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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | March 10, 2006
Four-time Bay Hill Invitational winner Tiger Woods added his name to the commitment list for next week's PGA Tour event, again cementing another strong field for host Arnold Palmer's annual spring fling. Woods, who has won four of his past five official stroke-play events worldwide, including last week's Ford Championship at Doral, took this week off in advance of Bay Hill. For now, he still resides at Isleworth, located just across the Butler Chain of Lakes from Bay Hill. "A week off, and you don't get many home games," he said Sunday night.
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | March 25, 2008
It was going to happen eventually. He simply couldn't win every time he teed it up (could he?) Still, it was somewhat remarkable yesterday morning when Australia's Geoff Ogilvy officially ended Tiger Woods' winning streak by wrapping up the rain-delayed CA Championship. Ogilvy shot a 1-under-par 71 to end the somewhat absurd talk of Tiger's perfect season, finishing at 17-under, one shot better than Retief Goosen, Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk. Woods started the day five back and finished fifth.
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August 14, 2004
Third round 8:40 a.m.: Roy Biancalana 8:50 a.m.: Woody Austin, Steve Flesch 9 a.m.: Tom Byrum, Ian Poulter 9:10 a.m.: Eduardo Romero, Robert Gamez 9:20 a.m.: Bo Van Pelt, Skip Kendall 9:30 a.m.: Colin Montgomerie, Todd Hamilton 9:40 a.m.: Shaun Micheel, Paul Azinger 9:50 a.m.: Craig Parry, Zach Johnson 10 a.m.: S.K. Ho, Jeff Coston 10:10 a.m.: Tiger Woods, Niclas Fasth 10:20 a.m.: Trevor Immelman, Nick O'Hern 10:30 a.m.: Bernhard Langer, David Howell...
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | March 10, 2006
Four-time Bay Hill Invitational winner Tiger Woods added his name to the commitment list for next week's PGA Tour event, again cementing another strong field for host Arnold Palmer's annual spring fling. Woods, who has won four of his past five official stroke-play events worldwide, including last week's Ford Championship at Doral, took this week off in advance of Bay Hill. For now, he still resides at Isleworth, located just across the Butler Chain of Lakes from Bay Hill. "A week off, and you don't get many home games," he said Sunday night.
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | March 25, 2008
It was going to happen eventually. He simply couldn't win every time he teed it up (could he?) Still, it was somewhat remarkable yesterday morning when Australia's Geoff Ogilvy officially ended Tiger Woods' winning streak by wrapping up the rain-delayed CA Championship. Ogilvy shot a 1-under-par 71 to end the somewhat absurd talk of Tiger's perfect season, finishing at 17-under, one shot better than Retief Goosen, Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk. Woods started the day five back and finished fifth.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2004
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Ever since the refurbishing was finished three years ago, Augusta National has been more mud hole than masterpiece in mid-April, drenched by torrential rains and stenched by a healthy dose of fertilizer. The stink caused last year by Martha Burk and her not-so-merry band of protesters was mild compared with the odor that permeated these hallowed grounds for most of the tournament. This year, the sights, sounds and smells of the 68th Masters, which begins today, are not quite the same.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | June 8, 2005
BETHESDA -- Much of the hoopla at this week's Booz Allen Classic at Congressional Country Club has centered on a field that boasts four of the top five golfers in the world: Vijay Singh, Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson and Retief Goosen. Adam Scott is ranked eighth and is the tournament's defending champion. At 6 feet, 170 pounds, he has the kind of good looks a Hollywood producer would drool over and the manners to sway any future father-in-law. But the 24-year-old Australian has been getting little buzz from fans and the media.
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By Bruce Berlet and Bruce Berlet,HARTFORD COURANT | September 7, 2004
NORTON, Mass. - Vijay Singh spent 2003 and the start of '04 focused on trying to supplant Tiger Woods as No. 1. But Singh's goal became an obsession that soon interfered with his play. He was more concerned with overtaking his archrival than concentrating on what had made him golf's hottest player. Enter Plan B. Forget about No. 1. Just keep spending countless hours on the practice range and putting green and win tournaments. Plan B has worked almost to perfection - with a little help from a change in his weakest link.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | June 27, 2004
POTOMAC - Adam Scott grew up watching fellow Australian Greg Norman become the No. 1 player in the world, and, as the Great White Shark's career slowed down, Scott began surrounding himself with many who had been associated with Norman. Before joining the PGA Tour, Scott started working with Norman's former coach, Butch Harmon, who at the time had Tiger Woods at the top of his client list. Scott recently hired Tony Navarro, Norman's old caddie. Now 23, Scott is on the verge of winning a tournament Norman won twice.
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June 18, 2006
On June 11, 2006, GEORGE D. HERGER; beloved husband of the late Billie M. Herget (nee Burt); devoted brother of Bruce Herget and his wife Glory; loving uncle of Eric, Adam, Scott, Lory, Karyn, Brandy and Alisa. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME, INC, 9705 Belair Road (Forge Road), on Monday from 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. where funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment Oaklawn Cemetery.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | June 8, 2005
BETHESDA -- Much of the hoopla at this week's Booz Allen Classic at Congressional Country Club has centered on a field that boasts four of the top five golfers in the world: Vijay Singh, Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson and Retief Goosen. Adam Scott is ranked eighth and is the tournament's defending champion. At 6 feet, 170 pounds, he has the kind of good looks a Hollywood producer would drool over and the manners to sway any future father-in-law. But the 24-year-old Australian has been getting little buzz from fans and the media.
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By Bruce Berlet and Bruce Berlet,HARTFORD COURANT | September 7, 2004
NORTON, Mass. - Vijay Singh spent 2003 and the start of '04 focused on trying to supplant Tiger Woods as No. 1. But Singh's goal became an obsession that soon interfered with his play. He was more concerned with overtaking his archrival than concentrating on what had made him golf's hottest player. Enter Plan B. Forget about No. 1. Just keep spending countless hours on the practice range and putting green and win tournaments. Plan B has worked almost to perfection - with a little help from a change in his weakest link.
SPORTS
August 14, 2004
Third round 8:40 a.m.: Roy Biancalana 8:50 a.m.: Woody Austin, Steve Flesch 9 a.m.: Tom Byrum, Ian Poulter 9:10 a.m.: Eduardo Romero, Robert Gamez 9:20 a.m.: Bo Van Pelt, Skip Kendall 9:30 a.m.: Colin Montgomerie, Todd Hamilton 9:40 a.m.: Shaun Micheel, Paul Azinger 9:50 a.m.: Craig Parry, Zach Johnson 10 a.m.: S.K. Ho, Jeff Coston 10:10 a.m.: Tiger Woods, Niclas Fasth 10:20 a.m.: Trevor Immelman, Nick O'Hern 10:30 a.m.: Bernhard Langer, David Howell...
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | June 27, 2004
POTOMAC - Adam Scott grew up watching fellow Australian Greg Norman become the No. 1 player in the world, and, as the Great White Shark's career slowed down, Scott began surrounding himself with many who had been associated with Norman. Before joining the PGA Tour, Scott started working with Norman's former coach, Butch Harmon, who at the time had Tiger Woods at the top of his client list. Scott recently hired Tony Navarro, Norman's old caddie. Now 23, Scott is on the verge of winning a tournament Norman won twice.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2004
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Ever since the refurbishing was finished three years ago, Augusta National has been more mud hole than masterpiece in mid-April, drenched by torrential rains and stenched by a healthy dose of fertilizer. The stink caused last year by Martha Burk and her not-so-merry band of protesters was mild compared with the odor that permeated these hallowed grounds for most of the tournament. This year, the sights, sounds and smells of the 68th Masters, which begins today, are not quite the same.
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By SAM SESSA | October 26, 2006
Hometown -- Baltimore Current members --Adam Scott-Wakefield, keyboards and vocals; Marshall Chapman, guitar; Paul Lewis, bass; Alex Rankin, guitar; Christian Stengle, drums Founded in --2001 Style --Southern rock, blues and soul Influenced by --Allman Brothers, Earth Wind and Fire, Marvin Gaye, the Band Notable --Chapman said Baltimore is a good home base for blues inspiration. Johnny Neel, who has played keyboards with the Allman Brothers, produced and played on Return, the band's debut album, which comes out in December.
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August 11, 2011
Dart hits McIlroy George Diaz Orlando Sentinel Got some darts? Might as well be throwing them to pick a winner in the PGA Championship. With his victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational last weekend, Adam Scott became the 10th different winner in the last 10 PGA events. And with Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods winless in that span, there's zero reason to trust their game over 72 holes. So, the envelope please: Rory McIlroy. He likes the weather hot and sticky, and that's just how it's going to be in Georgia this week.
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