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July 22, 2010
Lion Kim roars to victory in darkness at APL
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The USGA already has a "Tiger," a "Spider" and a "Golden Bear" as national champions. Add to that list Lion Kim, who won the 2010 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship in the most dramatic fashion possible, sinking a 6-foot par putt at 9:06 p.m., 34 minutes after sunset, to defeat David McDaniel, 6 and 5, at the 7,218-yard, par-71 Champions Course at Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center. Kim, 21, from Ann Arbor, Mich., lost the first hole of the scheduled 36-hole final to McDaniel, 25, of Tucson, Ariz., but won the second to square the match. He never trailed again. More

Insider: College stars excited to play at Children's Hospital
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The college stars who will be a part of the Nationwide Tour tournament this week will likely see a glimpse of their future. In one of the more unique tournaments of the season, the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational invites this past season's All-America selections from the College Golf Coaches Association's teams. This week, 11 of them, as well as Nathan Smith, a 2009 Walker Cup member, will give the 144-player field plenty of young stars in the making. Kip McBride, the tournament director, said the idea to add the college All-Americans has brought a lot of excitement to the tournament through the years. More


Amateur Jeong continues Asia's golfing surge
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Jin Jeong, 20, winner of the Silver Medal for low amateur at the Open, has had quite the summer on Scottish links courses. The South Korean, who now lives and practices in Melbourne, Australia, won the British Amateur Championship at Muirfield, too. Jeong drove the final green at St Andrews and holed a 25-foot putt for eagle to finish 4-under-par and tied 14th. He beat Tiger Woods by one shot. More

Taylor, Wong and Hill invited to the Canadian Open
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Two of Canada's most decorated amateur players, Nick Taylor and Eugene Wong of British Columbia and this country's newest high profile professional, Matt Hill of Ontario, have been offered sponsor exemptions into the PGA TOUR's upcoming RBC Canadian Open Championship scheduled for Toronto next month. Taylor, from Abbotsford, and Wong, from North Vancouver, both members of the Royal Canadian Golf Association's (Golf Canada) Team Canada squad, together with former Team Canada member, Matt Hill of Bright's Grove, were added to the field of the Open at St. George's Golf and Country Club for July 22-25. More

CPT/Santa Maria Collegiate Open results
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The Collegiate Players Tour played this week the CPT/Santa Maria Collegiate Open in Baton Rouge, LA. The Women's yardage was 6007 with a par 72, the Men's yardage was 6952 with a par 72. In the Women's Division Kelsey Kipp, North Texas University a 1 under par of 215. Seconnd place winner was Eve Santillan,Oral Roberts University and third place was Maria Santisteban, Boise State University. In the Men's Division history repeats itself Geoff Shaw, Texas A&M won for the third time this summer with a 217 total. Second place Jordan Anderson. McNeese State University shot a 219 and third place Brock Wilson, Rice University shot 222. More

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Alex Carpenter charges through field on back nine to win Southern Amateur
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Alex Carpenter fired a 6-under-par 30 on the back nine Saturday at Shoal Creek to come charging through the field and capture the 104th Southern Amateur Championship. Carpenter, who will be a sophomore at Abilene Christian University this fall, edged Patrick Cantlay by one shot and fellow overnight leader Blayne Barber by three. The Little Rock, Ark., native shot rounds of 70-67-70-66 --272, 16-under-par. More

Pinckney holds off Tway at Trans-Miss
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Arizona State senior Scott Pinckney held off a charge by Kevin Tway at the Trans-Mississippi Championship, defeating the Oklahoma State senior in sudden death. It would have been Tway's second amateur victory in as many weeks. Tway, who won the Players Amateur on July 11 by seven shots, shot a final-round 3-under 67 to get to 6-under 204 at Denver Country Club, tying Pinckney. Pinckney, who carded a final-round 69, then clinched the championship on the second playoff hole. More


Penn State provides excellent junior golf
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The final round of the 2010 PGA Junior Series event at the Penn State Golf Courses provided plenty of drama. With over 160 players from 16 different states as well as Canada, spectators were bound to witness great golf and exceptional play on the Blue Course. Brett Rinker of Slippery Rock, Pa., Jesse Hazam of Mechanicsberg, Pa., and William Wears of Latrobe, Pa., all tied with a three day total of 2-under-par 214. On the first play-off hole, all three players had make able birdie putts and after both Wears and Hazam lipped out, Rinker made his birdie putt to win the division. Rinker lead wire-to-wire to win the division and carded the low round of the tournament with his 6-under-par 66 on day one. More

Hall uses past experiences as an ally
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At this week's U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, Gavin Hall distinguishes himself as not your typical golfer. Forget, for a moment, that he's one of the few left-handers in the field. In a field filled with loyal caddies, he's not employing one. The 15-year-old from Pittsford, N.Y., is also here without his parents in tow. He plays golf and writes left-handed, but shoots hoops right-handed. He admittedly doesn't procrastinate nor change swing coaches every five minutes. But what has truly distinguished Hall from the rest of the field was his 10-under 62 in the second round of stroke-play qualifying at Egypt Valley Country Club, which signaled the lowest score in the 63-year history of the U.S. Junior Amateur and tied the second-lowest aggregate at any USGA championship. More

Surrey's Adam Svensson wins junior world golf title
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Last week, Adam Svensson won a B.C. championship. On Friday, the Surrey teenager became a world champion. Svensson, who won last week's B.C. Junior championship at Crown Isle in Courtenay, on Friday claimed the prestigious Callaway World Junior Championship at Torrey Pines South in San Diego. Svensson carded an even-par 72 in Friday's final round to finish the 72-hole event at six-under par. More


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