10/4/00 -- Colin Montgomerie and the Wentworth Club in Surrey, England - a match made in heaven. The 37-year-old Scot has won four of the last five events contested on Wentworth's famous West Course.
10/3/00 -- Nick Faldo has drawn Darren Clarke in the first round of the Cisco World Match Play, which begans Thursday at Wentworth, England. Clarke became a father for the second time last week.
10/3/00 -- Spain's Sergio Garcia is the latest player to pull out of the Matchplay Championships in Melbourne, Australia. Garcia joins Tiger Woods, David Duval and Lee Westwood.
11/3/00 -- How streaky is this game of golf? I say that with a hint of obviousness because it IS!!! I know. I rode one of the lengthiest streaks in the world. I couldn't make a cut for the longest time during my professional days. Granted that's a bad one, but it's a streak nonetheless.
10/3/00 -- Dorothy Delasin has brought a new home in south San Francisco, compliments of her first LPGA season which brought her the Rookie of the Year title.
10/1/00 --Michael Campbell claimed his third European Tour title of the season without hitting a single shot on Sunday. Campbell won the Linde German Masters when the final round was cancelled due to rain.
10/1/00 -- David Duval didn't make the trip to Pine Mountain, Ga. just to compete. He came to Callaway Gardens Resort to win. And he did just that.
10/1/00 -- Seven weeks ago, Richard Johnson wilted on Sunday to hand Pat Perez the Buy.Com Ozarks Open. This week, Perez returned the favor.
9/30/00 -- Callaway Gardens may be a resort, but Jeff Maggert's not relaxing. Maggert saw his overnight four-shot lead cut in half on Saturday.
9/30/00 -- Pat Perez finish the third round at the Buy.Com Monterey Peninsula Classic right where he started - at 6-under-par. But thanks to the difficult Bayonet Course, the rookie added a shot to his overall lead.
9/30/00 -- Michael Campbell followed his Friday 64 with an equally impressive Saturday 65 to take a one-shot lead over Jose Coceres into the final round of the Linde German Masters.
9/29/00 -- For the second straight day, Jeff Maggert blistered Callaway Gardens' front nine. Then he made the turn. The winds changed, and so too did Maggert's movement on the Buick Challenge leaderboard.
9/29/00 -- There are a lot of little demons creeping around Padraig Harrington's head. A win at this week's Linde German Masters would go a long way in exorcizing them.
9/28/00 -- There may be no 'I' in team, but there is a 'me.' Such is relevant to Angel Cabrera and Jose Coceres.
9/28/00 -- Jeff Maggert won more money in a single event last season than he has in 22 starts this year. Not to say Maggert's had a dismal 2000; he's earned five top 10s and nearly $850K in cash.
9/27/00 --David Duval has had a lot of time to think about what might have been in 2000. What if he could have made just a few more putts earlier in the season? What if he had hit a 5-iron at the 13th, instead of the 6-iron that found Rae's Creek, Sunday at Augusta? What if his back nine could have mirrored his magnificent front nine in the final round at the British Open?
9/27/00 -- All of Europe's top names are in Cologne, Germany for this week's Linde German Masters. All except Darren Clarke.
9/27/00 -- No one wishes the Buy.Com season was already over than Jeff Hart. Since winning the Steamtown Classic in June, Hart has steadily slid down the money list.
9/25/00 -- It doesn't look like much of a match, this playing of the Solheim Cup. The United States appears too strong, the Europeans too stale...
9/25/00 -- Tiger Woods chatted and instructed youth from the city of Norfolk, Va., Sunday, telling them to, 'Practice. Work hard. Stay focused.'