News for Monday, August 7, 2006
Dillon Dougherty didn’t make the cut, but he did make a friend.
If Hootie Johnson was looking for proof that guile and finesse are just as important as length when taking on a fortified Augusta National, he found it in Ben Crenshaw.
Some, but not all, of the pre-tournament talk about course lengthening proved to be right.
Phil Mickelson wheeled down Magnolia Lane early last week with 91 inches of driver and an air of invincibility normally reserved for Tiger Woods and the New York Yankees.
Mickelson’s splendid Sunday at Augusta, equal parts brain and brawn, completes his transformation from major joke to Grand Slam Goliath.
DNA results clear Duke lacrosse team, LPGA chair’s son
Colorado senior Edward McGlasson finished fourth April 8 after a final-round 76 at The Intercollegiate in Cary, N.C.
With three World Golf Championships anchored in the United States for the next few years – in Miami, Tucson (Ariz.) and Akron (Ohio) – the PGA Tour has been discussing a way to move the events around the globe.