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Tiger Woods' private jet was spotted in Augusta on Tuesday. Expect to see the man there next week, too, writes Ryan Lavner. Read More
In this week's Stock Watch, a pair of stars are headed in different directions with the LPGA's first major approaching. Read More
What is Tiger Woods' greatest moment? It's either his outburst at the '08 U.S. Open or his embrace at the '97 Masters. Read More
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2/8/05 -- The Greensboro Jaycees have followed up their increase in proceeds from the 2003 Chrysler Classic of Greensboro with another jump in 2004.
2/8/05 - For awhile, it was 1972 all over again. There was Jack Nicklaus, suddenly putting for something downright meaningful.
2/8/05 -- Phil Mickelson keeps everyone guessing. Three years ago, he defiantly said he would never change his risk-taking, jaw-dropping style on the golf course, even if that meant never winning a major.
2/10/05 -- The Golf Channel unveiled the first episode of The Big Break III ' Ladies Only Tuesday night, the networks third installment of its hit television series.
2/8/05 -- Over the next two weeks, two of the most historic tournaments on the PGA Tour will take place ' on two vintage venues.
2/8/05 -- Sophomore Eileen Vargas shot an even-par 71 on Tuesday to help Pepperdine move into first place
2/8/05 -- Money is the easiest way to illustrate overwhelming growth on the PGA Tour.
By BRIAN HEWITT
Theres nothing wrong with Mike Weir that a good week at Pebble Beach wont cure.
By KELLY BLACKBURN
This is week five of our class Strength for You and Your Swing. In this series we will concentrate on strength exercises along with flexibility exercises to better your health and your golf swing.
2/8/05 -- The 2005 LPGA season begins this week with the inaugural Women's World Cup of Golf in George, South Africa.
2/7/05 -- The second-ranked UCLA women's golf team staked a four-shot lead after the first round in the Regional Challenge
By BRIAN HEWITT
Driving accuracy is significantly insignificant. And here are the numbers to prove it.
2/7/05 -- Phil Mickelson's win on Sunday at the FBR Open vaulted him up one place to No. 4 in this week's Official World Golf Ranking.
2/7/05 -- Final scores and earnings from Phil Mickelson's victory at the FBR Open in Scottsdale, Arizona.
2/7/05 - Michelle Wie has accepted a special exemption and will play in the Weetabix Women's British Open.
2/7/05 -- Kip Henley is busy adding to the four Nationwide Tour exemptions he earned for winning The Golf Channels Big Break II in December.
2/7/05 -- The European Tour hangs around in the South Pacific as it hops from Australia over to New Zealand for the Holden New Zealand Open.
2/6/05 -- Craig Parry birdied the fourth playoff hole Sunday to defeat third-round leader Nick O'Hern and win the Heineken Classic.

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