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June 23, 1997
?AIR SHARK: Greg Norman buys a $30 million 737. And you thought it was tough to get your dad a neat Father's Day gift?
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June 23, 1997

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?AIR SHARK: Greg Norman buys a $30 million 737. And you thought it was tough to get your dad a neat Father's Day gift?

? NIKE: The company's recently unveiled Tiger logo is a red-black-and-white oval with two directional arrows. "The oval shape is symbolic of both the globe and the golf swing plane."

?SPIKES: Approximately 20% of the U.S. Open field went spikeless.

? DAVIS LOVE III: On losing the '96 Open by three-whacking the 72nd green: "I'll never get over it." This from someone who employs a sports psychologist.

? HALE IRWIN: Old Open winners die hard. The Senior tour's major domo skipped the du Maurier Champions to tee it up with the kids.

? JOEL KRIBEL: Until he triple-bogeyed the 36th hole to miss the cut by one, the amateur had a shot at being low Stanford man in the Open.

?HECKLERS: Rowdy fans are verbally assaulting everyone from Norman to Montgomerie. The pros hate it, but sorry to say, they had better get used to it.

?ODDS: Before the Open, the chance of Woods's winning was 5 to 1. On marrying Princess Di: 1,000 to 1. At least the latter is still a possibility.

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