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As Tiger Woods chased Jack Nicklaus' major record, surpassing Sam Snead's all-time PGA Tour wins mark was a given. Is it still? Read More
Donald Trump's recent comments drew a response from golf's governing bodies, who all have ties to the presidential candidate. Read More
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What should Spieth do? Play the John Deere, skip it in favor of the Scottish Open or get in some extra prep work at St. Andrews? Read More
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5/3/06 -- Earl Woods, who was more determined to raise a good son than a great golfer and became the role model, architect and driving force behind Tiger Woods' phenomenal career, died Wednesday morning at his home. He was 74.
5/3/06 -- Tiger Woods might not be in the field for this week's Wachovia Championship. But Masters champion Phil Mickelson is in Charlotte, N.C.
By PAT PEREZ
5/3/06 -- The verdict on the elbow is that I have somewhat of a pinched nerve near or around the tendon. The MRI was negative and no surgery is required.
By GEORGE WHITE
5/3/06 - John Daly is sick. Theres no other word to describe someone who can lose $50-60 million
5/3/06 -- All of us at the PGA TOUR are very saddened to learn of the passing of Tiger Woods father, Earl. Our hearts and deepest sympathies go out to Tiger and his family during this very sad time.
5/2/06 -- The European Tour heads to northern Italy for the Telecom Italia Open at Castello di Tolcinasco G&CC in Milan, Italy.
5/2/06 -- Professional golfer Michelle Wie said Monday she wished to play well when she tees up against men this week -- her eighth attempt to make the cut in a men's tournament.
By FRANK THOMAS
5/2/06 -- I have a set of irons I want to put new shafts in. I like the way the irons setup. I just want to put Rifle shafts in them. I have been researching the 'frequency matched' issue and I am more confused now than I was.
5/2/06 -- John Daly says he has lost between $50 million and $60 million during 12 years of heavy gambling.
5/2/06 -- In 30 years on the PGA Tour, Jay Haas never had a thrill quite like this.
5/2/06 -- Down to the final three contestants on the Big Break V: Hawaii, the remaining ladies were well aware of how close they were to reaching the finals.
5/2/06 -- Defending champion Stacy Prammanasudh will have her hands full trying to repeat as champion at this week's Franklin American Mortgage Championship.
5/2/06 -- Charles Howell III is the latest player to weigh in about the rules at the Masters, although the Augusta native isn't talking about the way the tournament is run.

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