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ARTICLES BY Associated Press

  • MIYAZAKI, Japan -' Tiger Woods is becoming annoyed by the calls for him to skip next year's Masters because of the all-male membership at Augusta National Golf Club.

  • The New York Times suggested in an editorial Monday that Tiger Woods skip the Masters next year because of the all-male membership at Augusta National Golf Club.

  • MIYAZAKI, Japan -' Tiger Woods hasn't changed his mind about playing at the all-male Augusta National Golf Club despite a New York Times editorial calling on him to skip the Masters.

  • SINGAPORE -- Former U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen won two skins worth $70,000 Sunday to top a four-player field in the inaugural Tiger Skins tournament.

  • 11/16/02 -- The Rev. Jesse Jackson plans to organize a protest at Augusta National Golf Club if it doesn't admit a female member before The Masters in April.

  • 11/18/02 -- The LPGA'S Takefugi Classic is leaving Hawaii for Las Vegas next year and raising its purse to $1.1 million.

  • 11/14/02 -- The PGA Tour will not visit Vancouver in 2003 after the Air Canada Championship was unable to find a new title sponsor.

  • 11/14/02 -- After months of uncertainty, the Greater Hartford Open has raised enough corporate money to run the tournament next year.

  • 11/11/02 -- Despite the controversy over its all-male membership that swirls well beyond the gates of Augusta National, chairman Hootie Johnson says the Masters will be played the second week of April, no matter what.

  • 11/8/02 -- The PGA Tour thought it finally found a permanent home for its annual awards presentation.