Tag Archives: Bobby Wyatt

May
28
2014

Time to earn a ring

The Oklahoma State Cowboys took down the number one seeded Stanford Cardinals 3-2 in the semifinals, and they will have an opportunity to dethrone the defending national champion Alabama Crimson Tide in the NCAA Finals at Prairie Dunes.

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Sep
7
2013
By Stephanie Wei under Amateur Golf
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Michael Weaver: This kid is good

This is the first Walker Cup I’ve ever covered or attended, but it’s not the first time I’ve seen National Golf Links of America, which, as longtime readers know is my favorite course, and I highly encourage anyone in the area to attend on Sunday — no ropes, great golf, amazing course, the up-and-coming young stars, etc.

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Jul
28
2010

Or like throwing a no-hitter in the Major Leagues? 59 used to be golf’s magic number, a score that guaranteed golfing immortality.

But that number has lost a little bit of its luster lately.

Just this month alone, Paul Goydos became the first player on the PGA Tour in 11 years to shoot a 59, while Steve Stricker and Carl Pettersson nearly joined him, firing 60s. In a Nationwide Tour pro-am last week, Trevor Murphy shot an outrageous 56.

And now a 17-year-old has shot a 57.

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