Golf Articles by Date

May 2009

  • Yani Tseng Wins Corning Classic

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    Posted almost 5 years ago by Megan Pura

    Yani Tseng won the 31st annual Corning Classic on the LPGA tour this past weekend while wearing flak jackets with slate XLJ lenses.

  • Oakley Scores Third Win In A Row!

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    Posted almost 5 years ago by Louis Wellen

    The last three PGA Tour events have been won by a player utilizing Oakley eye-protection and this past weekend was no exception with the top three places going to Oakley pros. Rory Sabbatini – wearing a Custom Transition Flak Jacket, Polished White frames w/G40 Transition lenses won the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, TX.

  • Ji Young Oh Wins Sybase Classic

    Ji Young Oh Wins Sybase Classic

    Posted almost 5 years ago by Megan Pura

    Last weekend Ji Young Oh won the Sybase Classic in New Jersey wearing white enduring with G30 lenses. She shot 66-69-69-70 on her road to victory.

  • Johnson Wins Texas Shootout

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    Posted almost 5 years ago by Louis Wellen

    Zach Johnson (wearing a Golf Specific Flak Jacket XLJ w/G30 lenses) made a 12-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to win in sudden-death and successfully defend his Valero Texas Open title. Johnson’s win capped a wild shootout in which seven players stood within a stroke of the lead with four holes to play. Johnson, the 2007 Masters champion followed his third-round 60 with a 70 to match James Driscoll at 15-under par.

  • Stenson Wins Tour Players Championship

    Henrik Stenson Smacks Another Clean Tee Shot

    Posted almost 5 years ago by Louis Wellen

    Under the most extreme conditions, Oakley’s Henrik Stenson won the PGA Tours Players Championship…

  • 2009 Carolina Pro/Am

    Pinehurst No. 6

    Posted almost 5 years ago by Matt Murray

    It’s that time of year again, the first Oakley Pro/Am for 2009 kicked off in rare form at the Pinehurst No. 6 under perfect skies for over a hundred smiling golfers. The forecast had called for thundershowers throughout the day, but the weather would hold off for Ty Stout and company.