Wednesday, June 19


Women’s golf overshoots NCAA trophy

Their national-championship hopes had long since vanished and the narrow and tormenting Scarlet Course had gotten the best of their psyches and their scorecards. Friday’s final round of the NCAA Women’s Golf Championships in Columbus, Ohio, didn’t offer the Bruins the chance to catch the leaders and claim UCLA’s illustrious 100th NCAA title. Read more...


Grass not getting greener

NEW YORK “”mdash; Maybe it’s the Scarlet Course’s recently renovated greens, which are hard as rocks and as undulating as a turtle’s shell. Maybe it’s the course’s first cut of rough, as unforgiving as the Bruins have played in all season and, at least from their perspective, infringing on more and more of the tight fairways. Read more...


Expecting twins hasn’t affected expectations

COLUMBUS, Ohio “”mdash; Walking a golf course is usually not that difficult. Walking it in Carrie Forsyth’s shoes this season, however, has been. The UCLA women’s golf coach is pregnant with twins and is due sometime around October. Read more...


A few too many over par

COLUMBUS, Ohio “”mdash; With thunderstorms still hundreds of miles to the west, the trees as still as the ponds they towered over and the temperature still tolerable, the Scarlet Golf Course on the Ohio State University campus was ripe for the taking Wednesday morning. Read more...


Women’s golf in place to bring home 100th title

After the UCLA women’s golf team captured the national championship in 2004, coach Carrie Forsyth had the hats of each Bruin on the team adorned with the number “92.” It was a reminder that the five golfers who took home the NCAA Championship trophy from Opelika, Ala., that year were part of UCLA’s championship tradition, bringing home the program’s 92nd national title. Read more...




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