Stories for January 2006
Saturday, January 28
In the good old days, tournament icon Bob Hope hammed it up with former President Ford and other celebs. Now there’s no Hope – and little hope the event will regain its past charm.
In small towns across Nebraska, unpretentious courses with sand greens are popular gathering places for locals.
“More than anything else, it points to the value of always being closer to the hole on the shot to the green and after the first putt.” – Bobby Jones, who won the 1930 British Amateur after advancing because of a stymie.
This just in: Jennifer Mills is enjoying her post-Golf Channel life
Cruise line’s unique Golf Hawaii program offers visitors a sea-to-tee sampler of the islands
Saturday, January 21
No famous dead magician ever did better with smoke and mirrors. Finchem got his players raises while negotiating in a difficult market with fresh blood on the ground.
After gender reassignment surgery, course architect finally content with personal, professional life
Saturday, January 14
Thanks to Katrina, Alison Walshe will play for her third college in four years next fall.
To Jason Bohn, Mercedes’ largesse stretched the bounds of reality.