February 18, 2011
Rounding up a few of the week's stories that didn't quite merit the full-post treatment.
• Check out the LPGA's new ad campaign, featuring Natalie Gulbis signing in strange areas ...
• In Thailand, Michelle Wie and Yani Tseng sit just one stroke behind In-Kyung Kim, who shot a record-tying 63 on Thursday but, unfortunately, was 10 strokes worse on Friday. [Golfweek]
• Great video here from Golf Digest's Dom Furore on golf in the Middle East. Well worth a watch for, as GD puts it, a "familiar game in an unfamiliar land." [Golf Digest]
• Donald Trump has offered his Trump National Club in Bedminster, N.J., as a potential U.S. Open backup site. (Also, be sure to listen to our interview with Trump right here on his new season of "Donald J. Trump's Fabulous World of Golf.") [Golfweek]