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Columbus area native Kyle Reifers finishes strong at the Louisiana Open

Kyle Reifers (courtesy Wake Forest University)

Dublin native Kyle Reifers, who is now 30, grew up around the game of golf.

His father, Randy and mother, Alison are famous for winning amateur tournaments around Ohio.

Randy played golf at DePauw University and is a member of the Ohio Golf Hall of Fame. His father played on the same college golf team as former Vice President Dan Qualye and golf analyst Mark Rolfing.

On Sunday, Kyle tied for third with a 13 under par at the Louisiana Open on the Tour in Broussard. He finished behind eventual winner Kris Blanks.

He was one stroke off the lead in the tournament.



Dublin, Ohio native Kyle Reifers among clubhouse leaders at PGA event in Mississippi


Dublin, Ohio native Kyle Reifers is among the clubhouse leaders after the second round  of the PGA Tour’s Sanderson Farms Classic in Madison, Mississippi.

Play was delayed for the second straight day due to lightning being close to the course.

Reifers is tied at 10 under par along with Fabian Gomez, Troy Matteson, Paul Stankowski and Vaughn Taylor.

Leader of the first round, Daniel Summerhays was also at 10 under par but had only completed eight holes of golf in the round.

Dustin Johnson back in form; wins St. Jude Classic in Memphis


Dustin Johnson at the 2012 Memorial Tournament, sees his game is slowly coming back ( photo)

There was a six-week period this year, when PGA Tour golfer Dustin Johnson could not swing a golf club, more less win a tournament.

He returned to the Tour after the six-week hiatus, and competed well in the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, where he tied for 19th place.

The injury occured in early March at his home while lifting a jet ski. The result was a pulled muscle in his lower right back.

Johnson seems to be back on his game as he won the St. Jude Classic on Sunday in Memphis, Tennessee, in his second event. He carded a 4-under-par 66 to hold off John Merrick by one stroke.

Merrick remains winless in 154 PGA Tour starts. He shot a 69 on Sunday.

Davis Love III shot a 69 and tied for third with Nick O’Hern (69), Chad Campbell (68) and Ryan Palmer (66) at 273.

Rory McIlroy shot a 69 and tied with three others at 274.


Info compiled from PGA Tour

Mickelson surprisingly withdraws from Memorial Tournament due to fatigue


Phil Mickelson ( file photo)

(courtesy of the Memorial Tournament)

“Lefty” Phil Mickelson before coming to the Columbus, Ohio area this week for the Memorial Tournament, had played in three straight tournaments. He then skipped a tournament to take his wife, Amy, to Italy last week as a present to celebrate her 40th birthday.

You would think his body would be refreshed and a good week of golf was on tap.


The 41-year-old PGA Tour veteran who is one of the fan-favorites, will not get his 49th career win at the Memorial.

Mickelson withdrew from the tournament after shooting a 7-over-par 79. It was his worst round in 12 visits to the Dublin, Ohio tournament.

Several people who were in the galleries where Mickelson played, said that it was the patrons taking photos with their cellphones and cellphone chatter which made the left-hander leave the tournament.

After banning the cellphones for years, the PGA Tour in 2011 started allowing fans to carry their fans on the course as long as they’re set for the silent mode and don’t use them near the tees.

Mickelson said he has never withdrew from a tournament due to a noninjury.

Mickelson told the media after his round, “I think mentally I’m a little bit fatigued. I’m trying to think of the big picture on what’s best for me to get ready for the U.S. Open.”

The U.S. Open will be played in two weeks in San Francisco’s Olympic Club, Lake Course.

Dublin native Murphy signed by Phoenix Coyotes


Connor Murphy (courtesy of Miami U athletics)

The Phoenix Coyotes have signed Dublin, Ohio resident Connor Murphy, their top pick in the 2011 NHL draft, to an entry level contract.

Murphy is the son of former Blue Jackets assistant coach Gord Murphy, now an assistant coach with the Florida Panthers.

The 18-year-old Murphy, a defenseman, was taken at #20 by the Coyotes.


compiled from Phoenix Coyotes, Radio & TV news

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