News for Tuesday, September 20, 2005


News 2005 September 20


2005: Extension accord

An introduction to instructor Carl Rabito might start with extension in the golf swing.

2005: True Temper takes steps to battle Royal

This fall, True Temper will unveil the stepless Black Gold – what company officials hope will be their answer to the Rifle.

2005: Glass menagerie

Performance, fashion and technology fuel an explosion in optical options.

2005: Destiny’s child

Molinari engineers U.S. Amateur triumph.

2005: Walker: Euro system is ‘wrong’

Former captain says flawed selection process keeps Europeans from assembling best team.

2005: Youth infusion

Talented teen, twentysomethings invigorate once-aging American side.

2005: A mother’s touch

Ma Lopez, otherwise known as Nancy, is the perfect captain for the United States team in the Solheim Cup.

2005: The First Lady

Commissioner Carolyn Bivens ushers LPGA into a new age.

2005: Howell holds off Daly’s effort at BMW

John Daly did his best to win his second BMW International Open, but the 2001 champion’s final-round 64 wasn’t quite good enough.

2005: For Delasin, more Solheim sorrow

Timing and luck are everything in golf. Dorothy Delasin has had neither the past four years.

2005: Kerr outduels Creamer – again

Although Paula Creamer and Cristie Kerr have crossed paths on numerous occasions during the past year, the two don’t believe they have a budding rivalry.

2005: Roberts closes door at Jeld-Wen

Loren Roberts, who turned 50 in June, wanted to make his presence felt on the Champions Tour.

2005: Faxon drives home a winner at Buick

Brad Faxon thought he might be headed home after two rather uneventful rounds to open the Buick Championship. But luckily he made the 36-hole cut on the number.

2005: Lopez finds comfort in Daniel, Ward

Daniel and Wendy Ward were Lopez’s two captain’s selections Aug. 28, completing the 12-player team that will face Europe Sept. 9-11 at Crooked Stick in Carmel, Ind.

2005: Amateur rules liberalized again

The USGA announced Aug. 26 that, beginning next year, amateur golfers under its jurisdiction (United States and Mexico) will be allowed to accept reimbursement for expenses to play in competitions.