An online guide to the Rules of Golf, courtesy of the USGA.
Just a pair of golf cartoons from "B.C." and "Wizard of Id."
Coming in last among those who played all four rounds, Isabelle Beisiegel fails PGA Q-school.
Isabelle Beisiegel failed to qualify for the PGA Tour this weekend at the Greg Norman Course at PGA West in La Quinta, CA. Beisiegel shot rounds of 84, 80, 80 and 79 for a 35-over-par 323 which placed her last among 78 golfers playing all four rounds. Seven golfers withdrew from the tournament.
After her relatively poor performance, however, Isabelle was disappointed, but not discouraged. "The biggest thing I am going to take away from this week is that strength and length were not a factor," she said. "I already knew that, but now I have proof."
Beisiegel, a native of Canada who played golf at the University of Oklahoma, said failing to qualify this year won't stop her from trying the process next year or trying some one-day qualifying events for PGA Tour stops in 2005.
Good players use creativity and awareness of the situation to their advantage on the course.
I was late in watching The Big Break II on the Golf Channel again this week. These baseball playoff games lasting until midnight and later are killing me and my regular viewing schedule. Anyhow, I wanted to note something about this week's competition. My absolute favorite challenge so far in this whole series was the elimination challenge from this episode.