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Victory's Escape

At different points Yani Tseng and I.K. Kim were locks to win the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Then along came Sun Young Yoo.

Top Gun

Hunter Mahan vaults to a U.S.-best No. 4 on the World Ranking thanks to a solid Shell Houston Open win.

Love Story

Golf's not the only game in town at The Villages, the world's largest retirement community--but sometimes it seems that way.

The Lead

Will IBM's new female CEO spark change at Augusta National?


After Annika declines, the LET names Liselotte Neumann its Solheim captain.

Local Knowledge

Jesper Parnevik remains upbeat after injuring his hand in a boating accident.

Tour Talk

Hunter Mahan goes for two, Sun Young Yoo survives, Thorbjørn Olesen breaks out.


Metal spikes still have a home on the PGA Tour.


N.C. State hoops coach Mike Gottfried rates Alabama's Gulf Shores.


• The Champions Dinner is part of the tournament's pageantry -- Tim Rosaforte
• Less yardage is generating more business at one Los Angeles-area course -- John Strege
• For some perennial contenders NCAA postseason eligibility wasn't always assured -- Ryan Herrington
• A new Moe Norman memoir offers a revealing look at a complex man -- Adam Schupak
When it comes to golf's 'it' factor, winning's but part of the equation -- Bill Fields
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