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The Sony Open survived the 2018 Hawaiian Missile Crisis, which means we can run this column this week. On with the frivolity! Read More
All it took was one week back on the bag to remind Jim ''Bones'' Mackay what he always loved about being a caddie. Read More
The Americans have won their past two international team competitions by a combined score of 38-22, but Rory McIlroy isn’t expecting another pushover. Read More
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Today in Golf

2/1/01 -- A professional beer-truck driver and guy who can't legally drive lead the way
2/1/01 -- Sophie Gustafson has been selected as the `Players' Player of the Year' for the 2000 season on the Evian Ladies European Tour
2/1/01 -- In anticipation of World No. 1 Tiger Woods, the Emirates Golf Club has been toughened up
2/1/01 -- Golfing legend Paul Runyan is recuperating from surgery Wednesday on a broken kneecap, which resulted from a fall in his Palm Desert home
2/1/01 -- Things went off without a hitch for Tiger Woods on a majestic Thursday at Spyglass Hill.
2/1/01 -- One day after hyperextending his knee during a freak incident, golfer Tiger Woods has teed off at the opening round
2/1/01 -- Dean Robertson continued his good play early this season, shooting a 7-under-par 65 in the first round of the Heineken Classic
2/1/01 -- American Bruce Vaughan shot a 7-under-par 65 Thursday to take a one-shot lead through the first round of the Dimension Data Pro-Am
1/31/01 -- When golf's messiah walks by, you're supposed to part like the Red Sea for Moses. Such was not the case
1/31/01 -- Players from the Ladies European Tour will have another country to play in this year.
1/31/01 -- Defending champion Tiger Woods hyper-extended his left knee just after completing his practice round Wednesday afternoon.
1/31/01 -- The BUY.Com Tour is changing venues for its season-ending Tour Championship.
1/31/01 -- It's borderline 45-degrees in Pebble Beach, Calif., but you'll get no complaints from the players.
1/31/01 -- Jaime Ortiz-Patino, the owner of Valderrama golf course in southern Spain, was named the new president of the PGA of Europe.
1/31/01 -- Advance Publications Inc. is the new owner of the popular Golf Digest magazine.
1/31/01 -- Bill Blighton, who covered the PGA Tour for several British newspapers, died Tuesday of a heart attack.
1/31/01 -- Jack Lemmon will not make his 27th appearance at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am this week.
1/30/01 -- Former world No. 1 Greg Norman is calling for the world's best players to be tested for drugs.
The PGA Merchandise Show is over. Now it's time to get down to business.
1/30/01 -- Imagine a guy consistently bombing 300-yard tracers and then making every putt in sight. Tiger Woods? No, Mark Calcavecchia.

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