The legend of Karl Kimball grew some more over the past 24 hours. Of course, he would tell you that it’s not about him. At 6:05 p.m. Tuesday, Kimball triple-bogeyed the 18th hole at Hillandale Golf Course to finish off 324 holes of golf in 24 hours.
With Ron Schmid driving his golf cart and an American flag that once flew over Kandahar, Afghanistan flapping in the breeze, Karl Kimball embarked on his annual endeavor to help military families on Monday. Kimball, Hillandale Golf Course’s director of golf, began his 24 hours of golf marathon at 6 p.m.
John Huh refused to let tough conditions — and one terrible hole — get him down. He was rewarded with a share of the lead at the Wyndham Championship.The PGA Tour's reigning rookie of the year shot an even-par 70 on Saturday and joined Patrick Reed atop the field after a soggy third round. Huh and Reed, the second-round leader who shot a 71, were at 10-under 200. Huh shook off a triple bogey on his second hole, making up for it with three birdies in a four-hole stretch of the back nine.
Stacy Lewis felt such a spiritual connection with St. Andrews that even when she was three behind with three to play, she never lost hope she could win the Women's British Open. No way could she have scripted a finish like this.
They say par is a good score in a major. If that's true next week at the PGA Championship, then Tiger Woods has already done his share of preparation.
For the third time in her career, former Duke All-American Brittany Lang was named one of 12 members of the U.S. Solheim Cup Team on Sunday after the Women’s British Open at the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland.
Duke sophomore Celine Boutier played her final five holes at 2-under-par Friday on her way to carding a second straight round of even-par 72 as she made the cut at the Ricoh Women’s British Open at the St. Andrews Old Course in Scotland.
Continuing her busy summer, Duke sophomore Celine Boutier will compete in the Ricoh Women’s British Open beginning today at the St. Andrews Old Course in Scotland.
Chapel Hill’s Gina Kim rallied to make up a four-stroke deficit to overtake first-round leader Reona Hirai of Summerville, S.C., to win the 47th Twin States Junior Girls Golf Championship on Wednesday at Mimosa Hills Golf and Country Club.