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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was Lexi Thompson's 2017. Her roller-coaster season lands at No. 7 on our list. Read More
Bernhard Langer gets older. Bernhard Langer gets better. It's not supposed to work that way, but it is for our No. 8 Newsmaker. Read More
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Today in Golf

8/3/01 -- After having floundered away nearly the entire first half of the season, Lee Westwood stated
8/3/01 -- Tom Pernice, Jr. overcame three bogeys Friday to take the lead through two rounds.
8/2/01 -- The United States Golf Association has changed a previous ruling that will now allow disabled caddie
This was the original, the first time the PGA Championship was held way back in 1916.
8/2/01 -- English women top the field at the old course.
8/2/01 -- Rested and focused, Lee Janzen scored 17 points Thursday to hold sole possession of the lead.
8/2/01 -- Brian Bateman played his final eight holes in 6-under to tie Heath Slocum for the lead.
8/2/01 -- Anthony Wall fired his best-ever round on the European Tour and the lowest score Barseback
8/2/01 -- Nicole Perrot is looking to notch two big wins in a row this week, as the youngster from Chile
Phil Mickelson won a $220,000 skin on the final hole of the Par-3 Shootout at the Treetops course at Treetops Resort in Gaylord, Mi.
8/1/01 -- Angela Jerman held on through a bloody nose Wednesday afternoon to oust the co-medalist
8/1/01 -- The LET is paving the way for long resisted changes in ladies golf.
8/1/01 -- The European and ANZ Tours will co-sanction the 2002 ANZ Championship
Longaberger Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio has been named the host course for the 2004 PGA Club Professional Championship and the 2002 Northern PGA Club Professional Championship.
Sarazen and Hagen Hogan and Snead Nicklaus and Palmer should we add Woods and Garcia? The PGA Championship of 1999 introduced the two front and center
Canadian Tour Commissioner Jacques Burelle announced Wednesday that the Canadian Tour and TELUS have reached agreement on a new three-year contract for the TELUS Edmonton Open.
8/1/01 -- Tiger Woods will skip the Buick Open and concentrate on defending his PGA Championship title.
7/31/01 -- Once again, Lee Westwood defends this week at the Volvo Scandinavian Masters, site of the fourth
7/31/01 -- Sunningdale plays host to new major. Webb returns to site of 1997 victory.
At the end, a rainbow appeared. For Davis Love III, it appeared as an omen. His father, the late Davis Love, Jr., knew of his win in the 1997 PGA, mother Penta declared. I know, said Davis. I know.