Mercer Baggs

Editorial Staff

Mercer Baggs is the managing editor for GolfChannel.com. A graduate from the University of Georgia, he has been covering the sport, writing commentary and features for both on-air and online, since 1996. Baggs is a multiple award winner from the Golf Writers’ Association of America.

ARTICLES BY Mercer Baggs

  • 11/4/00 -- Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh - who have combined to win all four majors this season - will renew their budding rivalry in the final round at the East Lake Golf Club.

  • 11/4/00 -- Darren Clarke has already made enough money this year to buy a fleet of luxury automobiles. However, a win this week could provide the Ulsterman with a pair of Volvos.

  • 11/3/00 -- In one month, David Duval and Tiger Woods will be playing side-by-side as teammates at the WGC-EMC World Cup.

  • 11/3/00 -- Sweden's Pierre Fulke leads through two rounds of the Volvo Masters, but it's a handful of other names that are garnering most of the attention.

  • 11/2/00 -- Sweden's Pierre Fulke and Spaniard Jose Maria Olazabal each birdied two of their final three holes Thursday at Montecastillo to share the top spot through round one of the Volvo Masters.

  • 11/2/00 -- After incurring a number of moments in 2000 he would like to forget, Ernie Els is hoping this will be a week to remember.

  • 10/29/00 -- Gordon Brand, Jr. made one mistake on Sunday and it cost him a chance to win his first European Tour event in seven years. Instead, it was rookie Ian Poulter who stepped into the winner's circle for the first time at the Italian Open.

  • 10/29/00 -- James Joseph Waldorf, Jr. was anything-but a duffer Sunday at the National Car Rental Classic at Walt Disney World. Waldorf fired a flawless 10-under-par 62 to better 54-hole leader Steve Flesch by one shot

  • 10/29/00 -- Spike McRoy did it all on Sunday. He won the Buy.Com Tour Championship in record fashion. He captured first-place on the season-ending money list. And, most importantly, he collected his 2001 PGA Tour card.

  • 10/28/00 -- Tiger Woods spent the third round of the National Car Rental Classic at Walt Disney World chasing Steve Flesch. He didn't catch him, but he didn't lose any ground either.