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October 2011

Bo Van Pelt wins Asia Pacific Classic
Bo Van Pelt ran away with the Asia Pacific Classic at The Mines Golf Club in Selnagor, Malaysia on Sunday. The American dominated the back nine with five birdies for a 7-under 64 and a huge six-stroke victory ahead of compatriot and fellow-Indianan Jeff Overton.''I've watched other guys coming... view

McIlroy ahead at Shanghai Masters
U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy shot an 8-under 64 on Thursday to take a one-stroke lead in the Shanghai Masters.The 22-year-old star from Northern Ireland had eight birdies - five on the back nine - in his bogey-free round on Lake Malaren's Jack Nicklaus-designed Masters course."If I can play as s... view

Fowler on cover of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13
Rickie Fowler has won the coveted Tigers Woods PGA Tour 13 Match Play cover vote, earning him a spot next to Woods on the franchise’s next big release.After three weeks of campaigning on social media and fan voting, the 22-year-old edged out Bubba Watson 52 percent to 48 percent. Despite winning hi... view

Donald is PGA Player of the Year
World number one Luke Donald capped a fantastic 2011 when the Englishman was named winner of the 2011 PGA of America player of the year award and the Vardon Trophy for lowest scoring average on Monday.Though Donald has yet to win one of golf's four major titles, his two PGA Tour victories and remar... view

Rankings cap Garcia and Donald's fine 2011
Luke Donald is now tied for the eighth longest reign as World Number One in the official golf rankings announced Monday.Now into his 22nd week as the highest-rated player in golf, the 33-year-old celebrated both taking the title at the Children’s Miracle Network Classic on Sunday and usurping Webb... view

Donald demonstrates dominance at Disney
Luke Donald cemented his dominance as the preeminent golfer this year by finishing No.1 on the PGA Tour Sunday with an 8-under 64 to win the Children’s Miracle Network Classic at Disneyland Florida.Already No.1 in the world, the Englishman won the final tournament of the year in some style with six... view

PGA launch South American Tour for 2012
As golf prepares to join the Olympic pantheon once again in 2016 in Brazil, the PGA Tour is jumping on the global develop bandwagon with plans for a series of tournaments in South America next year.Titled “PGA Tour Latinoamerica”, the tour will feature 11 events played in seven countries, with the... view

Bradley is champion of champions at Grand Slam
Keegan Bradley held off a charging Charl Schwartzel  to win the PGA Grand Slam on Wednesday at the Port Royal Golf Course in Bermuda.The Masters champion from South Africa sunk a 30-foot putt at No.5 to kick-start a run of consecutive birdies, to shoot a course record-tying 6-under 65 to finis... view

Crane into top 50; Lewis soars 455 places
Ben Crane was the highest mover in the top 100 on the golf leader board this week having won his fourth PGA Tour title at the McGladrey Classic on Sunday.The 35 year old from Portland, Oregon shot a 7-under 63 in regulation play with two batches of four consecutive birdies after the turn to take We... view

Shark Attacks: I wouldn't have picked Woods
Greg Norman has added some spice to next month’s Presidents Cup by criticizing the inclusion of Tiger Woods in Fred Couple’s U.S. Team and saying he wouldn’t have picked him to play.Norman will be the International team captain for the contest at Royal Melbourne and told Fort Myers (Fla.) News-Pres... view

Simpson second at Sea Island but top of money
Ben Crane beat Webb Simpson on the second hole of a sudden death playoff to take the McGladrey Classic at Sea Island after shooting a 7-under 63 in regulation play.Crane ran off four straight birdies round the turn, then another batch of four straight despite playing with a sore hip.''I'm in a litt... view

Webb closes in on Money List top spot
Webb Simpson was right on track after the opening round of the McGladrey Classic on Thursday.Simpson signed up for the Fall Series tournament at Sea Island to give him a shot at winning the PGA Tour money and a magnificent 7-under 63 put him on pole position to do just that."There's no way I can pl... view

Money talks: Simpson hopes to overtake Donald
The last time he was playing golf in Atlanta, Webb Simpson was gunning for the FedEx Cup  $10 million jackpot at the Tour Championship in East Lake. This time he’s set his sights a bit lower, $68,972 to be precise.That’s the amount he needs to earn at the McGladrey Classic at Sea Island to go... view

Sharks infest Australian golf course
Bill Haas won’t be replicating his FedEx Cup-winning water shot should he ever make his way to the Carbrook Golf Club in Brisbane, Australia.Not with one of the most unique water hazards in the game – a lake full of man-eating bull sharks, Sky News reports.Six sharks between 8ft and 10ft long got o... view

10 years & 6 playoff holes later, Molder wins
It took nearly a decade after leaving Georgia Tech and the longest play-off of the year on the PGA Tour, but finally Bryce Molder captured his first maiden tour victory.The 32-year-old from Harrison, Arkansas outlasted Briny Baird after regulation play, making a 6-foot birdie putt on the sixth play... view

Fowler wins first Pro Title at Korea Open
Rickie Fowler won the OneAsia Tour’s Korea Open on Sunday, finishing six shots ahead of US Open champion Rory McIlroy.The win at Woo Jeong Hills Golf Club in Cheonan, South Korea was the 22-year-old’s first professional title as he closed with a 3-under 68, for a 16-under and a cheque for $249,864.... view

LaCava: Working for Woods a "no-brainer"
On the eve of their first outing as a player-caddy partnership, Joe LaCava revealed that leaving a player guaranteed to finish in the top-10 on the money list for one who hasn’t won in the last two years was not a hard decision."Why? Because he's Tiger Woods," LaCava said Wednesday, offering very l... view

Mediate: Woods will get back on top
Rocco Mediate previously caused a buzz when he claimed to be “disgusted” by Tiger Woods’ swing, strongly criticizing Woods’ coaches Sean Foley and Hank Haney. On the eve of Thursday’s Open, in which both he and Woods will be competing, he stuck to his guns, saying the swing was king."If he... view

McIlroy will not burnout despite tough schedule
Despite U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy facing nine tournaments in five countries over the next 11 weeks, he is not facing “burnout” according to his manager. Asia is the first port of call on the McIlroy World Tour: Seoul today for the Korea Open and a One Asia Tour event and then to Chin... view

Kevin Na wins first PGA title at Vegas
Kevin Na won the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open by two strokes over Nick Watney at TPC Sumlerin in Las Vegas on Sunday. The Fall Series opener was Na’s first PGA Tour title, as he closed with a 6-under 65 for a tournament record 23-under 261.''I'm just very excited about my... view

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