News for Friday, October 31, 2003
For the most part, assistant coaches go unnoticed, living and working in the shadows of the head coach.
When he was growing up in British Columbia, Chris Baryla’s focus was on baseball and hockey. Golf was barely a blip on his sports radar screen. At age 15, that changed.
Beth Bauer strives to be LPGA’s next star.
Joe Ogilvie survived a few tense moments and bumps along the way to victory March 2 in the Nationwide Tour’s season-opening Jacob’s Creek Open.
Things are back to normal, to pre-Woods knee surgery, to pre-Ernie Els worldwide victory binge.
The PGA Tour could learn a lot from the PGA European Tour about nurturing young talent.
The show will go on in Qatar and Dubai. But several of the world’s top golfers have decided not to.
According to her college coach, a big burden has been lifted from Sung Ea Lee. So has a big victory.
Phil Mickelson recently questioned rival Tiger Woods’ equipment, but obviously he has no problems with the swing instruction Woods has received.