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July 25, 2006
Who do you think will win a major golf tournament first - Sergio Garcia or Chris DiMarco? While Sergio has the length and the game to win any tournament, his balky putter seems to be holding him back. Chris DiMarco's fine all-around game, along with his confidence and his competitive spirit, will help him break through first in a major. Jim Kirby Columbia I believe that Chris DiMarco has a better chance of winning a major. When the pressure was on, DiMarco kept hitting clutch putt after putt down the stretch in the British Open.
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July 25, 2006
Who do you think will win a major golf tournament first - Sergio Garcia or Chris DiMarco? While Sergio has the length and the game to win any tournament, his balky putter seems to be holding him back. Chris DiMarco's fine all-around game, along with his confidence and his competitive spirit, will help him break through first in a major. Jim Kirby Columbia I believe that Chris DiMarco has a better chance of winning a major. When the pressure was on, DiMarco kept hitting clutch putt after putt down the stretch in the British Open.
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By DON MARKUS and DON MARKUS,SUN REPORTER | April 6, 2006
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Phil Mickelson's popularity among golf fans didn't mushroom when he won the Masters two years ago. Even before that, he was viewed the way Arnold Palmer was a generation ago - the people's choice as much for his failures and foibles as for success in everything but major championships. It took his one-shot victory over Chris DiMarco, punctuated by a 20-foot birdie on the final hole and his much-replayed mini-leap, for Mickelson to end an 0-for-45 drought in majors. It took a subsequent one-shot win in last year's PGA Championship for him to show what happened here wasn't a fluke.
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By DON MARKUS and DON MARKUS,SUN REPORTER | April 6, 2006
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Phil Mickelson's popularity among golf fans didn't mushroom when he won the Masters two years ago. Even before that, he was viewed the way Arnold Palmer was a generation ago - the people's choice as much for his failures and foibles as for success in everything but major championships. It took his one-shot victory over Chris DiMarco, punctuated by a 20-foot birdie on the final hole and his much-replayed mini-leap, for Mickelson to end an 0-for-45 drought in majors. It took a subsequent one-shot win in last year's PGA Championship for him to show what happened here wasn't a fluke.
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May 23, 2003
Player GP-GS GB SH G A Pts. Michael Powell 15-15 44 116 31 31 62 Michael Springer 15-15 27 98 35 24 59 Sean Lindsay 14-14 8 70 31 7 35 Brian Crockett 15-11 14 49 20 10 30 Liam Banks 11-1 16 35 15 15 30 Brian Nee 15-14 15 70 22 6 28 Steve Vallone 12-12 6 49 20 4 24 Alex Zink 15-0 3 14 5 6 11 Greg Rommel 15-0 9 23 7 1 8 Jarett Park 15-8 74 20 4 3 7 Pat Hogan 15-0 10 27 6 0 6 Kyle Olson 14-0 4 10 3 1 4 Mike Smith 15-0 6 22 3 0 3 Dan DiPietro 15-15...
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July 20, 2002
Tee times(All times a.m.; a-amateur) Today Group 3:15 - Fredrik Andersson 3:25 - Bernhard Langer, Richard Green 3:35 - Ian Woosnam, Toru Taniguchi 3:45 - Sandy Lyle, Steve Elkington 3:55 - Peter Lonard, Trevor Immelman 4:05 - Phil Mickelson, Matthew Cort 4:15 - Jesper Parnevik, Toshimitsu Izawa 4:30 - Jim Carter, Jerry Kelly 4:40 - Roger Wessels, Paul Eales 4:50 - Stuart Appleby, Esteban Toledo 5 - David Duval, Greg Norman 5:10 - Justin Rose,...
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2002
The Tournament Players Club at Avenel will be a little quieter than some there anticipated for next week's Kemper Insurance Open. Tiger Woods isn't coming. After much speculation the past few weeks that the world's No. 1 player would make his first appearance in the Washington area since the 1997 U.S. Open at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Woods announced yesterday that he would skip Kemper to prepare for next month's U.S. Open on Long Island. Woods broke the news after finishing the second round of the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 23, 2002
Contrary to recently published reports that suggested Tiger Woods would likely make his first appearance at the Kemper Insurance Open next week, Woods said yesterday that he is still undecided. "It's 50-50," Woods said during a news conference at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. "I must see how it goes. Luckily I've got a great tee time in order to see how I feel. So I will have some time on Friday afternoon to see how my body feels." Woods has until 5:30 p.m. tomorrow to commit for next week's PGA Tour event at the Tournament Players Club at Avenel in Potomac.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 31, 2002
POTOMAC - He still has his fans, lining the fairways in their "Shark" hats and shirts. He still has his aura, emanating from his steely-eyed stare. And yesterday, in the opening round of the $3.6 million Kemper Insurance Open at the Tournament Players Club at Avenel, Greg Norman showed he had something else. His game. Playing in only his seventh tournament of the year and his first in more than a month, Norman shot a 4-under-par 67. His climb into contention - he was at 5-under and briefly tied for the lead - certainly helped spice up an otherwise drab leader board.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2001
POTOMAC - Chris DiMarco will never confuse the $3.5 million Kemper Insurance Open with the Masters or the Tournament Players Club at Avenel with Augusta National. Yet there was one undeniable similarity yesterday: DiMarco saw his name at the top of the leader board. In this case, DiMarco, 32, was sharing the marquee spot after the opening round with 1998 champion Stuart Appleby of Australia and tour rookie J. J. Henry at 6-under-par 65. They were being chased by a trio of journeymen - Bob Estes, Lee Porter and Frank Nobilo - who were at 5-under.
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May 23, 2003
Player GP-GS GB SH G A Pts. Michael Powell 15-15 44 116 31 31 62 Michael Springer 15-15 27 98 35 24 59 Sean Lindsay 14-14 8 70 31 7 35 Brian Crockett 15-11 14 49 20 10 30 Liam Banks 11-1 16 35 15 15 30 Brian Nee 15-14 15 70 22 6 28 Steve Vallone 12-12 6 49 20 4 24 Alex Zink 15-0 3 14 5 6 11 Greg Rommel 15-0 9 23 7 1 8 Jarett Park 15-8 74 20 4 3 7 Pat Hogan 15-0 10 27 6 0 6 Kyle Olson 14-0 4 10 3 1 4 Mike Smith 15-0 6 22 3 0 3 Dan DiPietro 15-15...
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July 20, 2002
Tee times(All times a.m.; a-amateur) Today Group 3:15 - Fredrik Andersson 3:25 - Bernhard Langer, Richard Green 3:35 - Ian Woosnam, Toru Taniguchi 3:45 - Sandy Lyle, Steve Elkington 3:55 - Peter Lonard, Trevor Immelman 4:05 - Phil Mickelson, Matthew Cort 4:15 - Jesper Parnevik, Toshimitsu Izawa 4:30 - Jim Carter, Jerry Kelly 4:40 - Roger Wessels, Paul Eales 4:50 - Stuart Appleby, Esteban Toledo 5 - David Duval, Greg Norman 5:10 - Justin Rose,...
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 31, 2002
POTOMAC - He still has his fans, lining the fairways in their "Shark" hats and shirts. He still has his aura, emanating from his steely-eyed stare. And yesterday, in the opening round of the $3.6 million Kemper Insurance Open at the Tournament Players Club at Avenel, Greg Norman showed he had something else. His game. Playing in only his seventh tournament of the year and his first in more than a month, Norman shot a 4-under-par 67. His climb into contention - he was at 5-under and briefly tied for the lead - certainly helped spice up an otherwise drab leader board.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2002
The Tournament Players Club at Avenel will be a little quieter than some there anticipated for next week's Kemper Insurance Open. Tiger Woods isn't coming. After much speculation the past few weeks that the world's No. 1 player would make his first appearance in the Washington area since the 1997 U.S. Open at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Woods announced yesterday that he would skip Kemper to prepare for next month's U.S. Open on Long Island. Woods broke the news after finishing the second round of the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 23, 2002
Contrary to recently published reports that suggested Tiger Woods would likely make his first appearance at the Kemper Insurance Open next week, Woods said yesterday that he is still undecided. "It's 50-50," Woods said during a news conference at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. "I must see how it goes. Luckily I've got a great tee time in order to see how I feel. So I will have some time on Friday afternoon to see how my body feels." Woods has until 5:30 p.m. tomorrow to commit for next week's PGA Tour event at the Tournament Players Club at Avenel in Potomac.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | August 18, 2001
DULUTH, Ga. -- David Toms came into the 83rd PGA Championship hoping to pick up enough points to move from 14th on the list of Ryder Cup contenders into the Top 10, securing a berth for next month's U.S.-Europe competition at The Belfry in Birmingham, England. Toms has seen his primary goal change in the past two days. Now he wants to win the first major championship of his career. "I feel good," said Toms, 34, whose 5-under-par 65 yesterday gave him a share of both the second-round lead and 36-hole tournament record of 9-under 131 with Shingo Katayama of Japan.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | August 18, 2001
DULUTH, Ga. -- David Toms came into the 83rd PGA Championship hoping to pick up enough points to move from 14th on the list of Ryder Cup contenders into the Top 10, securing a berth for next month's U.S.-Europe competition at The Belfry in Birmingham, England. Toms has seen his primary goal change in the past two days. Now he wants to win the first major championship of his career. "I feel good," said Toms, 34, whose 5-under-par 65 yesterday gave him a share of both the second-round lead and 36-hole tournament record of 9-under 131 with Shingo Katayama of Japan.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2001
POTOMAC - Chris DiMarco will never confuse the $3.5 million Kemper Insurance Open with the Masters or the Tournament Players Club at Avenel with Augusta National. Yet there was one undeniable similarity yesterday: DiMarco saw his name at the top of the leader board. In this case, DiMarco, 32, was sharing the marquee spot after the opening round with 1998 champion Stuart Appleby of Australia and tour rookie J. J. Henry at 6-under-par 65. They were being chased by a trio of journeymen - Bob Estes, Lee Porter and Frank Nobilo - who were at 5-under.
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