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John Daly's career has been revitalized, while a good tournament had a rough week, thanks to Mother Nature. Read More
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CORNING, N.Y. – Michelle Wie's still searching for a permanent caddie, but she's more than content to borrow one of Sergio Garcia's caddies this week at the Corning Classic.
 
CORNING, N.Y. – Laura Davies loves the warm and friendly nature of the Corning community, but she can't say the same about the Corning police.
 
A caddie-yard-staple-turned-radio-analyst has returned to the business end of a golf bag.
CORNING, N.Y. – The LPGA Corning Classic got off to its emotional start Thursday morning with Dorothy Delasin hitting the first shot of the day at the first tee at 7:30 a.m.
 
CORNING, N.Y. – With Michelle Wie preparing to tee it up at 12:50 p.m. at the LPGA Corning Classic, there's an oddly common fashion trend among fans gathering at the first tee.
MINNEOLA, Fla. – In many ways, qualifying for the U.S. Open is just like every other event a professional will play. It all comes down to location, location, location.
 
CORNING, N.Y. – The LPGA Corning Classic may be coming to an end after 31 years on Sunday, but that doesn't mean golf won't re-emerge in some form here when the economy rebounds.
CORNING, N.Y. – Paula Creamer and Morgan Pressel got off to hot starts Thursday in back-to-back pairings at the Corning Classic.
 
Davis Love III has probably had his fill of World Golf Ranking math.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y.

By nip/tucking a string of three consecutive Texas events, the PGA Tour had hoped to give fields that sometimes suffer from the post-Players, pre-U.S. Open lull a marquee boost.

Nothing moves a player up the leaderboard like an eagle – or three.
 
Late last year during the PGA Tour’s playoff stop in New Jersey we were talking with Michael Allen when he mentioned that a Champions Tour Q-School application had just arrived at his house.
'Hey, Foltzy, Let me ask you a question about TV coverage,' my longtime friend said as I passed him last fall on the practice green at Turning Stone.
Brian Davis is one of the hottest players on the PGA Tour following top-5 finishes at The Players, Texas Open and last week at the Byron Nelson.
Who’s the best American woman in the world?
 
The 2007 Rookie of the Year will remain on the disabled list, at least for one more week according to Brandt Snedeker’s trainer Randy Myers.
 
The LPGA Tour Championship has a home, plans for television, a finalized format but still no title sponsor in the wake of news of Stanford Financial’s legal problems. 
 
Amanda Blumenherst, the reigning U.S.
Charles Howell III continued his solid play last week, finishing tied for 45th at the Byron Nelson after a wayward 73 on Sunday.
 

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