John Means gets excited when he hears a knock on his office door. But after abruptly resigning as head coach of the University of Minnesota in 2001, Means was stunned by the silence.
A day after making 12 birdies and an eagle in a 14-under 57 to build an eight-shot lead heading into the final round of Alabama State Junior Championship, Bobby Wyatt was ready to waltz to his fourth consecutive State Junior title.
Bobby Wyatt, of Mobile, Ala., shot 14-under 57 on Wednesday during the second round of the Alabama Boy’s State Junior Championship.
Louis Oosthuizen may have entered the British Open an unknown, but he showed no doubt Sunday in claiming the Claret Jug. As Dan Mirocha writes, this South African has just hit the world stage in a big way.
Tiger Woods’ new Nike putter hasn’t been hurled into the Firth of Tay yet, but it soon might be.
Phil Mickelson is not out of the running at the Open Championship, but he’s going to need some help.
I haven’t read “Gone with the Wind,” but the sequel could have been written Friday afternoon at “the loop” – Nos. 7-11 on the Old Course at St. Andrews, the most exposed part of the links that hugs the Eden Estuary.
There’s a new name atop the leaderboard midway through the second round at St. Andrews: Louis Oosthuizen. Haven’t heard of him? Dan Mirocha provides an introduction.
I arrived at the Home of Golf Monday morning and walked 18 holes Tuesday. Here are some impressions from an Old Course first-timer.
Tyrrell Hatton stood next to the Royal & Ancient Clubhouse on Tuesday afternoon, looked out toward the massive combined fairways of the 18th and first holes at the Old Course and smiled.