Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic Changes Dates
3/14/02 -- The Greater Greensboro Classic is changing seasons. Played in the spring since it began
Norman names Nobilo as Presidents Cup assistant
the first time since 1998. Nobilo, 48, was born in Auckland, New Zealand, and won the PGA Tours 1997 Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic by defeating Brad Faxon in a playoff. He also owns two Sarazen World Opens and 14 wins worldwide. He played
Defending Champion Withdraws from GGCC
4/25/02 -- A vision problem forced defending champion Scott Hoch to withdraw from the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic .
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has made previous Golf Channel appearances as a guest analyst for the Sprint Pre/Post Game. The 1998 Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic champion also enjoyed five victories on the European Tour, was two-time New Zealand PGA champion and
Rocco Rock-Solid at Greensboro
4/28/02 -- Mediate battled his nerves and 30 mph wind gusts for a three-stroke victory over Mark Calcavecchia in the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic .
4/22/02 -- Scott Hoch entered last years Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic with a scowl and left with a smile.
Hoch Critical of Greensboro Course
Scott Hoch is concerned that the rough at the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic is not the same length as it has been in the past. It is the continuation of a trend on tour, he says, that he finds disturbing
Canadian Rookie Fires Course Record To Qualify For GGCC
Brad Fritsch of Manotick, Ont., shot a course record 7-under 65 Monday to qualify for this week's Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic . Fritsch carded one eagle, seven birdies, two bogeys and eight pars at Stoneycreek Golf and Country Club
Eye Trouble May Keep Hoch from Defending at GGCC
Tour player age 45 or older to record multiple wins in the same season, may miss his chance to defend his Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic title this week. The 10-time PGA Tour winner is experiencing depth perception problems in his right eye
Hoch Cracks Top-50 in World Golf Rankings
him 11 spots to 43rd in the latest World Golf Rankings. Hoch, 45, posted a one-shot victory at the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic for his ninth title in 22 years on the PGA Tour. No. 1 ranked Tiger Woods, who has been idle since capturing