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Today in Golf

12/21/04 -- Hal Sutton played only one PGA Tour event the final three months of the season, allowing him a taste of what life was like before he devoted two years to being Ryder Cup captain.
12/21/04 -- Ernie Els got a chance to win a major in 2004 ' four times over. And he felt four times the pain of anyone in any of those tournaments, failing to win a single one.
The weighted Strength Trainer is an excellent option primarily because it's perfectly balanced, and comes with an instructional video that leads you through the do's and don'ts of indoor swing training. Keeping your muscles warm, loose, and accustomed to the moves you make in golf is vitally important to your game.
12/21/04 -- Rich Harvest Farms, the prestigious course 50 miles west of Chicago in Sugar Grove, Ill., has been selected as the site for the 2009 Solheim Cup.
12/21/04 -- The Masters will have a guy named Palmer playing at Augusta National next year -- just not the King.
12/20/04 -- The LPGA Tour, represented by stars Grace Park, Cristie Kerr and LPGA Tour and World Golf Halls of Fame member Juli Inkster, won the 13th annual Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge at Reflection Bay Golf Club, Lake Las Vegas in Henderson, Nev.
12/20/04 -- The man in charge of golfballs.com is the first to say he expanded backward.
12/20/04 -- The final Official World Golf Ranking for 2004 was published following the completion of the Asia Japan Okinawa Open on Sunday and Vijay Singh will close out the year as the World No. 1.
12/20/04 - Sixty one-day events, more than 1,600 golfers and hours and hours of hand-wringing competition come to a close Tuesday night
12/19/04 -- Japan's Kiyoshi Miyazato overcame Jeev Milkha Singh of India to secure a famous home victory at the Asia Japan Okinawa Open.
12/19/04 - John Daly was excruciatingly close to winning in America for the first time in nine years. But he also was so far.
12/19/04 -- The teams have been announced for the competitors making up all 20 teams for the inaugural Womens World Cup of Golf.
12/18/04 -- India's Jeev Milkha Singh overcame a double bogey scare to preserve his overnight four-shot lead after the third round of the Okinawa Open on Saturday.
12/18/04 -- If former Australian Davis Cup player Scott Draper has an early exit from next month's Australian Open tennis championships, he can always put away his racket and pull out the golf clubs.
As we age the nervous system becomes compromised and often one of the first physical changes we experience is a loss of good balance.
12/17/04 -- If Colin Montgomerie is at the 2006 Ryder Cup it will be as a player not as a captain.
12/17/04 -- China is holding four PGA European Tour events this season -- the same number as the sport's birthplace, Scotland.
12/17/04 -- Good things come to those who wait. And that certainly goes for late Fathers Day gifts. Just ask Craig Stadler if waiting one week made any difference.
12/16/04 - Tiger Woods says that after wins in Japan and his own Target World Challenge, the transformation is completde.
12/16/04 -- Callaway Golf Company announced Thursday it is beginning the search process for a Chief Executive Officer to whom current CEO William C. Baker can ultimately turn over management responsibilities. Baker, who was appointed to the CEO position on Aug. 2, 2004, will lead the search.