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Today in Golf

By KATHERINE ROBERTS
Increasing your cardiovascular capacity burns fat, increases your metabolism and gives you more endurance on the golf course.
12/30/04 -- Atlantas mayor is threatening a country club with up to $90,000 in fines for refusing to extend spousal benefits to the partners of gay members.
12/30/04 -- Over the years, Phil Mickelson's fans have come to deperately want what Phil wants -- a major championship. They got their wish at the Masters. This is the No. 2 Story of the Year.
12/29/04 -- Bob Mendralla enjoys getting behind the grinding wheel with an iron in his hand and letting the sparks fly, crafting another club for Wilson Golf at its technical center in Chicago.
12/28/04 -- An average year for Annika Sorenstam was more than good enough to earn her recognition as The Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year for the second year running.
12/28/04 -- With so much focus on technology, Vijay Singh used rather primitive tools in his search for a swing that made him the No. 1 player in golf.
12/28/04 -- Tiger Woods, by the numbers, had perhaps his worst season ever on the PGA Tour.
12/28/04 -- The LPGA Tour met two weeks ago for an annual review of its policies, and it included what commissioner Ty Votaw described as a full airing of an issue that comes up with regularity -- how to play in wet conditions.
By GEORGE WHITE
12/27/04 - They are part of every golf publications December stories, these Ten Things stories. Ten most memorable happenings of this year
12/26/04 - Annika Sorenstam just completed what would a career year for any other player.
12/24/04 - Every drive was straight, every iron was just the right distance, every putt homed in true to the cup. The Euros appeared in a fog
By GEORGE WHITE
12/24/04 - Mark McGwire will be the first person to admit that playing golf for a living is much too difficult.
12/23/04 -- Punahou sophomore Michelle Wie officially accepted an invitation on Wednesday to play in the LPGA's 2005 SBS Open in February.
12/23/04 -- U.S. Open week at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club started out as one big lovefest. Just about everyone had something positive to say about the links-style venue. Then came Sunday.
12/22/04 -- Colin Montgomerie was among those perplexed by Vijay Singh being honored as player of the year on the European PGA Tour.
12/22/04 -- Annika Sorenstam was named player of the year in her native Sweden for a record eighth time on Monday.
By GEORGE WHITE
12/23/04 -So Patty Berg has Alzheimers disease. Patty is perhaps the most loved figure in womens sports
12/22/04 -- Four-time champion Karrie Webb will play in the ANZ Ladies Masters golf tournament in February at Royal Pines, her 12th consecutive appearance in the joint Australian and European tour event.
12/22/04 -- Kenny Perry is baffled by a turn for the worse. He went from three victories and No. 6 on the PGA Tour money list last year to no victories
121/22/04 - Patty Berg has written a letter to the LPGA revealing that she is in the early stages of Alzheimers disease

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