach, Carrie Forsyth during the third round.
Arizona State's Jennifer Johnson tees off at No. 1 in front of a large crowd.
Jason Day shot a 4-under 66 Thursday at the Byron Nelson Championship.
Oklahoma State's Caroline Hedwall tees off at No. 1.
Alabama's Brooke Pancake stretches prior to the third round.
Washington's Nick Taylor
New Mexico's Jodi Ewart reacts to missing her putt at No. 10. Ewart shot a third round 72.
USC's Jennifer Song gets low for a better read at No. 11.
Purdue's Thea Hoffmeister during the third round.
Assistant coach Johanna Joseffson sends Laura Gonzalez-Escallon on her way at No. 1. Escallon shot a third round 69.
Arizona State's Jennifer Johnson with coach Melissa Luellen at No. 18 after the third round. Johnson leads by one stroke.
Purdue's Thea Hoffmeister reacts to her putt at No. 11 during the third round of the NCAA Women's Championship, while Boilermakers assistant coach Johanna Joseffson (left) sends freshman Laura Gonzalez-Escallon on her way off the first hole.
Dustin Johnson at this year's Masters.
A river flows throughout Cascata – inside and outside the clubhouse.
Texas A&M's Andrea Pavan at the 2009 NCAA Men's Championship.
Michelle Wie tees off at the Sybase Match Play Championship.
Stanford's David Chung
Oklahoma State's Peter Uihlein
Golfweek's Asher Wildman interviews Country Club of Landfall member Bill Stauffer at the NCAA Women's Championship.
Danny Willett fired a 6-under 65 in the first round of the BMW PGA Championship.
Pat Perez (left) and Jason Gore make cotton candy.