GFC Search

 
Making his wild-card picks is the most important thing a Ryder Cup captain can do. Read More
31
Paul McGinley added Ryder Cup stalwarts Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood, along with a 39-year-old Scottish rookie, to his team. Read More
Chris Kirk won the Deutsche Bank Championship. He hopes it was enough to also win over Tom Watson. Read More
RSS

Today in Golf

11/20/03 -- Ty Votaw, the LPGA Commissioner, announced the 2004 LPGA Tour schedule on Thursday.
11/20/03 -- Ty Votaw, the LPGA Commissioner, announced the 2004 LPGA Tour schedule on Thursday.
11/20/03 --
11/20/03 -- In her home country of South Korea, she is a star. In the United States, though, Se Ri Pak could walk down almost any street and hardly anyone would take a second glance.
11/20/03 -- Complete 2004 LPGA Tour schedule.
11/20/03 -- Her history-making year is almost over, and already Annika Sorenstam is thinking of new ways to shake up the golf world.
In the modern era, golf is more dynamic than anything on the sports page. Interest in the game continues to grow, and golf shines as a sport with broad appeal across generations and genders.
11/19/03 -- The face of golf, long considered a white, elitist sport, is slowly changing in a country that is only a dozen years removed from apartheid.
11/19/03 -- As you saw on Wednesdays College Central I handed out my assessment of the fall season for the men. Now its time to evaluate the womens performance.
11/19/03 -- If the Presidents Cup ends in a tie, it could lead to the most exciting aspect of these matches -- a
sudden-death playoff. Neither captain likes the idea.
11/19/03 -- Mark James birdied two of his last five holes to surge into the lead after 36 holes of the 2003 Champions Tour National Qualifying Tournament at the TPC at Eagle Trace.
By DAVID BRESLOW

Everyone has a dream of some kind whether its spoken or not. As a golfer you have your own dream in mind.
11/19/03 -- Jeff Sluman found out quickly that being the assistant captain for the U.S. team at the Presidents Cup was hardly an honorary position.
11/19/03 -- The International team is neither a country (United States) nor a continent (Europe), rather a collection of guys from everywhere else who play under a contrived flag.
11/19/03 -- With the group of contestants now cut in half, the players began to realize that they had to start depending on good golf shots, and not so much on luck, in order to survive.
11/19/03 -- Pairings for the Day 1 Foursome (alternate-shot) matches in the fifth Presidents Cup, which begins Thursday at the Fancourt Country Club in George, South Africa.
11/19/03 -- In the end, everybody showed. Nobody ducked out. Schedules were cleared. Flights were made. And the Presidents Cup got the dream field its organizers were hoping for.
11/18/03 -- At age 49, Jay Haas is having one of the best season of his long PGA Tour career. Now, he finds himself representing his country in the Presidents Cup.
11/18/03 -- The legendary Blue Monster course at Doral Golf and Spa is scheduled to be lengthened by 166 yards, adding yardage to five of the course's holes.
11/18/03 -- The photo on the front page of the Cape Times sent a strong signal to captain Jack Nicklaus that the Americans were not taking this Presidents Cup lightly.

Pages