Category archives for: Golf

English teen Hull captures her 1st pro title

Charley Hull of England closed with a 9-under 62 and won a playoff on the first extra hole on the Ladies European Tour for her first professional victory one week before her 18th birthday. View full post on – GOLF

Canizares wins Trophee Hassan by 5 strokes

Alejandro Canizares of Spain completed a wire-to-wire victory at the Trophee Hassan II by shooting a 2-under 70 in the final round Sunday for a five-stroke win. View full post on – GOLF

Couples wins Toshiba title with late birdie spree

Fred Couples won the Toshiba Classic on Sunday for his 10th Champions Tour title, with birdies on the final two holes for a one-stroke victory. View full post on – GOLF

Council OKs 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines

The San Diego City Council has unanimously approved a proposal that brings the U.S. Open back to Torrey Pines in 2021. View full post on – GOLF

Inkster to be U.S. captain for Solheim Cup

Juli Inkster, the most prolific American in Solheim Cup history, has been selected captain of a team that has lost the last two times to Europe. View full post on – GOLF

Day withdraws from Bay Hill with thumb injury

Jason Day has withdrawn from the Arnold Palmer Invitational because of an injured thumb. View full post on – GOLF

European Tour tweaks Final Series, ups to $5M

The bonus pool for the European Tour’s season-ending Final Series has been increased to $5 million as part of a series of changes that includes a new qualifying format. View full post on – GOLF

Senden rallies late for wild Valspar win

John Senden ended more than seven years without a victory by making two late birdies, including a chip-in from 70 feet on the toughest hole at Innisbrook, for a one-shot victory on a wild and windy Sunday at the Valspar Championship. View full post on – GOLF

Four-Ball: Tiger debate rages prior to Bay Hill

And who might play their way into the field at Augusta National in the coming weeks? View full post on – GOLF

Ray: Weekends not helping Tiger’s cause

He’s still the No. 1-ranked golfer in the world, but a closer look at Tiger Woods’ final round statistics in recent years reveals a disturbing trend, writes’s Justin Ray. View full post on – GOLF

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