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11/1/00 -- Prime Minister Tony Blair will back a late $35 million bid to wrest the 2009 Ryder Cup away from Scotland or Wales.
11/1/00 -- Lee Westwood's wife, Laurae, is expected to deliver the couple's first baby the middle of next April.
11/1/00 -- Australian Open champion Aaron Baddeley will turn professional and says he hopes to play the U.S. next year.
11/1/00 -- Sergio Garcia walked out of a pro-am about halfway through at the Volvo Masters, blaming a partner's abusive manners.
That, among other things, may be the reaction Nov. 13 when Tiger Woods gives an exhibition in London's Hyde Park.
PETER KESSLER
PETER KESSLER

YOU HAVE YOUR DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY. I UNDERSTAND YOU'RE LISTENING TO PSYCHOLOGY TAPES. WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING TO HEAR?

JANICE MOODIE
PETER KESSLER
PETER KESSLER
GOLF TALK LIVE - OCTOBER 30, 2000
JANICE MOODIE

TEASE
Sometimes you really have to stop and appreciate a moment, but first you have to recognize when you're in one. Moments are all relative to what you hold dear in life.
PETER KESSLER
PETER KESSLER
10/29/00 -- This week's tournament on the Senior PGA Tour may have changed sponsors, but the champion remained the same.
10/29/00 -- Gordon Brand, Jr. made one mistake on Sunday and it cost him a chance to win his first European Tour event in seven years. Instead, it was rookie Ian Poulter who stepped into the winner's circle for the first time at the Italian Open.
10/29/00 -- James Joseph Waldorf, Jr. was anything-but a duffer Sunday at the National Car Rental Classic at Walt Disney World. Waldorf fired a flawless 10-under-par 62 to better 54-hole leader Steve Flesch by one shot
10/29/00 -- Spike McRoy did it all on Sunday. He won the Buy.Com Tour Championship in record fashion. He captured first-place on the season-ending money list. And, most importantly, he collected his 2001 PGA Tour card.
10/28/00 -- Rookie Ian Poulter all-but secured himself a spot in next week's Volvo Masters in the third round of the Italian Open. Poulter fired a 7-under-par 65 on Saturday to take a three-shot lead into the final round in Sardinia, Italy.
10/28/00 -- Tiger Woods spent the third round of the National Car Rental Classic at Walt Disney World chasing Steve Flesch. He didn't catch him, but he didn't lose any ground either.
10/28/00 -- For the second consecutive day, Spike McRoy went around the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in the fewest strokes of any man at the Buy.Com Tour Championship.

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