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Golf: Augusta's Johnson gets last (dumb) word
If he had kept quiet just a little while longer, if he had kept up the public posture that perhaps one day he and his members would relent on their all-male membership policy, Hootie Johnson easily would have come out in front of Martha Burk in their two-horse race about gender equality. (4/24/2003)

Golf Notebook: Sorenstam will find it rough vs. the guys
The decision by Annika Sorenstam to play in a PGA Tour event this season might sound like a nice idea for the LPGA Tour, where the Lady Tiger earns her living. (3/16/2003)

Golf Notebook: Sorenstam has shot to play Mystic Rock
Annika Sorenstam has indicated she would like to play in a PGA Tour event this year, just to see how she would fare against the best male players in the world. (2/9/2003)

Golf: Cranberry Highlands newest must-play municipal course
OK, so it's tough to beat Torrey Pines, which is in San Diego and sits on the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. And the Black Course at Bethpage (N.Y.) State Park has become a must-play for just about everybody after being refurbished and playing host to the 2002 U.S. Open. (8/18/2002)

Golf: Birdsfoot club matures at lawyer's farm in Freeport
When he bought some rolling farmland in Freeport in the 1950s, Alexander Lindsay, a Pittsburgh lawyer, discovered a lush green ground covered with yellow flowers. The perennial is known as birdsfoot trefoil. (7/28/2002)

Golf: Fuhrer Invitational plans purse increase (7/21/2002)
Golf: Sewickley's Oliver to skip defense of WGAWPC title (7/14/2002)
Mickelson's outlook is a major problem (6/23/2002)
Golf: Sunnehanna grows with the changes (6/2/2002)
Golf: Tiger catching detrimental for Tour players (5/26/2002)
Golf: Cryogenics procedure pushes pedal to metal (5/19/2002)
Golf: Berteotti newest pro on Mt. Lebanon staff (5/12/2002)
Golf: Mediate has hard time believing his rise (5/5/2002)
Golf Notebook: Schlachter mark noted by Jack (4/28/2002)
Golf Notebook: Proposed tour meeting major resistance (4/21/2002)
Hillmans involved in new Norman course (4/7/2002)
Golf: Clubs hire firms to attract members (3/31/2002)
Golf Notebook: New agreement makes state events more open (3/24/2002)
Golf: McDonald business had Chi Chi as client (3/10/2002)
Golf Notebook: Happ's grass is always greener (3/3/2002)

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