News for Thursday, September 7, 2006
Tiger Woods somehow has found a way to win four of the last eight majors.
Clubmaker focuses on factors influencing the flat stick.
Premium golf shoes often employ plenty of technology in their construction, but it is rarely perceptible from the exterior.
Matthew Nixon gave new meaning to the old adage “a good putter is a match for anyone” in defeating Bjorn Akesson after 38 holes Aug. 19 to take the British Boys Championship.
Craig Bowden knew exactly what he needed to win his third career Nationwide Tour title.
Tom Kite has played enough golf to know that putting wins golf tournaments.
Pat Hurst had been knocking on the door all season before finally busting through at the Safeway Classic.
Billy Mayfair went from being happy to be here, to thinking about leaving, to in contention, to out of gas, to back in the pack.
Starting with the 1990 U.S. Open, Medinah has had a setup problem that has called into question the integrity of the course for majors.
Woods and Mickelson were the top cards, Ogilvy a warm-up act with plenty of potential.
Players on the bubble heading to the PGA find no Ryder Cup relief at Medinah.
Woods orchestrates another masterpiece in his pursuit of Nicklaus.
Setting, affordability resonate with buyers.
Gaylord (population 3,730) bills itself as a “Golf Mecca,” a reference to the 24 courses within a 45-minute drive.
Food magnate John Tyson counts his Blessings among golf’s stiffest challenges.
It took just 40 days from the time Herb Kohler heard the Old Course Hotel and its Duke’s Course were for sale to close a $40 million deal for the properties in 2004.
New Mexico’s natural beauty paints the backdrop for course and cultural diversity.
The Ryder Cup is the latest victim of the new FedEx Cup system introduced by the PGA Tour earlier this year.
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Lehman picked Stewart Cink and Scott Verplank.