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The Big Ten Conference named both the Men’s and Women’s All-Conference Golf teams. Big Ten Player of the Year: Christopher Gotterup, Rutgers Big Ten Freshman of the Year: Jerry Ji, Illinois Les Bolstad Award: Christopher Gotterup, Rutgers Women’s Golf Big Ten Player of the Year: Valery Plata, Michigan State Big Ten Freshman of theRead More →

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Latest from the world of golf Tiger Woods Any time Tiger Woods is playing, he’s the story. This week is no different. Woods will be going from win No. 83. Sam Snead’s 82 victories doesn’t have the same ring as Jack Nicklaus’ 18 majors but it’s on par with theRead More →

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Mickelson isn’t looking for a hand out Phil Mickelson announced that he won’t accept a special exemption to play the U.S. Open, if offered. Mickelson has made it clear that he’s either going to qualify or he won’t play. On one hand that’s an admirable stance but on the otherRead More →

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When was the last time golf in December received this much attention? The USA Team’s 16-14 Presidents Cup win had everything. It had star power, controversy, new faces, old faces, and on-course drama. All in all, the Presidents Cup got the shot in the arm it needed. PAR The InternationalRead More →

President's Cup

At least, three times, it looked like the United States team was close to be run out of Australia. But, as we enter, Sunday singles, the Red, White, and Blue find themselves only down two points. Well within striking distance of retaining the Presidents Cup. Sunday Singles Match 19 TigerRead More →

President's Cup

The momentum the United States had at the end of session two didn’t carryover to session three. With the US Team in a desperate situation, was shocking that Tiger Woods the Captain didn’t have Tiger Woods the player in the afternoon foursomes. Perhaps the most disappointing pairing was Patrick ReedRead More →

President's Cup

Whether you want to call in momentum, confidence, or hope, the United States has a lot of it despite being down 6.5-3.5 in the Presidents Cup. Believe it or not, it could’ve been much worse than that. The International Team was poised to sweep all five Foursomes matches but thenRead More →

President's Cup

The United States Presidents Cup squad finds itself in very unfamiliar territory. The United States have led after the first day in nine of the last 12 Presidents Cups. The International Team is up 4-1 after day one. The lone American win was by the pairing of Tiger Woods andRead More →

President's Cup

The captains announced their pairings for the opening Four-Ball matches and two matches stick out for different reasons. Match One involves Tiger Woods so all eyes will be on the opening tee shots of the event. Though I still wish Woods didn’t select himself, his presence as a golfer isRead More →