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ARTICLES BY Associated Press

  • 1/17/03 -- IMG founder and chairman Mark McCormack was in critical condition Thursday after having a heart attack.

  • 1/16/03 -- Jermaine Jackson of the Jackson 5 plans to open a $560-million casino resort in this U.S. Caribbean territory

  • 1/14/03 -- The PGA Tour doesn't need record scoring every week to drive home the point that 'These Guys are Good.'

  • 1/14/03 -- New Zealand golfer Michael Campbell plans to concentrate almost exclusively on the U.S. PGA Tour this season.

  • 1/14/03 -- Phil Tataurangi, winner of the U.S. PGA Tour's Invensys Classic in Las Vegas in October, plays in this week's New Zealand Open.

  • 1/14/03 -- Michelle Wie said she believes female golfers not only belong on the PGA Tour, but will one day dominate the sport.

  • 1/13/03 -- At the end of the 2000 season, a dozen Americans declined to take an eight-hour charter to Spain to play in a World Golf Championship

  • 1/10/03 -- By his own admission, Jack Gosch's front nine at the Sunrise Country Club earlier this week was nothing special.

  • 1/9/03 -- A Minnesota man might face a DWI charge after crashing his golf cart into his own car.

  • BOSTON -- Thomas H. Wyman, the former chairman and chief executive of CBS who resigned last month from the Augusta National Golf Club because of its all-male membership, died at age 73.