Charlie Beljan
Mesa, Ariz.

Height: 6 ft., 4 in.

Weight: 215

Turned Pro: 2007

College: New Mexico

DOB: 10/10/1984

Bio: Biggest thrill in golf was winning the 2002 U.S. Junior Amateur. His paternal grandparents were from Croatia. Supports The First Tee. Played one year of high school golf at Red Mountain High School in Mesa, AZ, with current Nationwide Tour player Aaron Watkins, a friend since childhood. (Bio information from Golfweek research and pgatour.com)

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Weather halts play, but Illinois leads at Wolf Run

Inclement weather kept 36 holes from being completed Saturday at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate, but Illinois was able to jump out to a 10-shot lead after a 1-over 285 in the first round at Wolf Run Golf Club in Zionsville, Ind.

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Complete list of FedEx Cup bonus earnings

Billy Horschel earned $10 million for winning the FedEx Cup. Here's a complete list of the bonus earnings.

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Illinois rallies to win Fighting Illini Invitational

With the best team round of the tournament, Illinois came back to win its own Fighting Illini Invitational at Olympia Fields Sunday.

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Ringler: Men's college golf season a must-watch

With the opening weekend of college golf now in the rear view mirror, its now full throttle into the fall season. Eight action-packed weeks of college golf will make this new season a must-watch, writes Lance Ringler.

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Texas, Illinois going young at Olympia Fields

Texas and Illinois will open their respective seasons Friday at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational Ė and they will each do it with three freshmen in the lineup.

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Notebook: Stewart leads Vandy in opener

Vanderbilt senior Hunter Stewart has developed into one of the top players in the country and proved it with a season-opening victory at the Carmel Cup.

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Men's fall countdown: No. 4 Illinois

The Illinois Fighting Illini, who return three All-Americans, rank No. 4 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.

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Men's college golf preview: Top 2014 freshmen

The top freshmen in college golf will tee off this fall, including Scottie Scheffler (Texas), Doug Ghim (Texas), Will Zalatoris (Wake Forest) and Austen Truslow (Virginia).

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Men's fall countdown: No. 6 Vanderbilt

The Vanderbilt Commodores, led by senior Hunter Stewart, rank No. 6 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.

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Men's fall countdown: No. 13 Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Sooners, who return four players who played in last year's NCAA Championship, rank No. 13 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.

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FedEx Cup Playoffs: Top 125 for The Barclays

The field is set for the 2014 FedEx Cup Playoffs opener, The Barclays, with the top 125 players in the FedEx Cup standings qualifying for the Aug. 21-24 event at The Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J.

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5 Things: Villegas leads; Team Reed's return; more

Camilo Villegas took the first round lead at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, N.C., Ryder Cup hopeful Webb Simpson is a shot back along with William McGirt, and Patrick Reed's wife Justine made her competitive return as her husband's caddie.

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Wyndham Championship: Tee times, Rounds 1-2

Patrick Reed shares a tee time with Webb Simpson and Brandt Snedeker among the spotlight groups Thursday and Friday in the first and second round of the PGA Tour's 2014 Wyndham Championship.

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U.S. Amateur: Tee times, pairings Rds. 1, 2 at AAC

Tee times for the first and second round of stroke play at the U.S. Amateur at Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, Ga.

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U.S. Junior: Stroke-play tee times, pairings

Here are the tee times and pairings for the stroke-play qualifying rounds of the 2014 U.S. Junior Amateur July 21-22 at The Club at Carlton Woods' Nicklaus Course in The Woodlands, Texas.

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Niebrugge rallies to advance at APL; top seed loses

Jordan Niebrugge was fortunate to make match play at the Amateur Public Links, and then struggle at the outset of his match against Marty Dou, but found his touch on the back nine for a 4-and-2 victory.

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Wood among those unhappy to see WAPL go away

Junior golf standout and Oklahoma commit Hannah Wood is a bit disappointed to see the WAPL go away, calling it "heart-breaking."

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John Deere Classic: Tee times, final round

Leader Brian Harman and Steve Stricker will share the final tee time in Sunday's final round of the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic.

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Off Campus: Teams Heading Down

Even though the college season is in full swing, there are a few schools we know of that will need coaches by seasonís end. Bob Livingstone is retiring at Long Beach State, and any front-runners have yet to be named for the job. Assistant coaches, get your resumes together because this can be a good job for a young go-getter. If the administration steps up and provides more support, the position will be that much better. On the womenís side, Bill Dicus will become the full-time menís coach at Appalachian State, and the search is on for a full-time womenís coach. Athletics Director Charlie Cobb feels in order to have more success in their conference, one head coach for each team is the way to go. Two good jobs await for a couple of young coaches looking to get their start in Division I golf. - Lance

Off Campus: Moving to Iowa

Even though the college season is in full swing, there are a few schools we know of that will need coaches by seasonís end. Bob Livingstone is retiring at Long Beach State, and any front-runners have yet to be named for the job. Assistant coaches, get your resumes together because this can be a good job for a young go-getter. If the administration steps up and provides more support, the position will be that much better. On the womenís side, Bill Dicus will become the full-time menís coach at Appalachian State, and the search is on for a full-time womenís coach. Athletics Director Charlie Cobb feels in order to have more success in their conference, one head coach for each team is the way to go. Two good jobs await for a couple of young coaches looking to get their start in Division I golf. - Lance