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As the PGA's new task force forges ahead, Paul Azinger's former Ryder Cuppers contend his pods system put points on the board. Read More
In this week's Stock Watch, a couple of PGA Tour stars are back off the injury list while Rory McIlroy's schedule takes a hit. Read More
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Tiger Woods hitting shots again is sure to bring some unsolicited advice his way, but he just needs to listen to himself. Read More
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Today in Golf

6/23/04 -- A black snake slithering in her path drew a screech of surprise from Michelle Wie on Wednesday, but it took a delay because of thunder and lightning to get her off her game after a flawless start.
6/23/04 -- Past U.S. Womens Open winner Liselotte Neumann of Sweden and reigning U.S. Womens Amateur champion Virada Nirapathpongporn of Thailand lead the list of players who have earned spots in the 156-player field.
6/23/04 -- Tiger Woods conceded Wednesday that his caddie 'probably went too far' by kicking over a photographer's lens and taking another camera from someone in the gallery at the U.S. Open.
6/23/04 -- The first year the PGA Tour played at the TPC at Avenel, Greg Norman suggested setting dynamite to the ninth hole. They might finally get their wish.
6/23/04 -- A sectional qualifying site will be added in Europe and Asia for the 2005 U.S. Open, the United States Golf Association has announced.
6/22/04 -- Defending champion Michelle Wie stands one back of a pair of players including schoolmate Stephanie Kono.
6/22/04 - Jim Furyk confirmed on Monday his plans to defend the Buick Open title at the end of July.
6/21/04 -- Sectional qualifying results for the 2004 U.S. Women's Open to be played at the Orchards Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass.
6/22/04 -- A good dose of the world's top talent make their way back across the pond for playing of the Open de France.
Natural Golf Makeover Challenge Diary
By GEORGE WHITE
6/22/04 - Before blame is pointed toward the USGA, hear what Walter Driver, chairman of the championship committee, had to say.
6/22/04 - The overnight ratings for Sunday's coverage of the final round of the U.S. Open were up 13 percent from last year
6/22/04 -- Something strange happened the day after the U.S. Open. A black round cap about the size of a hockey puck mysteriously rose from the ground and started spraying water over Shinnecock Hills. In the golf industry, they call this a sprinkler.
6/22/04 -- Fred Funk looks to put the F-U-N back in his name at this week's Booz Allen Classic in Bethesda, Md.
6/22/04 -- The 2005 World Golf Championships - American Express Championship will be played at Harding Park Golf Course
By KELLY BLACKBURN
This series of exercises will feature a variety of products that are easy to store, compact to travel with and lightweight.
6/22/04 -- The Nationwide Tour has become an intermediary place for players like Guy Boros to earn a living while trying to make it back to the PGA Tour.
6/22/04 -- Australia's Rachel Teske returns to Locust Hill Country Club hoping to recreate the magic that led her to her eighth career LPGA title and second consecutive win of the (2003) year at the Wegmans Rochester LPGA.
Frank Nobilo shares tour-tested ways to grip the putter for more success on the greens.
6/21/04 --

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