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Right now, the Evian Championship feels more like a major showcase for its sponsor than it does a major championship for women’s golf. Read More
The FedExCup Playoffs are set for a thrilling finale, while the final LPGA major of the season was a mess from start to finish. Read More
Rory McIlroy has accomplished so much in his 10 years as a pro, but he heads into an offseason with questions about his game and health. Read More

Today in Golf

11/15/01 -- Karrie Webb leads the field at the Tyco/ADT LPGA Tour Championship.
11/15/01 -- Marisa Baena shoots 69 to share early first-round lead in LPGA Tour Championship.
11/14/01 -- Rounds dip as fall begins; other industry news
11/14/01 -- Donald Trump makes first trip to Trump International G.C. a special experience.
11/14/01 -- Dottie Pepper let the cat out of the bag by saying the women won the event.
2001 Warburg CupDAN HIGGINS: Good afternoon, everybody. Thanks for joining us.
11/14/01 -- It's time to take a hard look at women's golf.
11/13/01 -- The top-30 money leaders are playing for $1-million in prize money
11/13/01 -- Fresh off a victory at the Dunlop Phoenix Open in Japan, David Duval will remain abroad
11/13/01 -- Recent inductee to the World Golf Hall of Fame Greg Norman headlines a strong field
11/13/01 -- Ten years after the Ryder Cup, the Warburg Cup plays in Kiawah Island, S.C.
The top-30 money leaders are invited to compete for $1 million in prize money in South Florida.
11/12/01 -- Legends change from year to year, modified as each storyteller adds his or her embellishment.
Padraig Harrington's victory on Sunday at the Volvo Masters moved the Irishman up six places to No. 10 in this week's World Golf Rankings.
Peter Kessler
11/11/01 -- Fireworks, tears and cheers. A wonderful and appropriate mixture on this November 11
Allen Doyle may never be enshrined into the World Golf Hall of Fame, but for
You can remember him for his triumphs. You can remember him for his tragedies.
11/11/01 -- Padraig Harrington laid to rest a problematic trend of finishing runner-up Sunday
11/11/01 -- David Duval kissed away a commanding six-shot lead with just six holes to play Sunday