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PGA Golf News (Yahoo! Sports) - 09/19/14
South Africa's Paula Reto birdied her final hole Friday for a 6-under 66 and a three-stroke lead in the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. Reto had five birdies in a six-hole stretch on her opening nine - the back nine on Capitol Hill's Senator layout. The 24-year-old former Purdue player finished with eight birdies and two bogeys to reach 13-under 131. ''I was just really patient with myself,'' said Reto, playing her first season on the LPGA Tour after a year on the Symetra Tour.
One of the real secrets to success on the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles will be accuracy off the tee, so drivers will play a key role in determining which team will claim the Ryder Cup. So which big sticks will the players choose? Here are summaries of the drivers that the members of both teams are expected to play.
The Ryder Cup, the biennial contest between the top professional golfers from America and Europe, has become a fixture for both fans and players alike. Then came Samuel Ryder, a seed merchant from St. Albans, England, who was the driving force behind what is now one of the most-anticipated events on the golf schedule every two years. Most golf fans recognize the trophy and know the name, but how much you do really know about Samuel Ryder? 1. Samuel Ryder planned to become a teacher
Whilst Lee Westwood will - metaphorically speaking - be one of the biggest characters in Europe's team room at next week's Ryder Cup, the Englishman will be sporting a new slimline physique when he steps onto the first tee for the ninth time in the biennial contest, writes RyderCup.com's Paul Symes. As the most experienced member of Paul McGinley's side - Spaniard Sergio Garcia has the next most caps with six - Westwood will again be expected to lead from the front at The Gleneagles Hotel;
If you mention the name "Ponte Vedra," the normal response is usually "TPC Sawgrass" or "home of the PGA Tour." But what if the 1939 Ryder Cup hadn't been canceled? How might things have turned out differently for the area - and for the golf industry -- if the matches had taken place at Ponte Vedra Country Club, just south of Jacksonville? The area is known now as a golfing destination, but 100 years ago, it was the location of the National Lead Company's strip mining operation. PGA professional Jim Howard is the director of golf at the place now known as Ponte Vedra Inn and Club, and he's researched the history of the Ocean Course, which was going to be the site of the 1939 Ryder Cup on Nov. 18-19.