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In The News

Sun, 22 Oct 2017 09:56:42 GMT
Fresh off his FedExCup win last month, Thomas birdied the second extra hole of a playoff against Marc Leishman to win in South Korea.
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 22:50:00 GMT
Scott McCarron made a routine drop at the 18th hole Friday at the Dominion Charity Classic. But what happened next was anything but routine.
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 18:26:11 GMT
Oct 20 (Gracenote) - Scores from the European Tour Andalucia Masters at the par-71 course on Friday in Sotogrande. The cut was set at 146. -6 Joost Luiten (Netherlands) 66 70 -5 Robert Rock (Britain) 67 70 Sergio Garcia
Sat, 21 Oct 2017 05:00:00 GMT
Golf Story is zany, unexpectedly funny, and mechanically sound. Those descriptors aren't overly exciting on their own, but then again, the same could be said of what constitutes contemporary RPGs; you fetch things, hit other things, and generally do the bidding of others while your heroism goes ignored. Golf Story is essentially an RPG based on mundane, real-world concerns dialed up to the nth degree, and it's that relatability that makes it much more charming than it sounds on paper. It's a not-so-sneaky homage to titles like Mario Golf considering its central conceit: absolutely everything can be solved with a combination of golf clubs, golf balls, and dogged persistence. That's where the player-character
Sat, 21 Oct 2017 07:00:00 GMT
QUEENS, N.Y. - Coming off a second place finish at the Brown Bear Invitational, the St. John’s women’s golf team looks to continue rolling at its final event of the fall slate on Oct. 23, as the Red Storm will host its sixth-annual St. John’s Women’s Intercollegiate at the Saint Andrew’s Golf Club in Hasting-on-Hudson, N.Y. Last season, the team had success at its lone home event when the Johnnies claimed team medalist honors after seeing three golfers finish in the top-10 (Linda Wang 1st, Kristy Beckwith 2nd, Kaitleen Shee T8th). About the Tournament The two-round tournament will take place on Oct. 23-24 at the Saint Andrew's Golf Club in Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. Play is set to begin at 9:51
Sat, 21 Oct 2017 03:05:00 GMT
BROCKTON — As his son, a newly minted national amateur champion, stands on the doorsteps of golf’s great cathedrals, Vic Parziale chuckles as he remembers that afternoon a quarter-century ago at the Brockton Fairgrounds. A bucket of balls, an old club, and three generations of Parziales standing on an improvised practice tee. “The only thing I remember is that as he followed through, he hit my father in the chest,’’ Parziale recalled. “It wasn’t like the kid was going to be the next Arnold Palmer or anything. But he could make contact.’’ Yes, Matt Parziale could make contact. And, as a little boy, he paid attention. And he archived some fond memories of his own. Like many other little boys, he
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 16:00:00 GMT
A couple of firsts highlight this week’s edition, starting with news that Tiger Woods took his first few swings with a driver following back surgery in April, and a surreal cancellation of a round in Peru because of a census, of all things. Woods’ manager Mark Steinberg told GolfChannel.com that the 14-time major champion recently met with his doctor who performed his back surgery in April, and that he hasn’t experienced any pain in his most recent comeback. Not bad for a guy who just three weeks ago at the Presidents Cup said he was limited to hitting 60-yard wedge shots. The conversation now turns to his possible return, with some speculating he may be ready in time to play December’s Hero World Challenge, which Woods hosts and is played on a golf course in the Bahamas he’s comfortable on.

 

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