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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
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1/26/02 -- Duffy Waldorf takes a one-shot lead into the final round of the Phoenix Open.
1/26/02 -- Hale Irwin won the Senior Skins Game with 11 skins and $450,000.
1/25/02 -- U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen shot 4-under 68 Friday to move into the lead at the halfway point.
1/25/02 -- Tim Clark continued his fine play at the Woodhill Country Club posting a 5-under 67 Friday.
1/25/02 -- Colin Montgomerie withdrew from the Johnnie Walker Classic due to a back injury.
Canadian Tour-LargeIan D.
1/24/02 -- Tim Clark felt strangely uncomfortable with a putter in his hand
1/23/02 -- Perth, Australia - Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee took advantage of calm morning conditions to finish atop the leaderboard
1/24/02 -- David Duval withdrew Thursday from the Phoenix Open for personal reasons.
1/24/02 -- Ty Tryon struggled mightily in his 2002 PGA Tour debut, shooting a 6-over-par 77.
1/23/02 -- The kid who was nicknamed after Chevy Chase's character in the movie classic Caddyshack hits his first shot
1/23/02 -- Things have changed since the days when Mark Calcavecchia firs turned pro.
How to grow the game? Plenty of bright minds, many of whom have gathered for the PGA Merchandise show in Orlando, have studied the question in recent years.
1/22/02 -- As this PGA Show opens, mixed emotions prevail
1/23/02 -- Geoff Nicholas, a 12-time world amputee champion, will make his debut on the European Tour.
1/22/02 -- South African Open champions Tim Clark and Mark McNulty will tee it up as the headline attractions
1/22/02 -- Hale Irwin, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Fuzzy Zoeller will be competing in the Senior Skins Game.
1/20/02 -- Phil Mickelson is amazing. His wife, Amy, gave birth to the couple's second daughter. The family moved to Phil's hometown of San Diego. All of those things contributed to Phil not playing competitively for five months.
Former soccer player Roy Wegerle missed in his attempt to qualify for the South African Sunshine Tour's Telkom PGA Championship.
 
Wegerle successfully qualified for last week's Dunhill C
1/22/02 -- Ty Tryon makes his 2002 debut at this weeks Phoenix Open, where Mark Calcavecchia will defend.

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