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ARTICLES BY Associated Press

  • 9/18/02 -- Even though they'll almost surely never play a professional round there, a handful of LPGA Tour players believe it's time for Augusta National to open its membership to women.

  • 9/15/02 -- Colin Montgomerie won't play in the Ryder Cup later this month unless his back improves dramatically.

  • 9/13/02 -- Augusta National chairman Hootie Johnson had heart surgery Friday and is expected to make a complete recovery.

  • 9/12/02 -- Players like Watson, Crenshaw, Kite, Lietzke and Zoeller were supposed to slow down Hale Irwin's dominance on the Senior Tour.

  • 9/11/02 -- Jesper Parnevik's golf game is in sad shape with the Ryder Cup quickly approaching, although not everything is in ruins.

  • 9/10/02 -- Sam Snead's record of 81 official PGA Tour victories increased by one Monday when the tour finally decided to count British Opens won before 1995.

  • 9/9/02 -- Colin Montgomerie will play in this week's Linde German Masters after being sidelined for two weeks with a back ailment.

  • 9/4/02 -- PGA Tour officials had hoped to be able to announce the 2003 schedule after its policy board meeting this week in Toronto, but with some sponsorship issues still unsettled, that could be pushed back again.

  • 9/4/02 -- A television cameraman died Tuesday in a forklift accident while taping the Shell's Wonderful World of Golf exhibition between Fred Couples and Mark Calcavecchia.

  • 9/4/02 -- Ryder Cup Captains Curtis Strange and Sam Torrance are doing what they can to pick up the pace - and reduce the gamesmanship - at the matches this year.