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3/15/02 -- Tiger Woods fired the low round of the tournament, a 7-under-par 65, to take a hefty lead into the weekend at the Bay Hill Invitational.
3/15/02 -- Bryce Molder and Joel Kribel each shot rounds of 3-under 69 Friday to maintain their position
3/15/02 -- David Hearn of Brantford, ON certainly isnt suffering a case of the rookie jitters through
Polly Riley, an amateur golfer who won the LPGA Tour's first sanctioned event in 1950 and competed in the Curtis Cup six times, has died of cancer.
Riley, 75, died Wednesday at her home
3/15/02 -- Adam Scott holed out from the fairway for an eagle that helped him open a three-shot lead
3/15/02 -- Arnold Palmer may have played his last Bay Hill event; Tiger Woods on track for another green jacket; These and more notes from Bay Hill.
3/15/02 -- Dana Quigley posted a 5-under 67 on Friday to join Tom Wargo, Bob Gilder and Sammy Rachels
3/15/02 -- When the ruled start prodding the rulemakers
3/15/02 -- Annika Sorenstam liked her position on the leaderboard a lot more than her game in the second
3/14/02 -- Klas Eriksson and Joakim Haeggman shot 6-under-par 66s Thursday and shared early first-round
The hole looks easy - no water, no rough, easy to get at from at uphill vantage point, and a big target to shoot at.
But what you get is the most difficult green on the course.
This is the hole that President Dwight David Eisenhower made famous, the Eisenhower Tree standing a little more than halfway up the fairway.
No hole at Augusta has undergone more changes than No. 8. Since 1955, the green has been moved and rebuilt three times. And since '55, the tee has been moved back 40 yards.
The toughest thing about No. 15 is its position in the rota - the final par 5, four holes from the finish.
At the end of a long and treacherous round, the golfer must play a fade for the first time in traversing the long, uphill hole that is No.
3/14/02 -- Americans Bryce Molder and Joel Kribel each fired 6-under-par 66 to lead after Thursday's
One of the most discussed par-5s in history is also the shortest in major championship annals, despite the recent lengthening. No.
There is nothing very artistic about this hole, just a difficult par-3 that very often can send a contender spiraling out of control the final day.
A huge bunker protects the right side
3/14/02 -- Tim ONeal used a sponsors exemption to his full advantage Thursday to take the lead
3/14/02 -- Greg Norman and John Daly impress one another; Mickey Mouse isn't home; These and more notes from the Bay Hill Invitational.