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A pair of majors, a FedEx Cup title, two more Tour wins and a No. 1 world ranking, the road to Jordan Spieth's success started at the '14 Australian Open. Read More
As we gather around the table on Thursday to give thanks, the Grill Room Team will be saying an extra-special thank you to the man from Málaga – Miguel Angel Jimenez. Read More
A burgeoning rivalry at the top. The emergence of young talent. An unforgettable Solheim Cup. It was a season to remember. Read More
Today in Golf
9/6/02 -- Billy Andrade and Neal Lancaster lead Ian Leggatt and Grant Waite at the Bell Canadian Open.
9/6/02 -- Friday afternoon thunderstorms halted play during the second round of the Buy.Com Utah Classic, the third suspension in two days.
9/6/02 -- Padraig Harrington may be Europe's strongest hope in returning the Ryder Cup to the continent.
9/6/02 -- Tracy Hanson shot 6-under-par 66 to take one-stroke lead after the opening round of the Williams Championship.
9/5/02 -- Boyd Summerhays posted a 5-under-par 67 Thursday to take the lead in the first round of Buy.Com Utah Classic at Willow Creek Country Club.
9/5/02 -- If the United States didnt have motivation enough in taking the Solheim Cup back from the Europeans, they do now.
9/5/02 -- Sweden's Robert Karlsson breezed to a opening day 65 at the Omega European Masters in Switzerland
9/5/02 -- The battle between Augusta National Golf Club and the National Council of Womens Organizations is spreading to the players.
9/5/02 -- Grant Waite shot 8-under 64 to take a two-shot lead after the opening round of the Bell Canadian Open.
1st Place: Nik Stetler, age 8, Manchester, IN
Reigning U.S. Amateur champion Ricky Barnes, Hunter Mahan and 2002 NCAA champion D.J.
1st Place: David Friend, age 7, Livonia, MI
9/4/02 -- A television cameraman died Tuesday in a forklift accident while taping the Shell's Wonderful World of Golf exhibition between Fred Couples and Mark Calcavecchia.
1st Place: Tyler Davis, age 8, Indianapolis, IN
9/4/02 -- Hank Kuehne has pulled out of this weeks Bell Canadian Open due to the effects of a wrist and hand injury
9/4/02 -- Ryder Cup Captains Curtis Strange and Sam Torrance are doing what they can to pick up the pace - and reduce the gamesmanship - at the matches this year.
1st Place: Francesco Ruffino, age 7, Bloomfield Hills, MI
1 Tyler Ostrom, 8, Warsaw, IN
2 Zach Muench, 8, Greenwood, IN
9/4/02 -- A brief look at how the European team is faring heading into the 34th Ryder Cup Matches.