COLUMBUS, Ohio -- To say Spencer Levin woke up Monday to the bad news that he was the 61st-ranked golfer in the world, one spot shy of automatic qualification for this month's U.S. Open, would not be totally accurate.
Levin really didn't sleep much at all.
The leader after three rounds at the prestigious Memorial Tournament, Levin struggled over the final nine holes of...
DUBLIN, Ohio -- Come along for the ride with Spencer Levin.
The 27-year-old Levin held a four-shot lead after 10 holes Saturday at the Memorial Tournament, his big swings and a couple of long-distance chips creating some breathing room between Levin and the player who was then in second place, Tiger Woods.
The wild stuff was just beginning, though Levin overcame two...
Spencer Levin shot a 3-under 69 at windy Muirfield Village on Saturday to take a one-shot lead over Rory Sabbatini into the final round of the Memorial.
Levin chipped in for eagle and for birdie, allowing him to make a few mistakes on the back nine and earn another crack at his first US PGA Tour victory.
Rickie Fowler was three shots back at 69, one of only three rounds in the...
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May 31, 2012
Or anything on the Internet, for that matter. That's because Spencer Levin has the technological desire of a wombat. Asked about the uplifting nature of the masses after Kyle Stanley's collapse at Torrey Pines, Levin said it would be impossible for groups to do the same for him since he looks at technology the same way Phil Mickelson looks at layup yardages.
You have to feel for Spencer Levin. Not only did the kid blow a six-shot at the Waste Management Open (it was actually seven at one point during the day), he also suffered this humbling moment on the back nine. After knocking his tee-shot in the Cholla, Levin was forced to use his belly putter to hack back into play -- but not before the bush exacted some revenge by leaving Levin...
Spencer Levin remained in control in the Phoenix Open in front of the largest crowd in tournament history, shooting a 3-under 68 on Saturday to take a six-stroke lead into the final round.
The crowd of 173,210 in perfect conditions at TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course broke the record of 170,802 set in the third round in 2008.
Levin, five strokes ahead after the completion of...
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February 04, 2012
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Spencer Levin took one last drag on his cigarette, stamped it out in the rough and climbed into the bunker behind the 17th green. He set up quickly, took a quick glance at the hole and splashed out.
The ball landed about 10 feet from the hole, bounced twice and rolled into the cup for an eagle-2 that pushed him to 14-under par Friday in the second round...
Spencer Levin holed out from a greenside bunker for eagle on the par-4 17th and shot an 8-under 63 on Friday to take a three-stroke lead in the suspended second round of the Phoenix Open.
Levin completed a first-round 65 in the morning and was 14 under overall.
Harrison Frazar was 6 under for the round and 11 under overall with three holes left at TPC Scottsdale when play was suspended...
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February 03, 2012
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- When Spencer Levin's dad told him Thursday that his practice-range swings looked great, he had a hard time believing it. He was all over the range and didn't feel good heading into the first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
His father, Don Levin, who played briefly on the PGA Tour in the 1970s, told him just to trust his swing and he'd...
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Spencer Levin and Kyle Stanley knew they had to post low scores on the easier North Course at Torrey Pines to get off to a good start Thursday in the Farmers Insurance Open, and went even better to share the lead.
Stanley made eagle on his final hole for a 10-under 62, his best score in two years on the PGA Tour. Levin shot 29 on the back nine and also had a 62, matching his career...
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January 26, 2012