GolfTalkCentral: Top 5 rookies of the 2012 season
GolfChannel.com senior writer Rex Hoggard joins Lara Baldesarra to talk about the PGA Tour’s top rookies so far in 2012.
Bae leads, hopes for better finish at Riviera
LOS ANGELES – Bae Sang - moon is off to another great start at the Northern Trust Open. The next step is a better finish. Bae played bogey-free on another
Opening day of Match Play full of surprises
Among them: — Ian Poulter, the Match Play winner two years ago, suffered his worst loss in nine appearances when Bae Sang - moon beat him, 4 and 3. — Bill Haas, coming off that monster win at Riviera just three days ago, looked like a winner
Mahan, Wilson, McIlroy, Westwood reach semis
stake for the winner - a chance to go to No. 1 in the world. McIlroy had another surge on the back nine to put away Bae Sang - moon of South Korean, 3 and 2. Moments later, Westwood finished off Martin Laird of Scotland for a 3-and-2 victory
Westwood gets revenge on Watney
an otherwise dull afternoon at Dove Mountain. None of the matches went the distance until the final last one, when Bae Sang - moon missed a 6-foot putt on the 17th hole, only to finish off John Senden with a par putt from about the same distance on the 18th
Twenty-eight teams to compete for World Cup
McDowell and Paul McGinley Italy: Edoardo Molinari and Francesco Molinari Japan: Ryuji Imada and Toru Taniguchi Korea: Bae Sang - moon and Kim Hyung-tae Mexico: Daniel De Leon and Oscar Serna New Zealand: Mark Brown and David Smail Philippines
Bae holds off Bradley to capture 1st title at Nelson
With a par at the 72nd hole, Sang-Moon Bae coasted to a two-shot victory over Keegan Bradley at the Byron.