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Today in Golf
Woods takes a back seat to Trevor Immelman, who won his first major championship.
Trevor Immelman has never felt better.
Steve Flesch was doing just what he needed to do in brutal conditions. Plod along, make a bunch of pars and hope it would be enough to win.
Anyone who thought this Masters might be the start of something grand must have struggled to stay awake Friday while watching another performance from Tiger Woods that hardly matched the hype.
Lorena Ochoa is headed for the LPGA Tour Hall of Fame after winning the Corona Championship in her native Mexico.
Tiger Woods caddie incurred the wrath of Masters officials on Saturday when he worked part of the third round without wearing the official green tournament cap.
If the millions watching from their living room couches werent paying close attention Sunday, they might have thought this was quite a Masters.
Phil Mickelson stared out toward the 18th green, shook his head slightly, rubbed his chin and tried to figure out where it all went wrong.
Brandt Snedekers smiled for as long as he could Sunday afternoon. But then he gave way to tears.
Glory fills so many Masters Sundays. What we dont see nearly as often is the dark side.
A golf scorecard doesn't have room for stories, only numbers. This scorecard will be different.
A look into the teen years of '08 Masters winner Trevor Immelman and some words from fellow South African champion Gary Player.
Lorena Ochoa was unstoppable this week at the Corona Championship winning by 11 shots to finish at -25.