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In this week's Stock Watch, there are plenty of reasons to buy in Michelle Wie, while Patrick Reed's good form is fading. Read More
From back-to-back majors on the same venue to the restoration of Pinehurst No. 2, we'll see something like never before in June. Read More
Today in Golf
It didn't take long for Hootie Johnson to be certain that the Augusta Nat
3/12/02 -- The Buy.Com Tour remains overseas one more week, joining with the Australasian Tour again
3/12/02 -- Gary Player headlines a strong field this week as the European Tour moves from Dubai
When Arnold Palmer stops to sign an autograph ' which is often ' hell look at you as if maybe hes seen you somewhere before
3/11/2002 -- Sorenstam headlines powerhouse field at PING Banner Health.
So the critics were all over Matt Kuchar when he didnt leave Georgia Tec
3/11/02 -- Arnold Palmer may be the tournament host, but the Bay Hill Invitational belongs to Tiger Woods.
3/11/02 -- Hale Irwin collected his record-setting 30th career victory at last years inaugural Siebel Classic.
3/11/02 -- The LPGA gets aggressive with its future: This moment in the golf industry
Matt Kuchar found another reason Monday to celebrate his first PGA Tour vic
Hale Irwin shot a final-round 65 Sunday and set a tournament record
3/10/02 -- Ernie Els shot a 3-under 69 in the final round to cruise to a four-shot victory at
3/10/02 -- Steve Scott of Wellington, Fla., may have finally erased a six-year old curse Sunday
3/10/02 -- Hey, great response to our new tournament question series which should allow you
3/10/02 -- When Matt Kuchar turned professional in 2000, many an observer believed it to be three years too late. Sunday he proved all doubters wrong.
3/10/02 -- Gavin Coles of Australia carded an even-par 72 to win the inaugural Jacob's Creek
3/9/02 -- Mike Weir shot a 7-under 65 and was one stroke behind John Riegger after the completion of the second round.
3/9/02 -- Ernie Els shot a 5-under 67 to grab the lead after Saturday's third round of the Dubai
3/9/02 -- Jeff Quinney of Scottsdale, Ariz., didnt allow strong winds to blow him off course Saturday
3/9/02 -- Mike Weir and Brett Wetterich were tied for the lead at 14-under when the third round of the Honda Classic was halted because of darkness.