Updated May 30, 2013 5:35 PM ET HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) Suzy Whaley , who made headlines when she played in a PGA Tour event a decade ago, has signed on to help coach Quinnipiac University's women's
In order to hit the ball farther, you need to shift your weight properly. Golfweek's Suzy Whaley demonstrates the best technique.
Hitting the ball on the center face of your club can be a challenge. Golfweek's Suzy Whaley shows you how to create a better impact position.
Every golfer has a different pre-shot routine; whether it's looking for a target or wiggling their club. Golfweek's Suzy Whaley demonstrates a professional pre-shot routine.
If you're playing 'Army golf' where the ball goes either left or right, overactive hands on your takeaway could be the problem. Golfweek's Suzy Whaley has the solution.
Wrist hinge gives you height and power when you hit a golf ball. Golfweek's Suzy Whaley shows you the best way to improve your wrist action.
Your ball missed the green but you're not on the fringe, so what do you do? Golfweek's Suzy Whaley shows you how to 'putt-chip' to get your ball closer to the hole.
past the hole. She knocked that in for birdie and a round of 68. Wie follows in the footsteps of Annika Sorenstam and Suzy Whaley , both of whom have competed on the PGA Tour dating back to Sorenstam's historical appearance at the Colonial in May
rookies were Young Kim and Suzann Pettersen. WOMEN AGAINST THE MEN Entering the year, all eyes seemed to be focused on Suzy Whaley , who had qualified for the PGA Tour's Greater Hartford Open in a local qualifier. As we all know, stole that spotlight
tied at two-under-par 211. Also standing at two-under are Michele Redman, Stephanie Louden, Joanne Mills and . Suzy Whaley , who will tee it up at the PGA Tour's Greater Hartford Open next weekend, posted her second straight four-over