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  • 12/19/02 -- The University of Minnesota is investigating allegations that members of the men's golf team received extra benefits in possible violation of NCAA rule.

  • 12/19/02 -- The University of Minnesota is investigating allegations that members of the men's golf team received extra benefits.

  • PGA Tour (75x100)JACKSONVILLE, Fla.

  • The group pushing for female members at Augusta National took its battle into cyberspace Tuesday with a Web site that vilifies corporations whose chief executives belong to the golf club.
     
    ''We think it is important for women

  • CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Developer Charles E. Fraser, whose vision helped transform Hilton Head Island from a sparsely populated sea island into a world-class golf resort, died Sunday in a boating accident. He was 73.

  • Tiger Woods became the first player in 30 years to win the first two legs of the Grand Slam, and even he concedes that 2002 in golf was the year of the woman.
     
    The only question: Which one?

  • The silly season is no longer just for fun.
     
    In the six weeks since the PGA Tour season officially ended at the Tour Championship, there have been 11 tournaments around the world with prize money topping $22 million.

  • Already one of the most pressure-packed events in golf, the PGA Tour qualifying tournament figures to be even more int

  • THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- With $200,000 on the line, Tiger Woods dug his feet in the bunker, waggled his sand wedge over the ball and was at the top of his swing when the silence was pierced by a nerve-racking noise he has come to despise.

  • Tiger Woods plans to spend part of the holidays in Sweden at the home of his girlfriend, Elin Nordegren, in a small town north of Stockholm.
     
    Some adjustments are in order for the world's No.