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Brian A. Giuffra

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Northerner Wilson squashing competition

Wilson squashing competition

It’s January, so you know what that means: The 2009 Metropolitan Golf Association Player of the Year and Stanford freshman-to-be, Cameron Wilson, doesn’t have his hands on a golf club – only a squash racket. Brian Giuffra explains.

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Grillo looking strong in pro field

says 17-year-old Emiliano Grillo’s game is looking solid as he leads on the Tour of the Americas.

Emiliano Grillo is making a serious case for a top ranking in the junior golf standings. Only he’s not stating his case against fellow juniors. He’s doing it against the pros.

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Grillo proves he can beat the pros

with news that junior star Emiliano Grillo beat a PGA Tour winner and a two-time major champion.

Emiliano Grillo beat a PGA Tour winner and a two-time major champion on Sunday. No joke.

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LPGA Q-School: Rain posing problems

Steady rain postponed LPGA Q–School on Friday and threw Nikki Garrett’s travel plans into disarray. Now the overnight leader is left with the double–duty task of earning her LPGA Tour card and making it to Dubai by Wednesday afternoon.

Watch out for Jay Hwang

explains why Jay Hwang belongs in the conversation of the top juniors in the county.

Jay Hwang belongs in the conversation of the top juniors in the county. He’s got the red numbers to prove it.

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Grillo’s been in this position before

Emiliano Grillo must be having serious déjà vu tonight. After shooting a 5-under 67 Monday in the first round of the AJGA’s Polo Golf Junior Classic, Grillo finds himself in the same position he was in last year: atop the leaderboard.

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Top 5 Polo Jr. matches of the last 5 years

Classic Polo Jr. matches

Another Polo Golf Junior Classic, a Turkey Week tradition like no other in junior golf, starts Monday in South Florida. Golfweek remembers the best five matches from the last five years.

Sybase Classic moving to Essex County CC

The tournament, which has been without a home since ending its relationship with Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton, N.J., has reached an agreement in principle to be staged at Essex County Country Club in West Orange, N.J., according to a source familiar with the negotiations.