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RSM McGladrey, an up-and-coming accounting firm, has raised over $175,000 for the Special Olympics with the help of its clients, Natalie Gulbis, Chris DiMarco, and Zach Johnson:  http://www.prweb.com/releases/RSM_McGladrey/Special_Olympics/prweb3113094.htm


Aaron Stewart wasn’t interested in golf until after his father died 10 years ago when his private jet lost air pressure. Aaron, now 20, is a redshirt freshman golfer at Southern Methodist University.

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To anyone who thought that sports was the one sector that was untouchable during tough economic times:  Here are two New York Times articles showing how corporations are having to pull their sponsorships from various professional sports, including but not limited to NASCAR, cycling, and golf (PGA).  Perhaps the corporate sponsors with a traditional presence who have been hit the hardest are the American car companies, such as General Motors and Buick.  The higher-market sports such as football (NFL) are also seeing a pull back in sponsorships by struggling corporations affected by the economy.  One poignant example of this is how last year GM paid for and aired 11 advertisements during the Super Bowl ($3 million each).  This year, GM has not requested any slots during the Super Bowl due to lack of funds, which is pretty incredible, considering they were the leading sponsor of sporting events for the last five years.

Here are the two articles:

Juliet Macur and Dave Caldwell’s article entitled “Poor Economy Starting to Shape Sports Landscap,” appeared in the Times on Saturday, November 15th and can be found here:


Katie Thomas’ article, “As the Economy Worsens, Is There Money for Play” was in the Sunday Edition of the Times, on November 16th.  Here is the link to her article:


George Tanber wrote a recent article for ESPN.com on Lorena Ochoa, the number one ranked woman golfer in the world.  For the talented Ochoa, a 26-year old Mexican-American, her accolades on the course are numerous, but it is her influence outside of the arena of professional golf that Tanber explains makes “the definitive mark of a memorable champion” and creates a lasting legacy.  You can read the entire article at the link below as well as the most current LPGA golf rankings and pictures of Ochoa.


Women’s World Golf Rankings

Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings
AS OF 10/13/2008
1 Lorena Ochoa MEX 46    
2 Annika Sorenstam SWE 38    
3 +1 Yani Tseng TWN 30    
4 -1 Paula Creamer USA 53    
5 Suzann Pettersen NOR 50    
6 Cristie Kerr USA 49    
7 Ji-Yai Shin KOR 58    
8 +1 Karrie Webb AUS 46    
9 -1 Helen Alfredsson SWE 36    
10 Seon-Hwa Lee KOR 57    
11 +7 Angela Stanford USA 50    
12 -1 Momoko Ueda JPN 63    
13 +1 Yuri Fudoh JPN 42    
14 -1 Inbee Park KOR 51    
15 -3 Maria Hjorth SWE 56    
16 -1 Jeong Jang KOR 55    
17 -1 Eun-Hee Ji KOR 55    
18 -1 Angela Park BRA 51    
19 Jee Young Lee KOR 53    
20 Hee-Won Han KOR 34    
21 Juli Inkster USA 38    
22 +16 In Kyung Kim KOR 48    
23 -1 Morgan Pressel USA 50    
24 -1 Mi Hyun Kim KOR 51    
25 -1 Se Ri Pak KOR 43    
26 Na Yeon Choi KOR 51    
27 -2 Sakura Yokomine JPN 66    
28 -1 Nicole Castrale USA 48    
29 +4 Karen Stupples ENG 32    
30 -2 Laura Diaz USA 49    
31 -2 Catriona Matthew SCO 42    
32 -2 Stacy Prammanasudh USA 49    
33 -2 Song-Hee Kim KOR 43    
34 -2 Sophie Gustafson SWE 52    
35 +1 Natalie Gulbis USA 47    

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