Dave Shedloski

Recent Works

  • While Tiger Woods was back home training, his fellow players were wondering if he was sending a message to former sponsor Accenture.
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    Curious Timing

    Tiger Woods' decision to hold a press conference in the middle of the Match Play Championship caught some of his fellow players' attention
    February 16, 2010
  • Cherokee CC is familiar territory to Stricker, who revamped his game with hard work in 2005.
    Profile

    Discovery Channel

    In the solitude of a practice bay near his beloved Wisconsin home, Steve Stricker rebuilt his swing and his focus, foundations for his newly acquired status: second-best player in the world
    February 15, 2010
  • "As soon as you make your first double bogey after (winning a major), you go back to feeling pretty ordinary again," Cink said. "I have to say, I've been feeling very ordinary lately."

    Thoughtful Approach

    While still savoring his win at Turnberry, Stewart Cink has already given ample consideration to ways he could improve
    February 2, 2010
  • PIN TO WIN: After his chip on No. 18 Sunday struck the flagstick, Palmer reacted with a pre-triumph tumble, which was followed by his short winning birdie putt.

    Fall Guy

    Ryan Palmer, twice a winner in autumn, catches a 72nd-hole break to capture the Sony Open over Robert Allenby for his third PGA Tour title
    January 19, 2010
  • Tiger Woods is still the center of attention at the SBS Championship even though he isn't there.

    Out Of Sight, Still In Mind

    The PGA Tour's top star isn't at the season-opening event, yet Tiger Woods remains the most talked about topic
    January 5, 2010
  • Dr. William Powell prevailed against racism to build, own and operate Clearview Golf Club.

    Goodwill Ambassador

    Dr. William Powell's legacy will be more than the golf course he built, but the example he set
    January 4, 2010
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    No. 10 -- Young Guns

    December 6, 2009
  • Despite this year's disappointment, tournament Randy Watkins is hoping for another standalone date for next year's Viking Classic.

    Viking Classic Field Reimbursed

    As the Viking Classic deals with the fallout from a canceled tournament, organizers have distributed a $4,000 stipend to players
    November 2, 2009
  • READY, WILLING AND ABLE: Since turning pro after helping lead the U.S. to a Walker Cup victory, Fowler has posted a T-7 and a T-2 in two PGA Tour starts.

    Kid Cool

    Unfazed by a washout in Mississippi, 20-year-old Rickie Fowler remains focused on his late-season bid for a card
    November 2, 2009
  • Birdies And Bogeys

    October 8, 2009
  • all-around athlete: Lyon was a standout in baseball, cricket, tennis and the pole vault but didn't play golf until a friend urged him to give it a try at 37.

    Old Gold

    This week marks the 105th anniversary of golf's only true Olympic moment, when a little known Canadian medaled at Glen Echo CC near St. Louis
    September 14, 2009
  • defining an era: Palmer, with Tip Anderson on his bag, came up short in his bid to win the third leg of the modern Grand Slam at St. Andrews in 1960 but was already on his way to iconic status.

    What He Means To Me

    As Arnold ­Palmer ­celebrates his 80th ­birthday, ­players past and ­present ­discuss the King's ­importance to them and the game
    September 7, 2009
  • monumental view: Built on a former landfill, Barclays host ­Liberty National GC offers views of the namesake statue.

    Third Time Charmed?

    Tweaked to keep the Tour Championship relevant, the playoff run is underway
    August 24, 2009
  • Ernie Els has had plenty to celebrate this week, despite closing his third round with three straight birdies.
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    Signs Of Life

    Ernie Els may be too far back to contend for the PGA Championship. But it has still been an encouraging showing for a player working his way back
    August 14, 2009
  • hail to the victor: Song, who was born in Michigan, but lives in Korea, became the first woman since 1988 to win two USGA events in one year.

    'It's Breathtaking'

    USC soph Jennifer Song joins elite company when she follows her WAPL title with a U.S. Women's Amateur win in St. Louis
    August 10, 2009
  • change for the better: Van Pelt's failure to close out tournaments was getting him down, but adjustments to his game prior to Milwaukee boosted his confidence and set up his first tour victory.

    Extra Sweet

    Bo Van Pelt ends years of frustration with a playoff victory in Milwaukee
    July 20, 2009
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    A Week Like No Other

    Tiger. Phil. Sergio. Sept. 11. Bethpage. Why the first People's Open still shines
    June 8, 2009
  • worth the wait: Eleven years since winning an event on the Nationwide Tour, Allen was unflappable at difficult Canterbury, becoming just the fourth man to snare a major title in his senior debut.

    First Impressions

    After 334 PGA Tour starts journeyman Michael Allen needs exactly one Senior PGA Championship to be a winner again
    May 25, 2009
  • That's all, folks: Johnson's 10-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole netted him his second victory of 2009 and sixth of his PGA Tour career.

    Steady As He Goes

    Zach Johnson follows a third-round 60 with a steely close, good enough to retain the Valero Texas Open title in a playoff
    May 18, 2009
  • Phil Mickelson's hopes of a second Players Championship might have drowned in the water on the 16th hole.

    Birdies And Bogeys

    An unscientific breakdown of the day's highs and lows
    May 6, 2009
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