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October 2014
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  • Recap: Harman, 3 others lead McGladrey Classic October 23, 2014
    Brian Harman had his best season on the PGA Tour last season. Thursday, he kicked off his 2014-15 campaign by shooting 5-under 65 and grabbing a share of the first-round lead at the McGladrey Classic.
    Golfweek Staff
  • Harman puts 2nd Tour title in his crosshairs October 23, 2014
    After an off-season filled with deer hunting and fishing, Brian Harman took advantage of his local knowledge to shoot a 5-under 65 on Sea Island's Seaside Course and grab a share of the early first-round lead at the McGladrey Classic.
    Adam Schupak
  • Kizzire earns McGladrey spot in unorthodox fashion October 23, 2014
    Patton Kizzire, an Auburn alumnus, takes advantage of a spot in the McGladrey Classic, which he earned in an 18-hole playoff at Sea Island over Trey Mullinax, Cory Whitsett and Bobby Wyatt.
    Alex Miceli
  • South Carolina, Duke highlight Landfall Tradition field October 23, 2014
    The Landfill Tradition brings 13 top-50 teams to Wilmington, N.C., along with plenty of storylines including: South Carolina sophomore Katelyn Dambaugh's return after a back injury, Duke's impressive Maguire-Boutier combo and Tennessee's quest for a win after two runner-up finishes.
    Andy Zunz
  • Man makes four holes-in-one in 33 days October 23, 2014
    Dom DeBonis recorded four holes-in-one in 33 days, with his final three aces coming in a span of three days in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
    Andy Zunz
  • Turfnet.com seeking top superintendents October 23, 2014
    It’s time to recognize the role of your golf course superintendent.
    Golfweek Staff
  • Olesen, Wade share Perth lead with record 64 October 23, 2014
    Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark and John Wade of Australia posted course-record rounds 8-under 64 at Lake Karrinyup Country Club on Thursday to share the lead after the first round of the Perth International.
    Golfweek Staff
  • Park to overtake Lewis as No. 1 in Rolex Rankings October 23, 2014
    Inbee Park is set to take the No. 1 spot in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, ending Stacy Lewis' 21-week run as the No. 1 player.
    Andy Zunz
  • Korda leads, Kang aces 17 at Blue Bay LPGA October 23, 2014
    Jessica Korda took the first-round lead at the Blue Bay LPGA in China, but it was Danielle Kang who made the shot of the day: a hole-in-one on the 155-yard 17th.
    Andy Zunz
  • SCORES: McGladrey Classic October 23, 2014
    Follow the live leaderboard from the 2014 McGladrey Classic in Sea Island, Ga.
  • Klein-Gille's goal: rebuild Tulsa women's golf October 23, 2014
    Former Arizona State star and LPGA Tour winner Emilee Klein-Gille turns her focus to the Tulsa women's golf program, which she hopes to restore to its past glory.
    Beth Ann Nichols
  • Sinnott leads Asia-Pacific Am at Royal Melbourne October 23, 2014
    Todd Sinnott of Australia leads the Asia-Pacific Amateur after a calculated 5-under 67 on Thursday at Royal Melbourne’s Composite Course in Melbourne, Australia.
    Julie Williams
  • Finchem floats Ryder fix: Foursomes exhibitions October 23, 2014
    Tim Finchem will not be part of the recently announced U.S. Ryder Cup task force, but the PGA Tour commissioner nonetheless has a few ideas about how the Americans can reassert themselves in the biennial matches.
    Alex Miceli
  • McGladrey evolution includes date change, field size October 23, 2014
    McGladrey fever will last another five years in Georgia’s Golden Isles, but with a different look. The financial consulting firm has extended its sponsorship of its PGA Tour stop by another five years.
    Alex Miceli
  • For Chris Kirk, it's time for a major move October 22, 2014
    Chris Kirk is coming off the season of his life, having won not once, but twice in 2013-14, including the McGladrey Classic, which he’ll try to defend beginning Thursday not far from his former home in Sea Island.
    Jeff Babineau