News for Wednesday, November 28, 2001


News 2001 November 28


2001: Web offers multiple options in multi-slacking

“A matter of minutes” is a concept that takes on a new meaning when you’re cruising the Web.

2001: Analytical entrepreneur

Lyle Anderson was ahead of the recovery curve with his thinking in place.

2001: Team 334 carries on with heavy hearts

Team 334 loses heart and soul, Frank Bonomo, during the horrific national tragedy of Sept. 11.

2001: Solheim Cup victim of chauvinist charade

Women in golf are not only denied the recognition they deserve, but they also are disregarded with alarming frequency.

2001: Excellent golf an ageless experience

The game of golf knows no age limitations.

2001: Callaway: Maxfli A10 infringes

Callaway Golf Go. confirmed Oct. 4 that it has filed a suit against Dunlop Slazenger Group Americas Inc.

2001: TaylorMade retools lineup

TaylorMade has introduced two brands of golf balls that will replace its InerGel line.

2001: KKR seeks deal to cut Spalding debt

Owner Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. has undertaken a Spalding financial restructuring to reduce interest expense.

2001: adds global stops in ’02

The Tour is branching Down Under.

2001: Campbell earns Tour ‘promotion’

Chad Campbell became the second player in two months to earn an automatic promotion to the PGA Tour with three victories in the season.

2001: Irwin capitalizes on Jacobs’ error

For Hale Irwin and John Jacobs, the Turtle Bay Championship was decided on No. 9.

2001: Langer, 44, defies parameters of age

At an age when many start thinking about the Senior PGA Tour, Bernhard Langer has taken a more defiant approach to the calendar.

2001: New kid on the block

21-year-old Delasin serves notice with her third career victory.

2001: Toms takes his place among game’s elite

David Toms added another victory Oct. 7 to a season that has placed him among the elite.

2001: Coaches rally to fill voids left by tournament cancellation

Most of the 18 men’s teams and all 12 women’s teams scheduled to compete in the recently canceled Golf World/Palmetto Dunes Collegiate Invitational will play in separate replacement tournaments.

2001: World class

Perrot comes from behind, Puntawong holds on to win inaugural junior event.

2001: Who’s smiling now?

Kuchar’s ’98 decision looks better every day.

2001: Teams scramble to fill hole in schedule

Because of the 24-day rule, two-day, 54-hole events have become the norm.

2001: Euro Ryder Cup sites a matter of money

The Ryder Cup has been bought before, and it will be bought again.

2001: Tour needs to fine-tune TV options

Bad weekend for fans of televised golf.

2001: Expo aftermath: Scramble

Reed Exhibitions Co. canceled the show Sept. 20.

2001: American Golf, ClubCorp act to stem losses

Golf’s two largest and usually profitable operators are losing money.

2001: Auburn doesn’t hold back in Preview

The Tigers captured their second title of the season.

2001: Points rules Inland Empire

D.A. Points took a simple approach to the $76,500 victory.

2001: Kite proves worth on Gold Rush greens

A new putter proved golden for Tom Kite at the Gold Rush Classic Sept. 30.

2001: Pak points to race with Sorenstam

Se Ri Pak wants to break the stranglehold Annika Sorenstam and Karrie Webb have had on the LPGA’s Player of the Year and Vare Trophy awards.

2001: Leonard regains luster at Texas Open

Perseverance paid off for Justin Leonard Sept. 30 at the Texas Open.

2001: Minnesota states case in State Team Championships

Three-player teams from Minnesota claimed both the men’s and women’s titles Sept. 23-25.

2001: Kung clears Futures Tour hurdles

Candie Kung broke through obstacles to win the SBC/Futures Tour Championship Sept. 30 at the Club at Eaglebrooke.

2001: Carefree Cartwright

18-year-old says Q-School pressure ‘not a big deal’

2001: The Cup that wasn’t ...

Would-be fans at Belfry stumble into surreal round.

2001: Preview surprise: Clemson

Clemson junior D.J. Trahan lifted the Tigers to a one-stroke victory Sept. 30 at the Ohio State Scarlet Course.

2001: Little-known makes a big statement

Adam Fuchs showed that you don’t always have to play for a Division I program to be successful against some of the best amateurs in the country.

2001: Lancaster always good for a laugh

Any minute spent with Cuz is a 60-second laugh track.

2001: Helmstetter: USGA, R&A will agree some day

Callaway is using a process called metal injection molding to develop a driver.

2001: Early rounds go to ESPN, USA Network

The PGA Tour announced July 16 that it had concluded contract negotiations for a new television package in a four-year deal estimated to be worth $850 million.

2001: Sims continues roll, takes Players Am

Michael Sims began to get serious when PGA Tour veteran Brad Faxon visited the Bermuda Junior Golf Association for a clinic.