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The International team trails, 4-1, in the Presidents Cup. It's a familiar spot for the home team. Read More
In the first Presidents Cup in S. Korea, the U.S. got off to its usual fast start, taking a 4-1 lead. Read More
Today in Golf
Annika Sorenstam reveals why she like to focus on completing her swing instead of trying to swing hard at the ball.
Annika Sorenstam gives advice on how to use the bounce of the club when playing from a greenside bunker.
7/18/07 -- Colin Montgomerie says, 'I think it will be seen as what it is, one of the toughest and best links course we have in the world.'
I arrived in Scotland unscathed; though, I nearly wiped out three of us in a golf cart soon thereafter.
The LPGA has acquired the Duramed FUTURES Tour effective immediately.
7/18/07 -- Corey Pavin has only glanced at the field at this week's U.S. Bank Championship. He wouldn't see a whole lot of names he knows, anyway.
7/18/07 -- This is the sort of tournament that Phil Mickelson used to practice for as a kid, hitting one strange shot after another in his backyard..
This week, we'll discuss the proper length of tee you should use and what your club is willing to forgive.
7/18/07 -- A Royal & Ancient rules official started his dinner speech with a fantastic impersonation of Seve Ballesteros, which segued to a series of racial and ethnic jokes.
A recount of my first-hand view of Jean Van de Velde's epic Carnoustie collapse in the 1999 Open.
7/18/07 -- Gary Player said Wednesday he knows of at least one golfer who has used steroids, and he urged golf organizations to move quickly toward a random drug-testing plan.
7/18/07 -- Annika Sorenstam is too busy trying to get her game together to worry about reclaiming the top spot in women's golf.
Our panel debates what, if any collapse in all of sports in comparable to Van de Velde's in the '99 Open.