News for Friday, July 7, 2006
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New Mexico is one of America’s original melting pots, whose influences still infuse the state’s culture.
I saw the ghosts. They were here, the spirits of all the great amateurs who have been Curtis Cup captains.
All golfers should keep personal statistics. This advice applies to every player, regardless of ability, although it can be particularly important to low handicappers.
On the eve of the final round at this year’s Porter Cup, co-leader Seung-su Han was asked about the last time he won a tournament.
The Ryder Cup is the latest victim of the new FedEx Cup system introduced by the PGA Tour earlier this year.
Taylor Leon, who finished with three victories and a tie for the American Curtis Cup team, is a contradiction.
Craig Bowden, final-round 63, Northeast Pennsylvania Classic.
Word circulates around Medinah practice area that Daly had suffered a heart attack.
Great Britain and Ireland captain Ada O’Sullivan put it succinctly. Her squad was “simply outclassed” on Day 1 of the 34th Curtis Cup Match.
A dominating Curtis Cup victory revealed the talent gap between the Americans and a links-style GB&I team.
It had been a long time since Kevin Johnson last won a Nationwide Tour event. Six years to be exact. His confidence was waning, and he was wondering if he had a future in the game.
Loren Roberts has let a couple major championships slip. He wasn’t about to let the Senior British Open get away. Although, he almost did.
Swede banks Cup points
Last fall, Karrie Webb entered the Hall of Fame with some impressive credentials. At just 31 years old, however, Webb isn’t done adding to her resume.
Winless for 10 years, gritty veteran finds road to redemption.
Play golf long enough and eventually some stranger in a passing car will yell “Fore!” out the window, perfectly timed to disrupt the middle of your backswing.
Clues of his greatness came early and often. Certainly no golf toddler had appeared before on the “Mike Douglas Show,” and no boy had won three U.S. Juniors in a row.
The Forecaddie cannot remember a non-election year when he has seen so much rampant campaigning, but the Ryder Cup race officially has gone full throttle
The ninth annual Garlic Festival was being held in downtown North Plains, population 1,700, at the same time the U.S. Women’s Amateur was being conducted at neighboring Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club
NCAA champion Jonathan Moore saved his troubled game with positive thinking and a focus on setup and swing plane
Kimberly Kim’s booming drives and carefree mindset make her the youngest Women’s Amateur winner ever
Kevin Stadler has been bouncing around three tours this year. But his final goal is a return to the PGA Tour.
Simon Dyson says he’s a changed man from last year, and he owes it all to . . . nagging?
For the second time in three months, Stanford was dealt a crushing loss thanks to a final-round comeback from Kerr
Ryder Cup captain Tom Lehman came close to a decision that would have caused much debate
The National School Program is an obvious solution to a vexing problem
The First Tee Life Skills Academy teaches the program’s best and brightest how to shape the futures of those around them
The First Tee has exceeded expectations, but it may be another 10 years before its true impact can be measured
Hypnosis is beginning to make an impact among competitive golfers, although these hypnotic states have no resemblance whatsoever to stereotyped images of individuals doing things against their will
By the time the final putt dropped to end the quarterfinal chapter of the Western Amateur, it became increasingly clear the storied tournament’s xenophobic ways would end, sooner rather than later
Johnson Wagner not only knows what he needs to do to make it on the PGA Tour next year, he’s showing he might just be capable of making the leap to the next level this season
It had been 13 years, 3 months and 18 days since David Edwards last won a professional golf event. But it only took him 3 months and 19 days to win on the Champions Tour
Michelle Wie’s two-stroke penalty on the 14th hole during the second round of the Women’s British Open was the product of pure ignorance of the rules of golf – a lack of knowledge that is all too rife in our sport
Although the galleries turned out to see golf’s future, a veteran stole the show at Royal Lytham
This time, the moisture Tiger Woods wiped from his face as he stood on the final green was sweat, not tears
For those who think narrow, tree-lined fairways are the paradigm of good course design, Medinah Country Club’s No. 3 course is an icon
Setup man Kerry Haigh has raised the PGA Championship’s stature
Sergio Garcia has remained in the spotlight since that scintillating slice around a tree at the ’99 PGA. But 7 years later, the Spaniard still seeks a major breakthrough
Woods has evolved beyond golf. His Learning Center validates him as a philanthropist with considerable clout
When company officials spotted Woods, they knew he met all the prerequisites
Without question, Tiger’s impact is most evident at Nike Golf
One can’t discount the impact of the Tiger Woods PGA Tour game, which industry observers say transformed golf into a legitimate video game category
Buick, the General Motors subsidiary and a longtime sponsor of professional golf, signed Woods in 2000
Companies fronted by Tiger Woods discover his worldwide appeal is as good as money in the bank