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Jordan Spieth will win majors, plural. But easy now. We've heard that before, 15 years ago regarding another promising player. Read More
Despite letting a potential Masters win slip from his grasp, Jordan Spieth says 'there's nothing haunting me from last week.' Read More
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2/5/02 -- One year later, it still seems unimaginable how the 2001 Buick Invitational unfolded.
2/5/02 -- The Senior PGA Tour moves north through the Sunshine State this week to Naples, Fla.
2/5/02 -- This weeks Buick Invitational field faces the longest course on tour this season.
2/5/02 -- The PGA Tour travels down the California coastline from Pebble Beach to San Diego for the Buick Invitational.
2/4/02 -- The dnouement was different, but the story was nonetheless special.
Nelson, ByronByron Nelson, winner of 54 PGA Tour events and a living legend of golf, hit a
One thing about Mr. Tiger Woods ' you dont hear a single alibi when he hasnt played well enough to win a tournament. The greens might be good or bad ' see last weeks surfaces at Pebble Beach.
Matt Gogel earned redemption at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am last week, capturing the title that eluded him two years before and jumping him from over the top-100 to 61st in the latest Worl
One thing about Mr. Tiger Woods ' you dont hear a single alibi when he hasnt played well enough to win a tournament. The greens might be good or bad ' see last weeks surfaces at Pebble Beach.
2/3/02 -- Ernie Els shot his third straight round of 3-under 69 en route to a wire-to-wire
2/3/02 -- Matt Gogel collected $720,000 for his victory, and surpassed the $2 million mark in career earnings
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2/3/02 -- John Jacobs overcame difficulties at the final two holes to post a 6-under 66
Dr. Mary Budke of Eugene, Ore., winner of the 1972 U.S. Women's Amateur championship and a member of the 1974 U.S. Curtis Cup team, has been named captain of the 2002 United States team.
2/3/02 -- Life often offers second chances, but rarely a third. Matt Gogel took advantage of such an opportunity Sunday.
2/3/02 -- Retief Goosen posted a 6-under 66 Sunday to go wire-to-wire for the victory at the
2/2/02 -- Jay Overton, a Monday qualifier, fired a 7-under-par 65 on Saturday to grab
2/2/02 -- Ernie Els posted his second straight round of 3-under 69 to take a four-shot lead
2/2/02 -- History didnt repeat itself Saturday at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
2/2/02 -- Retief Goosen struggled down the stretch on Saturday but remained tied for the lead

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