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Magazine articles on golf.
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December 13, 2004
Dean Foust
How to Keep Duffers on the Fairway Unless golf changes its rules and marketing, it risks a steady drain of players. The number of rounds played by all golfers has declined, and equipment makers are struggling. Snazzy new clubs are just part of the only answer. mark for My Articles 734 similar articles
Sports Central
December 2, 2004
Ryan Ballengee
The Year That Was in Golf This past golf season was rather anticlimactic on all of the major Tours. mark for My Articles 616 similar articles
December 6, 2004
Mark Hyman
She Can Swing A Club, Too With rare exceptions, the ladies of the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour are not the sort of half-dressed hotties who fill the pages of laddie magazines. Then there's Natalie Gulbis. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Sports Central
November 11, 2004
Kevin Beane
The Rainy Forecast of American Golf The PGA Tour season has anticlimactically come to an end, goes the conventional wisdom ... and here we have yet another case where conventional wisdom is wrong. mark for My Articles 582 similar articles
Sports Central
October 23, 2004
Ryan Ballengee
King of the Links: How to Make Golf Exciting Even as a golf fan and commentator, I find the last few months of the golfing season to be incredibly tedious mark for My Articles 574 similar articles
PC Magazine
November 2, 2004
Jan Ozer
Get Your Golf Game On These products can help you identify and correct weaknesses in your game and are great values for you or your favorite golfer. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
Sports Central
September 25, 2004
Eric Poole
Lunchtime with Arnold Palmer He may have turned 75-years-old this month, but he still knows his way around a golf course, with or without his clubs. mark for My Articles 267 similar articles
Joe Sullivan
Think Right Wrist The focus is usually placed on the left arm during a chip shot. By focusing on your right wrist instead, distance control with your chip shots will improve immensely. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
Sports Central
September 14, 2004
Ryan Ballengee
Vijay's Well-Deserved Recognition Vijay Singh, in the midst of one of the best seasons in PGA Tour history, has officially usurped the world number one ranking from Tiger Woods, at his own tournament, nonetheless. mark for My Articles 228 similar articles
Sports Central
August 17, 2004
M. Edward Guest
The Revenge of the Tiger In 2005, Tiger Woods will have his best season since 2002 and may rival his dominance of 2000. Oh, and one more thing -- however lengthy the "streak," it ends at St. Andrews next July. mark for My Articles 450 similar articles
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