News for Saturday, October 25, 2003
This May the zoo goes up against the circus. Lions and tigers and Sorenstams.
Annika Sorenstam has decided to test her game against PGA Tour professionals in Fort Worth, Texas, this spring.
Dave Pelz says that nature provides pace; it’s up to player to make it work.
Even though True Temper introduced a second shaft in the BiMatrx series, the BiMatrx Rocket, sales remained steady but unspectacular.
Even in a market dominated by modern technology, Elmore Just continues to innovate and survive.
In a move designed to grab a substantial share of the $20-per-dozen, “soft-and-long” ball segment dominated by the Precept Lady and Maxfli Noodle, Titleist is introducing the DT SoLo.
Can Callaway Golf be all things to all golfers?
When it comes to golf and life, Gretchen Zoeller takes her cues from her father, Fuzzy.
Els and Woods would defy odds if they meet in WGC-Match Play
Arron Oberholser has never lacked for confidence. OK, he can be downright cocky.
Looking more comfortable each day, Tiger Woods fought through the rust of a two-month sabbatical, the aftereffects of knee surgery and first-round struggles to win the Buick Invitational.
The fix was in at Torrey Pines.
The British Amateur's change of dates may continue to keep top American amateurs at home.
When Bill Calfee meets with Nationwide Tour players in two weeks at the Clearwater Classic in New Zealand, his will be a message of growth and promise.
Though a generous handful of suitors came calling, it was Annika Sorenstam who stepped forward and made the call when she would debut on the PGA Tour.
Phil Mickelson was trying to bring heat in the parking lot at Poppy Hills.
The West Coast Swing, even sans an injured Tiger Woods, has shown plenty of life.
The golf psycho, for the uninitiated, is the person who has become so caught up in technological minutia that he, or she, can think or talk of nothing else.
Resort foursome features: Great golf and pause to pamper