News for Thursday, November 14, 2002
On Jan. 1, 2008, Cinderella voluntarily will turn back into a chambermaid. The prince freely will turn back into a frog.
The ruling bodies have succeeded only in creating more confusion. And for many golfers, that confusion will translate to resentment in 2008.
The piercing concern for retailers revolves around their ability to get an eclectic and diverse offering of goods if the show downsizes greatly or disappears altogether.
Unlike their brawny brethren, small businesses depend on the PGA Merchandise Show virtually for their very existence.
Changes likely needed to revitalize PGA Show.
The driver compromise between the U.S. Golf Association and The Royal & Ancient Golf Club had one interested onlooker in Latrobe, Pa.
Golf club manufacturers praised the USGA and the R&AGC for their attempt to unify the game’s rules, but many expressed concern that their compromise could cause more problems than it solves.
After entering the day with a seven-stroke advantage, Jason Owens began his Sunday round by spraying the ball all over the PGA Golf Club’s North Course.
Although the Cowboys won the Jerry Pate Intercollegiate last fall, things have been shaky much of the spring.
It was a nail-biter for several schools at the NCAA Division I Women’s West Regional. For Lorena Ochoa, it was anything but.
The premier tandem of Maxfli’s product lineup will be its “Performance Series:” the M3 Tour LT and M3 Tour.
Fairway & Greene Ltd. is now a $20 million corporation that turned a profit after four years in business.
Miriam Kraschinski surged to a commanding victory at the women’s Fall Preview Sept. 17 at Purdue’s Kampen Course.
Jason Gore has moved from No. 62 to No. 4, ensuring his return to the PGA Tour in 2003.
Bruce Lietzke captured the SAS Championship for the second consecutive year Sept. 22.
K.J. Choi lost a chance to play in the $5 million American Express Championship.
Another event against the world’s best just another walk in the park for Woods, who was almost perfect at Mount Juliet.
European captain Dale Reid sent out out Spaniard Raquel Carriedo in the opening singles match against reigning U.S. Open champion Juli Inkster.
Patty Sheehan left four of her best players on the sidelines, resulting in a 4-0 whitewashing by the Europeans.
The United States won three of four Saturday morning foursomes matches.
Americans were overjoyed to forget about the morning foursomes and return to familiar turf: four-ball.
The Solheim Cup began Sept. 20.
Several players gathered for the Solheim Cup weren’t shy in stating where they stand on the subject of female membership at Augusta National Golf Club.
The Solheim Cup, for better or worse, has finally grown up.
U.S. singles rally gives Minnesotans another fine finish.
Two Florida players have finished atop the Golfweek/Titleist Junior Rankings.
Suzy Whaley would be the first woman to play in a PGA Tour event.
Circumstances have presented the Augusta National Golf Club with an opportunity to help golf take a giant step forward.