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Donald Trump-sponsored Jim Herman shakes off up-and-down second round to climb into contention of the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship

Jim Herman had a good round on Saturday and has a chance to win (


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COLUMBUS, O. – Tour golfer Jim Herman had a bad day on Friday as he battled windy conditions. He said his play was sloppy off the tee and he tried to stay together mentally.

With all of his troubles, Herman was still in contention tied for ninth at 3-under par-139 with five other players.

Herman, who is from Cincinnati, Ohio and a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, rallied back on Saturday with a resounding performance. He is tied for second place with Tyrone Van Aswegen at 7-under par-206, three strokes behind the leader, Seung-Yul Noh at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship on Ohio State’s Scarlet Course.

The one thing that stands out about Herman is, that you’ll see the letters TRUMP on his jackets, sweaters and shirts. He is sponsored by multi-millionaire businessman Donald Trump.

Trump does not sponsor many athletes. In addition to Herman, he backs David Frost from the Champions Tour and at one time Rocco Mediate.

One might wonder how Herman was fortunate enough to be sponsored by “The Donald”? “I’ve had a nice relationship with Mr. Trump”, Herman said. “I went to work for him in 2006. I was assistant professional for him for two years and qualified for the Tour my second season after working for him. He’s been a supporter and sponsor of mine. It’s nice to having someone like that on your shirt. You get a lot of attention, people ask about it.”

Herman told the media the story after his round about going to Bedminster, New Jersey to work for Trump. A job opened up there and a friend of his was the head professional, got interviews for the job and took it. Herman was hired shortly thereafter, spent a couple of years there but still kept his home in Port St. Lucie, Florida and went to Q-school in 2007.

Donald Trump is a dedicated sponsor to Jim Herman (2011 photo by Gage Skidmore via wikipedia commons)

Herman says that he saw Trump all the time in Bedminster. He plays golf all the time.

The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship is the third leg of four on the Tour Finals. The Hotel Fitness Championship in Ft. Wayne, Indiana kicked things off on August 29 with Trevor Immelman winning. The Chiquita Classic in Davidson, North Carolina last week was won by Andy Swoboda and the fourth event will take place on September 26, Tour Championship at Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

How the Finals works is the PGA Tour golfers #126-200 in the FedEx Cup points plus the Tour #1-75 on the money list compete.

The top 25 players on the money list for the Tour regular season are assured a PGA Tour Card. Also, the Finals will determine an additional 25 cards, based on cumulative earnings in those events, as well as the positioning of all 50 cards. Plus, 50 PGA Tour Cards will be awarded following the Tour Championship.

What’s at stake? Those 50 PGA Tour Cards, exempt status to the 2014 Players Championship awarded to:

#1 on the Tour Regular Season Money List.

#1 on the Tour Finals Money List.


Lehman win Champions Tour event in Mississippi


Tom Lehman (file photo)

Tom Lehman won the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic in Saucier, Mississippi, his second Champions Tour win of 2011.

He closed with a 3-under-par 69 for a four-stroke win.

Lehman finished the tournament at 16 under at Fallen Oak. He opened with a 67 and shot a course-record 64 on Friday.

Nick Price, David Frost and Jeff Sluman tied for second place.


Lunde wins New York PGA event; Frost captures 3M event in Minnesota


Bill Lunde rallied with a 6-under-par 66 to finish at 17-under-par 271, holding off J.J. Henry by one stroke to win the Turning Stone Resort Championship in Verona, New York.

Bill Lunde (PGA)

The win was the first for Lunde, who is just a second-year pro on the PGA Tour.


David Frost shot an 11-under-par 61 for a record-setting performance and win at the 3M Championship in Blaine, Minnesota.

The win was the Frost’s first on the Champions Tour, whose 25-under 191 is two shots better than the previous tournament scoring record, set by R. W. Eaks in 2008.

David Frost (Champions Tour)

Frost’s final-round score beat the tournament’s previous lowest round of 62 , set by Dana Quigley in 2008.

Mark Calcavecchia shot a 68 and finished five shots behind Frost.

compiled from PGA and Champions Tour news

Frost and Calcavecchia tied at 3M Championship on Champions Tour

David Frost shot a 6-under-par 66 and was tied with Mark Calcavecchia for the lead after two rounds of the 3M Championship in Blaine, Minnesota.

John Cook (67), Kirk Hanefeld (64) and David Peoples (66) were two shots back.

David Frost (PGA)

Calcavecchia started Saturday one shot behind Tommy Armour III but birdied six of his first 10 holes to open up a three-shot lead.

Calcavecchia’s lead shrank to one before back-to-back birdies on the 15th and 16th holes. He had bogeys at Number 17 and another at the par-5 18th to finish with a 66.

Frost made three birdies in a four-hole stretch on the front nine.

Tommy Armour III leads after round one of 3-M Championship

Tommy Armour III had a very productive round on Friday.

Armour shot a 9-under-par 63 and has a one-stroke lead over Mark Calcavecchia and David Frost after one round of the 3M Championship in Blaine, Minnesota. John Cook and Jeff Sluman are two shots back.

Tommy Armour III (PGA)

Friday was a perfect day for golf; temperatures were in the low-80′s, with partly cloudy skies and very little wind. 45 of the 78 players finished under par.

Armour, who only had two victories in over 20 years on the PGA Tour, has three second-place finishes in 12 previous starts during his rookie year on the Champions Tour. He finished 8th at the Senior British Open and 11th at the U.S. Senior Open.

Starting on the back nine, Armour birdied three of his first four holes and added another at number 18. Birdies on the 2nd and 3rd holes moved him to 6-under par, before he birdied his last three holes. Armour, who ranks 10th in tour putting average, one-putted for seven of his birdies.

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