10/8/00 -- The 4th biennial Presidents Cup matches get underway Oct. 19th at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Lake Manassas, Va., where the United States will once again be looking to use the home course to their advantage.
10/8/00 -- David Toms defeated Mike Weir in sudden-death at the Michelob Championship in Williamsburg, Va. Toms sank a five-foot par putt on the first extra hole to capture his fourth-career PGA Tour title, and secure a spot at the season-ending Tour Championship.
10/8/00 -- After five-career runner-up finishes on the Senior PGA Tour, Jim Thorpe is finally a champion. Thorpe fired a 7-under-par 65 to capture The Transamerica by three strokes over Bruce Fleisher, who also shot a Sunday 65.
10/7/00 -- Jim Thorpe and Jesse Patino each overcame slow starts with strong finishes to share the lead entering the final round of The Transamerica.
10/7/00 -- Darkness officially gets the blame for suspending semi-final play at the Cisco World Match Play championship, but rain was the true culprit Saturday in Surrey, England.
10/7/00 -- Mike Grob used a strong finish to maintain his lead at the Buy.Com New Mexico Classic. Grob birdied three of his final four holes to take a one-shot advantage over Jason Gore into the final round in Santa Ana, NM.
10/7/00 -- Bradley Hughes couldn't have started any worse, or finished much better than he did on Saturday. Leading by three strokes as the day began, Hughes bogeyed his first four holes, but birdied four of his last five to maintain a one-shot lead over three others at the Michelob Championship
10/6/00 -- Bradley Hughes was desperate. His PGA Tour card in jeopardy. He tried everything he could think of to turn around his game. Then, two weeks ago he switched golf balls.
10/6/00 -- Mike Grob takes the lead into the third round of the Buy.Com New Mexico Classic. At 9-under-par, Grob is one-shot clear of Fran Quinn.
10/6/00 -- Darren Clarke survived a scare from a three-time Masters winner, but he couldn't get past the reigning Augusta champion.
10/6/00 -- Eighteen players are within two shots of the first-round lead at The Transamerica in Napa, Ca. Leading the way are Hugh Baiocchi, John Mahaffey, Jim Colbert and Jesse Patino, each of whom shot rounds of 6-under-par 66.
10/5/00 -- Four players share the 18-hole lead at the Buy.Com New Mexico Classic. Mike Grob, Chris Couch, Scott Peterson and Bo Van Pelt each carded 4-under-par 66s to share the top spot after round one at the Santa Ana Golf Club in Santa Ana, NM
10/5/00 -- Padraig Harrington, Sergio Garcia and Retief Goosen all advanced into the second round of the Cisco World Match Play at the Wentworth Club in Surrey, England.
10/05/00 -- Well, it's been almost a month since Tiger Woods won a golf tournament. He hasn't played in almost a month, of course. Not since the Bell Canadian Championship has the golfing world found a reason to go into hysterics...
10/5/00 -- J.P. Hayes has never won the Michelob Championship, yet he still has quite a fondness for the Kingsmill Golf Club's River Course.
10/10/00 -- Let's say you want to hold a golf tournament during October. Let's say it isn't in America. Let's say it is in, say, Scotland or England. In trying to line up players, you are hit in the face with one rather unpleasant fact
10/4/00 -- European Solheim Cup captain Dale Reid defended her selections, which didn't include Scotland's Catriona Matthew, as high winds and heavy rains limited practice.
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.
10/4/00 -- Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer will officially open their golf course, the King and the Bear, at World Golf Village Nov. 15 with an 18-hole exhibition.
10/4/00 -- One year ago, Notah Begay captured his second PGA Tour title of the season by defeating Tom Byrum in a playoff at the Michelob Championship. Since then, the two have been traveling down entirely different paths.