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Clark: 'We're not going to just roll over and accept this'
FORT WORTH, Texas – Disappointed as he was by the news earlier in the day that the USGA and R&A would go forward with efforts to ban anchoring as of 2016, Tim Clark wasn’t all that surprised. “If there really was a ‘comment period,’ we all know it was al from Golf Week Read more »
Sorenstam returns to Colonial: 'memory for life'
Annika Sorenstam never noticed the famous Wall of Champions by the first tee. The last time she was at Colonial, there were so many people she couldn't see much beyond the grass in front of her. There was so much pressure on her that Sorenstam could bare from FindLaw: AP News Read more »
Vijay's lawsuit against the PGA Tour could have huge implications for his fellow pros
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- What a year this has been in the old shepherd's game. The fight over anchored putting! The real meaning of Rule 26-1(a)! Vijay's spraying habits! At every turn, words have been parsed and attorneys have been hovering. Lawyers r from Golf.com Read more »
Vijay Singh sues PGA Tour over doping case
have not seen the lawsuit, just the statement," PGA Tour spokesman Ty Votaw said. "We have no comment." PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Vijay Singh sued the PGA Tour on Wednesday, a week after his doping case was dropped, claiming it damaged his reputati from Lowell Sun Online Read more »
Woods can unofficially pass Snead with Masters win
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it – even if the PGA Tour doesn’t agree. According to the official record books, Woods’ total of 77 career wins places him five behind Sam Snead’s 82, but numbers alone don’t tell the entire story. Buried among the cum from Golf Channel Read more »