Champions resume with another major
The Champions Tour plays its third consecutive major this week with the 20th JELD-WEN Tradition.
Just WEN Baby
8/22/05 -- Unlike a big boxing match, the JELD-WEN Tradition is without a catchy headline. But if there was one, it would be: Unfinished Business.
Major Shoot-out at Major Finale
8/26/06 -- Bobby Wadkins and Lonnie Nielsen shared a one-stroke lead going into Sunday's final round of The JELD-WEN Tradition, the season's final major.
Wadkins Sole Leader at JELD-WEN
8/25/06 -- Bobby Wadkins birdied three of the last four holes to take a three-stroke lead Friday after the second round of The Tradition.
Stadler Wins JELD-WEN Tradition
8/29/04 -- Craig Stadler closed with four straight birdies in a 5-under-par 67 for a one-shot victory at the Tradition and his second major on the Champions Tour.
Champions Gear Up for a Major
8/13/07 -- week's JELD-WEN Tradition is the fourth of five Champions Tour majors, and the first event in two weeks.
Roberts Quigley to Reprise Duel
7/20/06 -- Loren Roberts has chosen just about every way possible to win tournaments on the Champions Tour. At the JELD-WEN Tradition in 2005, he did it in overtime against Dana Quigley.
Roberts Clips Quigley in Playoff
8/28/05 -- Loren Roberts earned his first Champions Tour win and his first major victory Sunday by defeating Dana Quigley on the second hole of sudden death.
Morgan Tewell Tied at Tradition
8/27/05 -- Overnight leader and two-time champion Gil Morgan parred his first 15 holes Saturday, but birdied two of his last three to earn a share of the 54-hole lead.
Quit Not in Players Vocabulary
By GEORGE WHITE8/25/04 - Gary Player is nearly 70 years old, and he's still going strong on the Champions Tour.