Today is November 27, 2014

 
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Hossler gets praise on Twitter after Western Am victory

Less than two hours after Beau Hossler won the 112th Western Amateur, he was the talk of Twitter getting congratulatory tweets from Jordan Spieth and Mack Brown. Less than two hours after Beau Hossler won the 112th Western Amateur, he was the talk of Twitter getting congratulatory tweets from Jordan Spieth and Mack Brown. View More...

Eason, Strom make jumps in WAGR

Greg Eason and Linnea Strom made the most significant jumps of the week in the latest World Amateur Golf Ranking, Eason winning the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational and Strom winning the Spanish Ladies Amateur. Greg Eason and Linnea Strom made the most significant jumps of the week in the latest World Amateur Golf Ranking, Eason winning the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational and Strom winning the Spanish Ladies Amateur. View More...
 
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Faxon honored by Ouimet group for golf contributions

Brad Faxon, a former Ouimet Memorial Tournament winner, will be honored by the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund for lifelong contributions to golf. Brad Faxon, a former Ouimet Memorial Tournament winner, will be honored by the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund for lifelong contributions to golf. View More...

Dechambeau finds symmetry in physics, college golf

Bryson Dechambeau, a junior at SMU, has become one of the top players in college golf despite balancing the workload of a physics major and a demanding practice schedule. Bryson Dechambeau, a junior at SMU, has become one of the top players in college golf despite balancing the workload of a physics major and a demanding practice schedule. View More...

Teen qualifies for U.S. Am Four-Ball without partner

Bill Walbert couldn't make his qualifier for the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship. Luckily, his partner Brent Grant shot 9-under 63 playing his own ball to earn the pair a trip to The Olympic Club next year. Bill Walbert couldn't make his qualifier for the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship. Luckily, his partner Brent Grant shot 9-under 63 playing his own ball to earn the pair a trip to The Olympic Club next year. View More...
 
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