The Players 2006: A clean car and a lot of class June 30 - 11:42 Englishman Greg Owen noticed something a little different at The Players Championship last week. 2005: Revamping The Players Sept. 26 - 10:11 Course, event set for all-new look. 2005: Sole’s doctrine: Accuracy, accuracy, accuracy Aug. 31 - 2:21 I loved the fact that Mr. Short and Straight Fred Funk won The Players Championship. 2005: Saved by the wind Aug. 31 - 12:09 Just when golf’s longest year was being wetted down by golf’s longest tournament, the rain stopped and the wind started. 2005: Calcavecchia back in the swing Aug. 29 - 1:06 Even with back problems, Mark Calcavecchia made the cut at The Players Championship. 2005: PGA Tour - Jones surprises, waits, falls Aug. 29 - 12:50 Fellow professional Fred Funk playfully exclaimed, “Steve Jones? Where did he come from?” 2005: Competition - Steady Aug. 29 - 12:44 Funky weather works for Players’ champion. 2005: Newsmakers - TPC ball down was breakdown for some Aug. 29 - 12:32 The decision to restart the second round of the Players Championship Saturday morning did not satisfy everyone. 2005: Newsmakers - Masters without Monty? Aug. 29 - 12:20 Colin Montgomerie insists his game is worthy of a Masters invitation. 2005: Newsmakers - PGA Tour's Aug. 29 - 12:04 The PGA Tour’s two biggest tournaments might be on the move in 2007. 2004: PGA Gamer - Scott comes of age Sept. 26 - 4:22 Adam Scott found himself in his own precarious situation March 28, as he came painfully close to snatching defeat from the jaws of a sure victory at The Players Championship. 2004: Newsmakers - Even with an 80, Daly Augusta-bound Sept. 26 - 4:09 Struggling on a course where he has struggled before, John Daly signed for 80 and resigned himself to the realization his spirited run at a spot in the Masters had fallen short. 2004: Newsmakers - Singh tops Golfweek rankings Sept. 26 - 4:03 For the first time since the Golfweek/Sagarin ranking debuted in January 2000, someone other than Tiger Woods holds the top spot: the relentless Vijay Singh.