Debate over metal spikes, Scott leads again, LPGA Championship a close battle

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The Elk, Steve Elkington is making a stand and says qualifying for the U.S. Open is not equal across the board. After entering a qualifier at the Lakeside Course in Houston, he decided not to play when management told him he couldn't wear metal spikes.… more »

World Golf Hall of Fame welcomes Marilynn Smith, Adams Golf claim #1 spot, Annika's form is baffling

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LPGA founder, Marilynn Smith, has been selected in the World Golf Hall of Fame. "I was surprised, humbled, overwhelmed and absolutely thrilled to get the call that I had been selected to receive this great honor from the World Golf Hall of Fame," Smith… more »

PGA's top 20 golfers, 13 Australasian's to play in the U.S. Open, Daly wins $130,000

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Check out the stats of the PGA's top-20 golfers. Wow, what about the charge from the men downunder. Another five have qualified for the U.S. Open, making a total now of 13. There must be something in the southern hemisphere water. John Daly has pic… more »

Michelle Wie misses top 18, Women's golf a hot ticket, Maarten Lafeber is heading to the U.S. Open

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So close again, but a valiant Michelle Wie misses out on her goal of a U.S. Open birth. "Obviously, I'm disappointed I didn't make it," she said. "I'm satisfied with the way I tried. I played my hardest out there." What an exciting time for women's g… more »

Golf carts and water don't mix, Bubba's all about the long game, A calmed down Carl Pettersson takes out the Memorial

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Remember all those times you have been fooling around in your golf cart. Maybe next time you will think twice. I don't know what these two were up to but accidents can happen. Bubba Watson can certainly smack the ball when he wants to. On Saturday at… more »

Mickelson and Couples in Memorial hunt, Annika a born leader, Tiger Woods will play

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Phil Mickelson and Fred Couples are buddies again near the top of the leaderboard at the The Memorial ... Annika Sorenstam and South Korea's Grace Park will lead the International and Asian teams in December's Lexus Cup ... The secret is out: Tige… more »

Jack V's Arnie II, Can Michelle Wie fix her game in time?, It's raining in Dublin

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We are used to hearing about the Nicklaus V's Palmer on course battles. Things have changed recently and the battle is now waged using their two tournaments as reference. Which one is viewd by the pro's as being better? If Michelle Wie finishes in the… more »

Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player will captain Presidents Cup, while Greg Norman lurks, Ivan Lendl's daughter has got game

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Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player bring some star power to the captains' seats of the 2007 Presidents Cup ... Greg Norman is looking ahead and lobbying to be named International captain for the 2011 President's Cup ... Ivan Lendl's daughter is startin… more »

Annika is enjoying life, golf-course robbery, Arnold Palmer moves work close to home

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Annika Sorenstam took some time to talk about things and she seems to be one content lady ... Why do they rob golf courses? Because that's where the money is ... Arnold Palmer wanted to be closer to work, so he moved his design company closer to hi… more »

Jack's enjoying life outside of tournament golf, Royal Sydney Course to hold reinstated Australian Womens Open, Els on his chances at Muirfield

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After 30 previous Memorial Tournaments, a relaxed Jack Nicklaus thinks it will be a pleasure not to play in this years event. "Have you seen me play lately?" Nicklaus cracked. Golf Australia administrator and former pro tennis player, Paul MacNamee a… more »

Colin Montgomerie desires worse-performing balls, golf with the crocs in Australia, Rick Martino gives some advice

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Colin Montgomerie appears to be the latest European golfer that's decided that it's not his game that stinks (seven missed cuts in nine events) it must be the equipment. Colin thinks the powers-that-be need to change the balls so chubby Brits can continu… more »

Jake's career time clock ticking, European Tour asks pro's to name their own fines, Tiger fighting grief to play at Winged Foot

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Will Peter Jacobsen's hip and knee replacements allow him to continue to play tour golf? European Tour Pro, Ian Poulter, believes that 5,000 pounds is sufficient punishment for telling a spectatator to, well, go away. He also wrote a letter of apology… more »

Jay Haas wins his first major title, Frenchy shoots Euro Tours first 59, Geoff Ogilvy dazzled by dinner at the White House

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After trailing by four shots overnight, Jay Haas shoots five successive birdies to win his first major title at the Senior PGA Championship. He had to fight it out in a tight playoff with Brad Bryant and had to wait until their third trip to the par-4 18… more »

Delta's courting golfers with low fares, David Howell's on Fire and Chuck Evans gets precise

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Delta Airlines is offering deals that should be of interest to traveling golfers ... David Howell is lighting up the BMW Championship. And Kevin Stadler missed the cut. Much to the chagrin of some dolt who picked the baby walrus to win ... All gol… more »

Michelle Wie skeptic now a believer, Seve Ballesteros keeps playing, Steven Ames' bro at the Quicksilver Golf Classic

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Michelle Wie is making a believer out of former skeptic Leonard Shapiro of the Washington Post... Don't look for Seve Ballesteros to hang it up any time soon. The Spaniard says he wants to play another 5 years... As Steven Ames takes a week off, hi… more »