Stories for October 2005
Tuesday, October 4
In golf’s best-kept secret of the year until now, Campbell wasn't rushing to the port-a-lets three times per round to relieve himself.
It seems the World Golf Championships aren’t so worldly, thanks in no small part to Tiger Woods
If you are looking for instances of how not to manage a small business, check out your local golf or country club.
Saturday, October 1
It was here on the fifth tee at Whiskey Creek Golf Club that I was reminded, yet again, that I’m a damned fool.
The two principals say the merger between Sea Island Co. and upstart apparel brand Peter Millar has created a bridge to the future for both.
Puma, the footwear company once associated with football legend Joe Namath and now the envy of teenagers for its stylish apparel, is entering the golf market.
A year after his brush with death, Brad Iles has his life – and game – on track.
Earlier this year, Richard Scott helped the Georgia Bulldogs to the NCAA Division I Men’s Championship. Now, Scott has a 2005 individual national championship to go with it.
Now that we know London will host the 2012 Summer Olympics without golf, we can reflect on the fact that most of us would accept each season’s four majors provide golf’s Olympics.
David Eger should hope for the Champions Tour to play on more new courses.
One week out on the Nationwide Tour can change a player’s life. Rick Price can attest to that.
Soo-Yun Kang waited a long time for her first LPGA victory. When it finally came, it seemed almost too easy. But then that’s the way it has been for Korean players in 2005.
It’s usually not a good thing to defend your title at the Reno-Tahoe Open. For Vaughn Taylor, it ended up being just perfect.
If there was a sliver of daylight left in the PGA Tour’s race for Player of the Year, that door slammed shut on Sunday. Emphatically.
Tiger Woods, the man who treasures majors seemingly more than money, food and sleep left the PGA Championship early, though he still had a chance to get into a playoff and win his 11th major title.
James Achenbach and James Nugent talk course length.
The topic of length has provided an ongoing hot-button discussion on the PGA Tour, and the WGC-NEC Invitational provided further fodder.
A charming winner: Paula Creamer’s “total package” earns her paychecks on and off the course.
Mike Holder spoke to the media after announcing his appointment as Oklahoma State’s athletic director.