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3/25/04 -- The story of the year in all of college golf has been the amazing performance by the womens team from Duke University.
3/25/04 -- Everyone from the casual tourist to the best players in the world can relate. The 17th hole at the Stadium Course. It is, by many accounts, the most famous hole in golf, and it will be the most-watched hole at The Players Championship.
3/25/04 -- Adam Scott fired a 7-under-par 65 on Thursday to take the lead after the first round of The Players Championship. In stark contrast, Tiger Woods continued to struggle
3/25/04 -- The craziness of a year ago is gone, leaving Annika Sorenstam to look for challenges that have nothing to do with playing against men.
3/25/04 -- Guy Boros posted a 7-under-par 65 on Thursday to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Louisiana Open.
3/23/04 -- Tiger Woods went from celebrated to scorned. He teed it up in the Bay Hill Invitational with a chance to make history.
3/24/04 -- Lets not even go there. OK? To attempt to make the argument that it is golfs fifth major does a disservice to The Players Championship. It is separate from that.
3/24/04 -- On the golfing road that winds from Miami to Augusta, we sometimes forget that not every visit is just a leg-stretching stop until we reach the ultimate destination that is the Masters. No one understands ' or believes ' this more than Vijay Singh.
3/24_04 -- The Vanderbilt women's golf team erased a six-stroke deficit and won its third tournament championship of the year today, riding the medalist performance of Chris Brady to capture the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational.
3/24/04 -- In part out of his own protest, Shaun Micheel became the first victim of a new PGA Tour policy that requires eligible players to take part in the pro-am if they want to play in the tournament.
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3/24/04 -- Jim Furyk will not be playing this years Masters and will likely be unable to defend his U.S. Open title in June. Furyk underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left wrist Monday in New York and is sidelined for three to six months.
3/24/04 -- The Ladies European Tour announced today that they have agreed a four-year-deal with Italian sports and leisurewear manufacturer Robe di Kappa to become the title sponsor of the Ladies European Tour.
3/24/04 -- The Friends of Golf (FOG) and Colonial Country Club, in cooperation with Bank of America and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), have announced the watch list for the 2004 Ben Hogan Award, presented annually to the top mens NCAA Division I, II or III or NAIA golfer.
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3/23/04 -- The teams are set for the inaugural playing of the Tavistock Cup at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club
3/22/04 - Weve been here before, you know. Colin Montgomerie gets hot for one or two days and wins a tournament in Asia. He will get excited the next week. Then ' poof! ' its gone.
3/23/-4 -- Tiger Woods sometimes adds green to his wardrobe in April, but that usually means a jacket from Augusta National -- not fatigues from Fort Bragg.
3/23/04 -- After a one month layoff, the Nationwide Tour returns to action with the 13th edition of the Chitimacha Louisiana Open
3/23/04 - The rivalry begins March 29-30 when the first Tavistock Cup is played in Orlando, Fla.