Golf

ASU Golfer Jon Rahm Collects Ben Hogan Award

By: Kayla Mortellaro PHOENIX, Ariz.--- Arizona State golfer Jon Rahm can add another trophy to his collection. Rahm, a junior from Spain earned the 2015 Ben Hogan Award Monday night at the Colonial Golf Club in Fort Worth, Texas. The Ben Hogan award is given to the best NCAA DI, DII, DIII, NAIA, or NJCAA collegiate player who has performed at ... Read More »

ASU Men’s Golf Advances to NCAA Finals

By: Kayla Mortellaro PHOENIX, Ariz.--- The Arizona State men's golf team went in to NCAA regional competition with one goal in mind and the team achieved. ASU competed in the San Diego regional May 14-16 at the Farms Golf Club needing to finish in the top five in order to advance to the NCAA Championship tournament. The no. 3 ranked Sun ... Read More »

ASU Men’s Golf Earn Top Seed

By: Kayla Mortellaro TEMPE, Ariz.--- The Arizona State men's golf team earned the top seed in the western regional in California. The Sun Devils will travel to Rancho Sante Fe, Cali., May 14-16, 2015 for the NCAA regional golf tournament. The Devils will be one of 13 teams in the San Diego area competing for the opportunity to advance to the finals. ... Read More »

Sun Devils Finish 3rd at Pac-12 Championship; Secure Territorial Cup

By: Kayla Mortellaro PHOENIX, Ariz.--- Arizona State had a nine shot lead heading in to the final round of the Pac-12 Championship held in Pullman, Washington at Palouse Ridge Golf Course. The weather elements that included a 50 degree day and winds up to 15-25 mph, plus a blistering hot Stanford team contributed to the Sun Devils being surpassed for ... Read More »

ASU Golfer’s Rahm and Rottluff to Compete in Palmer Cup

By: Kayla Mortellaro TEMPE, Ariz.--- Arizona State will be represented at the 2015 Palmer Cup with their stand-out juniors, Jon Rahm of Spain and Max Rottluff of Germany. Rahm and Rottluff will join the best college golfers in the world to get the chance to showcase their skills in the Palmer Cup, which features Team Europe versus Team USA in a Ryder ... Read More »

The 2015 Masters Belonged to Jordan Spieth

By: Kayla Mortellaro Jordan Spieth didn’t relinquish control of the lead all week at Augusta National and walked off the 18th hole as the 2015 Masters champion. At 21-years- 8-months- and 17 days, Spieth broke records all week and Sunday afternoon was no different. Once the final putt dropped, Spieth became the second youngest Masters champion, behind Tiger Woods. Spieth ... Read More »

Spieth Sets 54-Hole Scoring Record at Augusta

  By: Kayla Mortellaro Another day and another record broken by Jordan Spieth at the Masters. Day three at Augusta National saw similar soft conditions with calm winds that allowed Spieth to march around shooting two under, 70, and break the 54 hole scoring record. At -16 (200) after round three, Spieth’s total beat Raymond Floyd and Tiger Woods’ previous ... Read More »

Spieth Remains in Control at Augusta

  By: Kayla Mortellaro Jordan Spieth continued to be the story at Augusta National on day two. Spieth joined the history books once more after shooting a six under, 66 on Friday afternoon to position himself in the lead at -14 after 36 holes. The previous 36 hole lead at the Masters was held by Raymond Floyd in 1976 at ... Read More »

Day One at Augusta National

  By: Kayla Mortellaro Day one of the 2015 Masters is in the books. Jordan Spieth from Texas stole the show by blistering the course with an eight under, 64, Thursday afternoon. The 21-year-old rewrote the history books by  becoming the youngest player to hold the 18 hole lead at Augusta National. Anyone who knows anything about golf understands a ... Read More »

Lincicome Captures LPGA’s First Major

  By: Kayla Mortellaro The flare for dramatics was in full force Sunday afternoon at the ANA Inspiration in Rancho Mirage, Cali., for the LPGA tour’s first major of the year. South Korea’s Sei Young Kim started Sunday’s final round with a three shot lead over American and 2011 champion, Stacy Lewis. The afternoon drama certainly heated up as the ... Read More »