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Being grouped with Tiger Woods used to mean trouble, but it seems to bring the best out of young stars Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth. Read More
Tiger Woods' hole-in-one at the 1997 Phoenix Open is one of his most memorable moments. It's also one of his rarest. Read More
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7/104 - Last year, all Jim Furyk heard about was his U.S. Open victory. This year, all anyone asks about is his wrist.
By ADAM BARR
Dottie Pepper's playing days may be coming to an end, but she can still help the game she loves.
7/1/04 -- Michelle Wie drew the crowds, but it was another amateur who held the early first-round lead Thursday at the Women's U.S. Open.
7/1/04 -- Shinnecock Hills barely had any grass on the greens at the U.S. Open because the USGA refused to water them.
7/1/04 -- Paul Broadhurst fired a 5-under-par 67 Thursday to grab a share of the lead after the first round of the Smurfit European Open.
7/1/04 -- Casey Wittenberg has shed his amateur status after just one year at Oklahoma State. The 2003 U.S. Amateur runner-up is making his professional debut this week in the Cialis Western Open.
7/1/04 -- Loren Roberts shot a bogey-free 7-under 64 Thursday, matching his best round of the year, and held on for the first-round lead at the Western Open.
7/1/04 -- Tiger Woods and Butch Harmon have patched up their differences. Woods said Wednesday that he called his former swing coach
By GEORGE WHITE
7/1/04 - How does Annika Sorenstam do her job? Its far different from the way you and I discharge our duties.
7/1/04 -- Jason Caron posted a 5-under-par 66 on Thursday to take the first-round lead of the Reese's Cup Classic at Hershey Golf Club.
7/1/04 - Tiger Woods had barely settled into his chair when the barrage began. He wasn't a factor in either of the year's first two majors.
6/30/04 -- Michelle Wie is the most famous teenager in golf. That doesn't mean she's the best - not yet, anyway.
6/30/04 -- The Nationwide Tour makes its annual trek to the sweetest place on earth, as players gear up for The Reeses Cup Classic
By BRIAN HEWITT
6/30/04 -- One of the first things you should know about Royal Troon is this: When it's dry and firm it looks more like Royal Moon.
6/30/04 -- Annika Sorenstam is ready to challenge men again. She has committed to playing in the next three installments of the ADT Skills Challenge
By DAVID BRESLOW
Intention is a very powerful word. Most of us intend to go out and play a great round of golf but along the way something happens.
6/29/04 -- Fred Couples dropped a 36-foot putt for a birdie on the 11th hole Tuesday, followed with an 8-footer on the next hole to earn $220,000 and went on to win the Par-3 Shootout on Tuesday.
By KELLY BLACKBURN
This series of exercises will feature a variety of products that are easy to store, compact to travel with and lightweight.
Jay Haas made a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to give his father-and-son team a one-stroke victory in the CVS Charity Classic.
6/29/04 - The name says Commerce Bank Long Island Classic, but its Hubert Greens tournament.

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