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Today in Golf
A new shaft from Grafalloy could start a materials revolution. Is it steel? Or graphite? Or something else?
1/24/07 -- Drivers come and go. Putters vary round-to-round. But irons are in it for the long haul.
When will Tiger's winning streak come to an end? And will Annika break the all-time wins record?
1/24/07 -- The Buick Invitational is Tiger Woods' first tournament of the season, but Woods carries over from last year a PGA TOUR winning streak that dates to July.
1/24/07 -- PODS Enterprises, Inc. (PODS), an international provider of mobile storage and moving solutions, will be sponsoring the PODS Championship in March on the PGA TOUR.
These may be the two most powerful words you can use in your business, your sport and your life.
After years of hoofing it around the PGA Merchandise Show, I have rolled into the 21st century.
1/23/07 -- Tiger Woods makes his much-anticipated season debut this week in the Buick Invitational at Torrey Pines.
Chris Riley is on the rise again; Baby talk with Tiger Woods and Henrik Stenson.
1/23/07 -- Last year, Loren Roberts made the Turtle Bay Championship the second of three consecutive wins in his first full season on the Champions Tour.
If I had a vote for the PGA TOUR Hall of Fame, here is who I would let in and who I would leave out.
1/23/07 -- This week's Commerical Bank Qatar Masters features four major championship winners and seven members of the victorious Ryder Cup team
1/23/07 -- The first of a record 32 Nationwide Tour events will be played this week in Panama City, Panama, the Movistar Panama Championship.
I have taken your questions and categorized them from the most common to the not-so-common.
1/23/07 -- The 2007 season enters its fourth week at the Buick Invitational, but in some respects, it feels like opening day.
1/23/07 -- The Big Break VI: Trump National mens champion Denny Hepler of Warsaw, Ind., will compete in the Turtle Bay Championship.
1/23/07 -- Despite not playing this past week, Natalie Gulbis moved up one place to return to the top 20 in the Rolex World Rankings.
The PGA TOUR Hall of Fame ballots came out last week, but do some changes need to be made?
I think the future of the Champions Tour will rely heavily on this year's newcomers.