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6/16/04 -- Ernie Els thinks they should be banned. Tiger Woods believes they give players an unfair advantage. Ask Vijay Singh, though, and there's nothing wrong with using a belly putter.
By DAVID BRESLOW
The excitement and drama of the U.S. Open are here as the finest golfers in the world gather to play one of golfs majors and one of its most difficult challenges.
6/16/04 -- First-time major winners are on quite a roll. From Rich Beem to Phil Mickelson, the last six majors have been used to induct new members into the exclusive club.
6/16/04 -- A tough test of golf should not be measured by numbers, a winning score, nor the club in a player's hand.
6/15/04 -- John Daly sent Mark Wills a gift last week that the country singer won't be able to use on the stage or a golf course.
6/15/04 -- The little things in life bring out the raw emotion in David Duval. He smiled and blinked into the sun when he captured the British Open.
6/15/04 -- Phil Mickelson is clearly more at ease heading into his first major as a major champion
Q. Yesterday you talked about sleeping on the lead and coming in today, and you said you were going to follow the same routine.
6/15/04 -- Shinnecock Hills Golf Club only gets better with age. And tougher. After going 90 years without a major championship, it allowed only one man to break par -- Raymond Floyd -- in the 1986 U.S. Open.
6/15/04 - Shinnecock's first Open, in 1895, was highlighted by the appearance of the first black man to play a U.S. Open.
6/15/04 -- The scenery was so much different when the U.S. Open last went to Long Island. It was two years ago at Bethpage Black, a beast of a golf course anyone could play for $31.
By MERCER BAGGS
6/15/04 -- Jay Haas won't be the favorite to do so this week in the U.S. Open. But when you look at the last two winners at Shinnecock, he might just have a chance.
6/15/04 -- Everything about Shinnecock Hills and the 104th U.S. Open has the feel of a British Open.
By KELLY BLACKBURN
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6/15/04 -- Tiger Woods came to the U.S. Open fully ready to deal with the swirling winds, waist-high grass and quirky bounces
6/15/04 -- Teenagers In-Bee Park and Brittany Lincicome and LPGA Tour veteran Michelle Estill secured spots in the U.S. Women's Open on Tuesday
6/15/04 -- The little things in life bring out the raw emotion in David Duval. He smiled and blinked into the sun when he captured the British Open.
6/14/04 -- The European Tour will quietly go about it's business this week with the playing of the Aa St Omer Open in the quiant little town of Omer in northern France.
6/14/04 -- The Nationwide Tour is in the middle stretch of its 31- tournament season as the tour rolls into Scranton, Pa., for the fifth edition of the Northeast Pennsylvania Classic.
6/14/04 -- Pierre Larouche, a two-time Stanley Cup winner with the Montreal Canadians, collected 22 points on Sunday to win the Mellon Mario Lemieux Celebrity Invitational.

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