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  • What they said: Steve Elkington  By : abadam
    MORE INTERVIEWS: AT&T National transcript archive

    Q. Steve, showing some game here with a 65. The last six starts on the PGA TOUR have been a missed cut or a withdraw, so where did this come from?
  • Essential Components Associated with Golf Fitness  By : Brashear Mario
    There are 4 main physical needs golfer requirements in order to graduate in order to a greater, much more constant degree associated with play.
  • Tournament distributes $830,000 to local charities  By : samjack
    AKRON, Ohio — Forty-three charities throughout the Northeast Ohio area benefited from more than $830,000 from the 2009 World Golf Championship-Bridgestone Invitational, as representatives from Bridgestone Americas, Inc., the PGA TOUR and Northern Ohio Golf Charities gathered today to celebrate the donations at the annual Bridgestone Invitational Northern Ohio Golf Charities Luncheon.
    Grant recipients in attendance included: Here’s Hope Horse Farm; Akron General Development Foundation, Edwin Shaw
  • Westwood knocking on the door again, but can he finally open it?  By : samjack
    PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Almost all signs point to Lee Westwood not winning THE PLAYERS Championship.
    • He’s 0-for-America in the last 12 years.
    • An Brit hasn’t won this tournament in more than two decades.
    • He’s 0-for-51 in major championships and while this isn’t a major, it’s a major deal.
    • Seventeen of the 28 winners of THE PLAYERS Championship have trailed going into the final round.
    • He’s Lee Westwood and this is what he does. He teases us. He tempts us. He’s lures us in with the char
  • Slocum has drama on and off the course  By : samjack
    PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, just after the stroke of midnight, Heath Slocum’s wife Victoria woke up in as much pain as he’d ever seen her.
    And that includes during the birth of their two children.
    "She’s tough, and when she says I can’t take it anymore … I knew she was in a lot of pain," Slocum said after finishing off a 72 in the third round of THE PLAYERS Championship.
    Turns out, the nagging pain in her lower back that Victoria had been experiencing — and d
  • Attractive Player Management facility through Price Per Head Solutions  By : ashjeny
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  • Is Tiger just teasing us, or is the 65 for real?  By : abadam
    Thank you for the support of my has been, I think in the following days I will do better and look forward to in the later days can still see your comments!
  • The Foursome, Quick 18, Stock up/down and more  By : abadam
    Thank you for the support of my has been, I think in the following days I will do better and look forward to in the later days can still see your comments!
  • Weather headache for US PGA Tour organisers  By : abadam
    Hurricanes, earthquakes, lightning, slow play, burrowing moles – Mark Russell has had to contend with a wide range of obstacles in his role as a tournament director for the US PGA Tour.
  • Bradley enjoys benefits of his Major success  By : abadam
    Keegan Bradley, the surprise winner of this month’s US PGA Championship, is still getting used to his new status as a Major winner.
  • Ryder Cup – McGinley happy to wait on Cup captaincy  By : abadam
    Paul McGinley has said it is an honour to be linked with the 2014 Ryder Cup captaincy but he will not go looking for it.
  • Donald has found killer instinct  By : abadam
    World number one Luke Donald’s killer-instinct has emerged and will lead him to a first Major title in 2012, his brother and former caddie Christian said before the Andalucia Masters at Valderrama.
  • Watney has pole position  By : abadam
    Nick Watney starts the race for the $10 million FedExCup play-offs prize from the pole position as overall points leader heading into the opening round of The Barclays at Plainfield Country Club.
  • Young versus old looms at The Barclays  By : abadam
    Young guns and old sharpshooters will square off to get the upper hand in this year’s FedExCup play-offs in The Barclays.
  • Frazar shares early lead at Barclays  By : abadam
    Harrison Frazar fired a 64 and fellow-Americans Matt Kuchar and William McGirt matched him at seven-under to lead the weather-hit first round of The Barclays, the opening tournament of the FedExCup play-offs.
  • Geiberger duplicates dad's feat, wins Chrysler  By : samjack
    GREENSBORO, N.C. – When it was over, after Brent Geiberger made his final putt, he finally got to talk to his father, Al, about their latest achievement.

    They’re the first father-son duo to win the same tournament on the PGA Tour.

    “To be able to put my name on the trophy with him, and put myself right up there with him means a lot,” Brent Geiberger said.

    He finished with a final-round 66 on Sunday for an 18-under 270 and cruised to a two-shot victory in the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro. For
  • Solomon: Thrilling U.S. Open increases Tiger's legend  By : samjack
    SAN DIEGO — For all the greatness Tiger Woods has shown over the years, this he was not supposed to be able to do.

    Two months after undergoing knee surgery, Woods’ rehab had not reached the point where he could practice. Or bend over to read a putt. Or walk the length of a golf course.

    Or even play a round of golf, let alone a competitive round of golf in the tense, challenging environment of a major championship.

    On this gorgeous weekend, Tiger Woods was not supposed to be Tiger Woods.

    Yet
  • Solomon: Thrilling U.S. Open increases Tiger's legend  By : samjack
    SAN DIEGO — For all the greatness Tiger Woods has shown over the years, this he was not supposed to be able to do.

    Two months after undergoing knee surgery, Woods’ rehab had not reached the point where he could practice. Or bend over to read a putt. Or walk the length of a golf course.

    Or even play a round of golf, let alone a competitive round of golf in the tense, challenging environment of a major championship.

    On this gorgeous weekend, Tiger Woods was not supposed to be Tiger Woods.

    Yet
  • Woods wins sudden-death thriller at U.S. Open  By : samjack
    SAN DIEGO — When Rocco Mediate left Torrey Pines, he had nothing left.

    He had given the golf course, the roaring gallery on the national championship stage and the world’s best player everything he had.

    It wasn’t enough.

    Tiger Woods ended Mediate’s bid to become the oldest player to win the U.S Open on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff Monday.

    Mediate could have walked away with so much more had it not been for Woods, who despite playing on a badly hurting left knee birdied the 72nd h
  • Woods wins sudden-death thriller at U.S. Open  By : samjack
    SAN DIEGO — When Rocco Mediate left Torrey Pines, he had nothing left.

    He had given the golf course, the roaring gallery on the national championship stage and the world’s best player everything he had.

    It wasn’t enough.

    Tiger Woods ended Mediate’s bid to become the oldest player to win the U.S Open on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff Monday.

    Mediate could have walked away with so much more had it not been for Woods, who despite playing on a badly hurting left knee birdied the 72nd h
  • '09 Chevy Traverse: Stylish aero body, seats 8  By : samjack
    THINGS are shaping up for
    Chevrolet in the world of three-row people-movers. The 2009 Traverse (pronounced truh-vurs) joins its General Motors platform cousins — GMC Acadia, Buick Enclave and Saturn Outlook — as a large-midsize crossover-vehicle that’s practical, stylish and a capable performer.

    The Traverse goes on sale this fall with a starting price of $28,990 for the base 2WD LS model. It’s also offered in mid-line LT and top-line LTZ models, as well in 2WD and 4WD configurations.

    This cro
  • Retirement developers cater to active baby boomers  By : samjack
    They embark on kayaking trips or go hang gliding with their friends, learn conversational Spanish in a state-of-the-art facility or boogie the evening away to disco-era hits.

    If you think this is summer camp for teenagers, or events at a local college, think again.

    These options and countless others are emerging in active adult living communities across the U.S., which are filled with residents 55 and older who want to stay active and healthy.

    As 78 million baby boomers approach retirement, d
  • Researchers evaluating new cancer treatment  By : samjack
    NEW YORK — Ed Pulido joined the Army at 18 and spent 19 years in uniform. He lost his left leg four years after being wounded by a roadside bomb in Baqouba, Iraq. And when he was discharged in 2005, with a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart, he decided to the devote the rest of his life to work with a foundation helping the families of veterans who have been wounded or killed.

    But he had one problem, he said: “how to initiate the contacts with corporate leaders, to be able to fundraise and to netwo
  • Zoysia grass works well in light shade  By : samjack
    DALLAS — Zoysia grass, introduced into the United States from China in 1895, grows well in lightly shaded areas. It’s fairly drought-tolerant, similar to Bermuda. And it handles wear and tear. It needs half the fertilizer of Bermuda, and its cold tolerance is very good. When properly taken care of, it makes a beautiful lawn.

    “If you want something that grows in shade, is drought- and wear-tolerant, zoysia will come the closest,” says Dr. Jim McAfee, Texas AgriLife Extension Service turfgrass sp

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