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10/27/04 -- The Chrysler Championship becomes a numbers game Sunday. Anyone outside the top 150 has to go back to Q-school, unless they have some other safety net.
By DAVID BRESLOW
Most golfers understand why its important to be committed to every golf shot but many golfers admit they are not fully committed over every golf shot.
10/27/04 -- A swing change, not romance, caused Tiger Woods to drop to No. 3 in the world rankings. That's the opinion of Woods' caddie, Steve Williams, who predicts a revival next year.
10/27/04 -- David Duval could not stop smiling as he stood on the 18th green Tuesday afternoon with a silver trophy in his hands, a scene not much different from three years ago when he was on top of his game and won the British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.
10/27/04 -- Seldom seen in the golf world, match play is a format which really stirs the emotions of golf fans.
By BRIAN HEWITT
10/27/04 -- Now is more of an introspective time of the year in golf. Which is where you, the readers come in. I want to know your answers to a select but eclectic group of 18 questions.
10/27/04 -- All 12 members of the team that beat the United States at Oakland Hills outside Detroit last month are playing in the European tour's season-ending Volvo Masters.
10/26/04 -- David Duval usually can't wait for the season to end so he can hit the slopes on his snow board. He missed the cut at Disney, stuck around an extra day to take the kids to the amusement park, and regretted that the year was over after only nine tournaments.
10/26/04 -- Another tense day of challenges began with the seven remaining contestants finding themselves at the unique Royal Links Golf Club.
10/26/04 -- Two sources connected to ABC told The Associated Press that the network will announce next week that Paul Azinger and Nick Faldo will share the booth with host Mike Tirico for a majority of ABC's golf next year.
10/26/04 --The 20th-ranked University of Minnesota men's golf rallied from a 13-stroke deficit
10/26/04 -- As the European Tour season reaches a conclusion at this weeks Volvo Masters Andalucia, we countdown the tours top 5 tournaments in 2004.
10/26/04 -- Paul Azinger rarely plays in a golf tournament without something reminding him of Payne Stewart, and the memories were particularly strong during The Funai Classic at Disney.
By KELLY BLACKBURNThis week will help you play consistently for 18 holes. Try these easy to follow exercises featured in The Natural Golf Makeover Challenge.
10/26/04 -- The next time the PGA Tour trots out its 'These Guys Are Good' campaign, it doesn't need to show any spectacular shots, just a bunch of unfamiliar faces.
10/26/04 -- The Ladies European Tour announced today that with the cooperation and sponsorship of financial giants Deutsche Bank, the Ladies Swiss Open will return to the tournament schedule in 2006.
10/26/04 - And suddenly, they are down to one. One tournament, but so many consequences.
10/25/04 -- The European Tour wraps up its 2004 campaign with the playing of the Volvo Masters Andalucia at the Club de Golf Valderrama in Spain.
By BRIAN HEWITT
I am struck by the relative ease with which Vijay Singh, a man who used to appear to be so uncomfortable in the spotlight, is wearing the mantel of being the No. 1 ranked player in the world.
10/25/04 -- Shi Hyun Ahn and the rest of the LPGA Tour return to South Korea this week for the $1.35 million CJ Nine Bridges Classic Presented by Sports Today.

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