News for Wednesday, November 13, 2002


News 2002 November 13


2002: College - One goal down, one to go for Tulsa, Prammanasudh

On the eve of the NCAA Division I Women’s Central Regional, Tulsa senior Stacy Prammanasudh said she would accept just playing well, but really wanted to win the national championship.

2002: College - Duke dominates East, but Vandy just as happy

The NCAA Division I Women’s Regionals are the most nerve-racking time of the season for players and coaches. Many say it is even more tense than the NCAA Championship.

2002: PGA European Tour - Bogeys slay Daly; Cabrera capitalizes

If John Daly could have limited his bogeys in the final round of the Benson & Hedges International Open, he might have hoisted the trophy.

2002: LPGA - Sorenstam prevails as final hole again hurts Hurst

Although she only had to make up one shot in the final round, Sorenstam’s triumph again came down to a Hurst mistake on the final hole.

2002: PGA Tour - Smiling Shigeki brings life to PGA Tour party

It was the week the grim game face took on a subordinate role, supplanted by the ever- present smiles of animated winner Shigeki Maruyama and the wide-eyed runner-up, rookie Ben Crane.

2002: Perspective - U.S. skipper Strange stands by his team

Curtis Strange was standing alone on the back of the practice range at English Turn Golf & Country Club, working on his wedge game for nearly 45 minutes in mid-90-degree Cajun heat.

2002: Perspective - The R&A and its merry bunch of men

I have mixed emotions about the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, more commonly known as Muirfield, the venue for this year’s British Open.

2002: Our Opinion - Masters move comes down to common sense

Staff opinion on the latest topics.

2002: Business - ‘Pro shop for the public golfer’

Owners’ experience, passion help Golf Galaxy succeed.

2002: College - Clemson’s Trahan excels in leadership role

With no seniors on his 2001-02 roster, Larry Penley knew that for Clemson to continue its success, someone would have to assume leadership. And he knew exactly who that would be: D.J. Trahan.

2002: LPGA - Inkster teaches youngsters another lesson

In the final round of the Chick-fil-A Charity Championship, Juli Inkster made winning look downright easy.

2002: PGA European Tour - Mackenzie ends 20-year wait

After a winless streak of 508 tournaments on the PGA European Tour, one would expect Malcolm Mackenzie to have a little trouble closing the deal.

2002: Senior Tour - Big-name leaders fall to Rachels

With veterans such as Irwin and Nelson atop the leaderboard with one round remaining, many players feel they’re playing for second or third. Not Sammy Rachels and Dana Quigley.

2002: PGA Tour - Choi bags Korean first with Big Easy triumph

After his first trip to America, K.J. Choi flew back to Korea and immediately developed a 10-year plan, with the main objective to earn and keep his PGA Tour card.