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ARTICLES BY Associated Press

  • 1/9/03 -- Nashville will not host an LPGA tournament event for the first time since 1987 after organizers failed to raise enough money from sponsors.

  • 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.

  • 1/8/03 -- A golfer eliminated from a qualifying competition complained that he missed a vital putt because of duck droppings.

  • 1/8/03 -- Signs leading to the Plantation Course at Kapalua remind everyone that the PGA Tour Starts Here.''

  • 1/8/03 -- Slow players are going to pay the price this year on the PGA Tour, and it won't just come from their bank accounts.

  • 1/3/03 -- One of the longest streaks in golf could be ending. Dating to his U.S. Open appearance in 1953

  • 1/2/03 -- Tiger Woods used a replica of the gutta percha golf ball during his practice round at St. Andrews.

  • 1/2/03 -- The owners of a ranch where a $600 million resort dedicated to Elvis Presley was to be located have dissolved the deal

  • 1/2/03 -- Protesters who intend to picket outside Augusta National Golf Club during the Masters.