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The BUY.COM TOUR announced its 2001 schedule Wednesday, listing a total of 34 tournaments including the Canadian PGA Championship, the Tour's first trip north of the border.
11/15/00 -- Surgery believed previously to 'career threatening' to the arm of Hank Kuehne is not now believed to be as serious, according to Mike Biggs of Gaylord Sports...
Latest statistics have confirmed what everyone knew already - Tiger Woods is a hands-down winner of the Vardon Trophy for the lowest stroke average.
 
Woods posted a 67.79 adjusted stro
11/15/00 -- It's officially been a year since the resurrection of Michael Campbell's career. It all started in Taiwan at the 1999 Johnnie Walker Classic. The Kiwi captured the event, his first title in six years. Now, he's back to defend, this time in Bangkok, Thailand.
Former British Open champion Ian Baker-Finch, currently a full-time television commentator for ABC, has entered the Australian Open.
 
Baker-Finch's last tournament win was the 1993 Aus
11/15/00 -- Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer officially dedicated their first co-designed golf course, The King & The Bear, Wednesday in St. Augustine Fla. The dedication kicked off World Golf Foundation 2000, at the World Golf Village.
11/15/00 -- An injury to Cristie Kerr's left knee has forced her to withdraw from the season-ending Arch Wireless Championship. Kerr, who had surgery on the knee last year, reinjured it Tuesday night...
11/14/00 -- The LPGA has announced the addition the $1 million Williams Championship to its 2001 schedule. The event will be played Sept. 7-9 at Tulsa Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
11/14/00 -- A year ago, Ely Callaway had planned to step down at the end of 2000 from the helm of the company he founded. But now he's planning to stick around.
11/14/00 -- How did I know that I wasn't going to be an LPGA golfer? That's easy. I played collegiate golf against Annika Sorenstam.

People ask me all the time why I didn't stick with my first career move, professional golf.
11/14/00 -- An exhausted Tiger Woods arrived in Thailand from London and immediately was surrounded by controversy Tuesday. An honorary degree given to him by a local university was ridiculed by the Bangkok press.
11/14/00 -- Sergio Garcia's tie for 5th in Valderrama pushed him over the million-dollar mark in 2000 PGA Tour earnings, making him the 45th player to do so this year. The new total breaks last year's record total of 36 players over $1 million. 15 players also surpassed the $2 million plateau.
11/14/00 -- Nick Faldo, who recently was accused by Adams Golf of breach of contract, said Adams gave him only one set of clubs, which he returned.
11/14/00 -- Ernie Els and Lee Westwood have both withdrawn from this week's Johnnie Walker Classic to be held at the Alpine Golf and Sports Club in Bangkok, Thailand.
11/14/00 -- Ian Poulter has been named the 2000 European Tour Rookie of the Year. The 24-year old Englishman won last month's Italian Open and finished second at the Moroccan Open and third at the Brazil Sao Paulo 500 Years Open.
11/13/00 -- Five new additions have been made to January's Mercedes Championships, bringing the total number of players in the field to 32
JENNIFER MILLS
2000 HAS BEEN A GOOD YEAR, HASN'T IT?

LOREN ROBERTS
IT'S BEEN A VERY GOOD YEAR FOR ME, YEAH.
TEASE
 
IN A SPORT WHERE YOUTH SEEMS TO DOMINATE, LOREN ROBERTS IS DISRUPTING THE BELL CURVE. AT 45 HE ENJOYED ONE OF THE BEST YEARS OF HIS CAREER.
JENNIFER MILLS
NOW THIS IS THE POINT IN THE SHOW WHERE WE WANT YOU TO MAKE US PUTT LIKE THAT LOREN.

LOREN ROBERTS
OKAY
JENNIFER MILLS
THIS IS A BOOK. FOCUS IS THE NAME OF THE GAME THAT WAS CO-WRITTEN BY OUR GUEST, LOREN ROBERTS, ALONG WITH LARRY MIZE AND SCOTT SIMPSON.

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