12/11/02 -- David Toms split fairways with his drives and tossed iron shots at the pins Tuesday as he got his first look at one of Mexico's plushest courses.
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.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Suzy Whaley hired Peter Jacobsen Productions to represent her. Whaley has entered July's Greater Hartford Open, where she will become the first woman to qualify for and play in a PGA Tour event.
12/7/02 -- Annika Sorenstam, coming off one of the most spectacular seasons in LPGA Tour history, is Sweden's top athlete for 2002.
12/8/02 -- Peter Lonard won his second Australian Masters title after a three-way playoff.
12/7/02 -- The New York Times has decided to publish revised versions of two sports columns on the Augusta National Golf Club's men-only membership policy that editors previously rejected.
12/7/02 -- Australia's Adam Scott shot a 3-under-par 69 on Saturday.
12/6/02 -- Australia's Steve Collins shot his second straight 4-under 68 in rainy and windy conditions.
12/5/02 -- Ernie Els has been named the European tour's player of the year.