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Golden Touch

Three First Tee students experience a legend up close

Quiet Please!

News and notes from the final stage of Q school

No Sweat

Someone forgot to tell Rickie Fowler that Q school is supposed to be difficult

Tour Insider
Quiet Please!

Tim Rosaforte checks in from the Tour Championship, where he relays Tiger's view from the sidelines, Kenny Perry's memories of Payne Stewart, and Jim Furyk's take on bye weeks

The Front Nine

Earth shattering answers to the all-important critical questions facing the world of golf ...

All Heart At The Honda

Both Y.E. Yang and Erik Compton showed resolve at the Honda Classic. But as Mark Soltau explains, the context was different

Yang Breaks Through For First Win

After leading all day and then bogeying the 15th and 17th holes, Y.E. Yang held on for a one-stroke victory over John Rollins

Yang Is Calm And Steady

With only one birdie and one bogey on his card, Y.E. Yang fired a third-round even-par 70 and holds a one-stroke lead over Jeff Klauk and Jeff Overton

Yang Leads Pack

After a bogey-free round of 65, South Korean Y.E. Yang holds a one-shot lead over three halfway through at PGA National

Langer Collapses, Morgan & Jenkins Lead

When Bernhard Langer collapsed late on the back nine, Gil Morgan and 61-year old Tom Jenkins took advantage to grab the lead

Goodes Is Golden

Mike Goodes who was a Monday qualifier until ths season, held off Fulton Allem with a birdie on 18 to win his first Champions Tour event

Pate and Langer Lead By Two

Jerry Pate and Bernhard Langer both fired eight-under 64s and share a two-stroke lead heading into the weekend

Tiger and Earl

An Unbeatable Combination at Torrey Pines--and in Life

Cool Confidence Under Pressure

After rallying from one-stroke down with two holes to go to get in a playoff, Annika defeated Paula Creamer on the first extra hole to take the Stanford Int'l pro-Am title

Putting Struggle For Annika

Annika battled a balky putter, managing only one birdie from the club, but it was good enough for a one-stroke lead after the third round of the Stanford Int'l Pro-Am

Lookout Behind You

After firing a four-under par 67, Annika Sorenstam is one-stroke off the lead at the halfway point of the Stanford Pro-Am

"Silly Tough", Said Annika

Creamer shares lead, Sorenstam a shot back at challenging Stanford International

Tour Insider: Norman and Finchem Mend Fences

If you were at the news conference in Palm Beach Gardens on Tuesday you just might have come away thinking the past really is the past

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