While first-round leaders Ken Duke and Cameron Tringale - "The Triangle" - have yet to tee-off Friday, Jason Dufner has surpassed the duo to take the lead at 9-under par in New Orleans. Dufner started his morning with a birdie on the par-4 opening hole, followed by three consecutive birdies on holes five through seven. Show More Summary
Ken Duke and Cameron Tringale share the first-round lead at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans – Golf News Ken Duke of the United States carded a bogey-free seven-under par 65 in the opening round of the Zurich Classic of New OrleansShow More Summary
The opening round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans is just about in the books and Cameron Tringale finds himself tied for the lead in a second straight PGA Tour event. Tringale -- or, as I like to call him, "The Triangle" -- is certainly...Show More Summary
THE 2012 ZURICH CLASSIC is underway at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, Louisiana. Ken Duke and Cameron Tringale are clubhouse leaders after shooting 65s. The first round is still in progress. Purse: $6.4 million Winner’s share: $1.152 million Defending...Show More Summary
Let me tell you a story about a man named Bobby Clampett. He hit one of the best shots of the weekend, and he wasn't alone. Check out gems from John Cook, Ben Curtis, Cameron Tringale and others right here. The theme of the day is "don't bring your putter." And how was YOUR weekend game, friends?
Cameron Tringale eyes his first professional victory at the Transitions Championship - Golf News Cameron Tringale, in search for his first victory on the PGA Tour, fired a five-under par 66 in the opening round of the Transitions Championship...Show More Summary
Bill Lunde is in line to win the Kodak Challenge this weekend, and with it, a wheelbarrow full of $1 million in cash. (Wheelbarrow for promotional purposes only.) All he's got to do is make sure that Cameron Tringale doesn't eagle one certain hole. Complicated, right? Of course it is, it's golf. Show More Summary
Putters are overrated. Seriously. Why bother with 'em when you can just chip in from off the fringe, or drive the green from half a mile away? Cameron Tringale, Charlie Wi and Billy Horschel prove that a flat stick is optional, while Kevin Na shows that one stroke is often enough. Show More Summary