News for Sunday, October 3, 2004
Kenny Perry has struggled with his mechanics and his confidence – to the point that he withdrew from the Buick Championship in Hartford, Conn., Aug. 23.
The Bruins will compete against 29 men’s teams and 30 individuals Sept. 17-18 at the Gold Rush California Collegiate Golf Showcase.
Tiger Woods maintained his perch atop the Official World Golf Ranking.
Duke sophomore Brittany Lang and Oklahoma State junior Karin Sjodin have decided another year of college is in their best interest.
The last major championship of 2004 is history, with Craig Stadler entering golf annals as winner of the Champions Tour’s Jeld-Wen Tradition.
Bob Williams and sister companies National Golf Properties and American Golf Corp. are wheelin’ and dealin’ once again.
Top-Flite takes a significant step toward revival of a long-troubled business.
Under the season’s most intense pressure, and at the year’s most challenging venues, USC-Aiken delivered.
Charlotte Mayorkas’ dedication culminated last spring when she helped lead the Bruins to their second NCAA Division I Championship title.
In the 1987 NCAA Championship, coach Mic Potter's team was in position to put the finishing touches on an outstanding season.
‘Stealth’ no longer, UNLV star in spotlight.
In new world order of men’s Division I golf, dynasties are thing of past.
Brett Wetterich had a one-stroke victory Aug. 29 at the Envirocare Utah Classic.
Last year’s Rookie of the Year has become one of this year’s hottest players.
Craig Stadler wins 2nd Champions major.
Spain’s Miguel Angel Jimenez won the BMW International Open Aug. 29, and with it the top prize of 300,000 euros.
Woody Austin says he feels deep down he’s never really shown the world his true talents as a player.
The Turning Point Invitational had been publicized as the most successful charity golf tournament ever staged.
The head of the National Council of Women’s Organizations wasted no time condemning the move by ExxonMobil, IBM and SBC Communications to sponsor the 2005 Masters Tournament.
High school senior Paula Creamer has entered LPGA Q-School as an amateur so she can remain eligible for the Women’s World Amateur Team Championship.
Hal Sutton had better do his homework before the 35th Ryder Cup, because his 12-man team is facing one of the best European teams in a long while.
The First Tee Open here at Pebble Beach was all about passion.
As different as Moe Norman and Harvie Ward were, each left an indelible mark on golf.
With each passing month, 2004 is turning out to be more of a disappointment than a breakout year for retail sales.
Whenever a major event takes place, government officials in the host cities routinely attach economic-impact estimates to the event.
Great golf course architecture owes an unacknowledged debt to match play.
Oakland Hills’ South Course, site of the 2004 Ryder Cup matches, formerly was regarded as a ferocious championship platform for stroke-play events.
Luke Donald will represent England as one of 12 players on the European Ryder Cup team.
Twenty-three years ago, Bernhard Langer came to the United States and teed it up as an unknown in his first PGA Tour event.
Five players – Paul Casey, Luke Donald, David Howell, Thomas Levet and Ian Poulter – make their Ryder Cup debuts.
Tiger Woods, perhaps the most dominant golfer ever, is 1-10 in his past 11 four-ball matches in Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup play.
Luke Donald claimed his second PGA European Tour title in five weeks with a five-stroke victory over Ryder Cup teammate Miguel Angel Jimenez at the Omega European Masters.
Craig Stadler won his second consecutive tournament on the Champions Tour, and fourth overall in 2004.
For the third time this year, Cristie Kerr held off a young player looking for her first career victory, edging the exuberant Christina Kim by a shot Sept. 5 at the State Farm Classic.
Tiger Woods has close view as Vijay Singh ascends to No. 1.
Harvie Ward won two U.S. Amateur Championships, a British Amateur and a Canadian Amateur in the 1950s.
Moe Norman was golf’s mystery man; he was a puzzle to most everyone and the world was a confusing place for him.