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By BRIAN HEWITT
11/17/04 -- We celebrate the newest World Golf Hall of Fame inductees for their diversity.
11/17/04 -- Englands Paul Casey could get a rough welcome when he starts playing full-time next year on the PGA Tour. Casey spent Wednesday defending comments he made in English newspapers criticizing the choice of Tom Lehman.
11/16/04 -- Peter Gustafsson of Sweden carded a 4-under 68 Tuesday on the Old Course at San Roque Golf Club to earn the top card at the European Tour Qualifying School Finals.
11/16/04 -- Tiger Woods wants out of the tabloids like he wants out of a sand trap. Woods, notoriously private, would like to keep it that way.
11/16/04 -- The top-ranked and top-seeded Duke women's golf team cruised to a 3-1 victory over third-seeded Arizona State
11/16/04 -- Thanks to Vijay Singh winning nine times, foreign-born players established a PGA Tour record by winning more than half of the years tournaments. All that means is that the men are finally catching up with the women.
By GEORGE WHITE
11/16/04 -Like plenty of others who have gone before him, Greg Norman couldnt really see the appeal of playing senior golf.
By KELLY BLACKBURN
Your abdominals insure good posture throughout your swing and are a balanced muscle group to the lower back, which means that they are instrumental in preventing injury to this region.
11/16/04 -- From Doolan trumping Sorenstam to Sorenstam trumping Park, here are the top 5 tournaments this season.
11/16/04 -- Now that Laura Diaz is starting to see progress, the LPGA Tour season is about to end. But at least she gets one more week, which is all she wanted.
11/16/04 -- Oklahoma States mens golf team earned its second tournament title of the fall season
By ADAM BARR
11/16/04 -- If you expect the United States to continue to dominate in the UBS Cup, just wait ' all good things must come to an end, or at least a turning point.
11/16/04 -- With just five players remaining, co-hosts Kelly Swanson and Rick Smith opened the show and the skills challenge asking the players to attempt one of the hardest shots in golf - the long iron approach.
11/15/04 -- Charlie Sifford became the first African- American inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame Monday night.
11/15/04 -- Nick Faldo won two of eight events Monday to take first place at the ADT Skills Challenge at the Trump International Golf Club.
11/15/04 -- Dede Cusimano and Mary Enright of broke out of a five-way, first-round tie at the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional National Team Championship.
By RICH LERNER
11/15/04 -- The basic backbone of professional golf is stunningly simple. No matter your size, your religious beliefs or the color of your skin, what counts at days end is the score on your card. Whatd you shoot?
11/15/04 -- In three brief years the UBS Cup has become a celebration set in an international team competition. It is a festival of personalities and golf skills that have withstood lifes maddening balance.
11/15/04 -- There were not many changes in the top-20 of this week's Official World Golf Rankings, as very few official events remain on the 2004 schedule.
11/15/04 -- Former St. Louis Cardinals slugger Mark McGwire will try to defend his title for longest drive when he takes on seven PGA tour pros and LPGA star Annika Sorenstam at the ADT Skills Challenge on Monday.

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