Tag Archives: Scott Langley

Mar
16
2014
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour
Snake charmer!
For a while, it looked like no one wanted to win in the final round of the Valspar Championship as the leaders got off to slow starts and at the same time, the contenders began to backup. Then, John Senden decided he was going to snare this victory for his first on the PGA Tour since 2006, beating out Kevin Na by one stroke.

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Feb
5
2014
Manning and Bellichick: NFL bond runs deep
Peyton Manning did make the trip to play in the AT&T National Pebble Beach Pro-Am, after all. He was a last-minute addition to the field after the Seattle Seahawks throttled the esteemed quarterback and his Denver Broncos just three days ago in the 48th edition of the Super Bowl.

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Feb
7
2013
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour
Yes, that is indeed Bill Murray, sporting some interesting facial hair!

Yes, that is indeed Bill Murray, sporting an interesting beard!

Of course that’s a reference to Bill Murray’s facial hair. The Pebble Beach National Pro-Am regular is making a scene, per usual. He’s partnered up with D.A. Points, who won the event in 2011 — the pair were also victorious in the pro-am portion of the tournament.

Murray and Points played at Monterey Peninsula Country Club’s Shore Course on Thursday, and posted a team effort of five-under 65, putting them in a tie for 51st after the opening round.

Here’s a closer shot of Murray’s beard:

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Jan
17
2013
By WUP Staff under By the Numbers

Henley closed with five birdies to claim his maiden PGA Tour title.

As the first full-field event of the season, the Sony Open in Hawaii inaugurated the PGA Tour careers of most — but not all — the 2013 rookies. Generally, the tournament is won by a Tour veteran, but not this year: two rookies, Russell Henley and Scott Langley, stole the show.

How did they do it? For the mathematically inclined (and inept), here’s your statistical breakdown of the week in Waialae.

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Jan
13
2013
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour
These kids are good

These kids are good

I’m still reeling from flu-like symptoms and the tragic loss of the Seattle Seahawks to the Atlanta Falcons, but I’m trying to put aside my qualms for the back-nine battle at the Sony Open.

Rookies Russell Henley and Scott Langley posted 17-under 193 to break the 54-hole scoring record at Waialae Country Club. The 23-year-olds entered the final round three shots clear of the closest contender, Tim Clark.

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