Two-timer: After Joe Ogilvie holed a 137-yard pitching wedge for a double eagle at the 489-yard, par-5 14th hole in the final round of last week's Nike Greensboro Open, "every hair on my body stood on end," he said. "I was one giant tingle." Ogilvie coasted home to become the sneaker tour's first two-time winner. He finished four shots ahead of runner-up Chris Zambri and six up on Spanish amateur sensation Sergio Garcia. Casey Martin, who must finish in the top 15 to earn a PGA Tour card, fell to 17th on the Nike tour money list. He has accepted a sponsor's exemption to next week's Quad City Classic.
French Disconnection: Colin Montgomerie (below), who refused to come unglued when heckled by fans at the U.S. Open, finally lost his head at last week's French Open in Guyancourt. After double-bogeying his 15th hole last Friday, Montgomerie slapped his putter to the ground in disgust. The head of the club came loose, and Monty, who would finish seven shots behind winner Sam Torrance, paired his last two holes putting with an eight-iron.
Fluff Cowan, Supermodel: The Professional Caddies Association has signed an endorsement deal with B.U.M. sportswear.
Into the Cup: Laura Davies was bummed to learn that her Friday tee time at the ShopRite LPGA Classic would mean missing the England- Colombia World Cup match. "I was depressed," Davies said. "But I had my cell phone on to my dad, who put the phone up to the TV so I could keep track of the match." England won 2-0 to advance to the second round, but Davies was eliminated when she shot 72-74 to miss the cut. Annika Sorenstam won her second straight start.
Dilfers Pickle: Maybe Trent Dilfer of the Tampa Bay Bucs was sore from patting himself on the back. After pronouncing himself an all-star of golfing QBs at the NFL Classic, Dilfer shanked his tee shot at the 15th hole on Saturday and made a double bogey, then fluffed a chip at 16 to make bogey. But the '97 champ birdied 18 to force overtime against Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brian Kincher, then birdied the same hole to win $30,000 and a DeVille, both of which he handed off to charity.
Tour Of Doody: Skip Kendall didn't skip the Western Open, but he had low expectations because he has been so busy as a new dad to his one-month-old son, Noah. "The last four weeks I've been burped on, pooped on, farted on, thrown up on and peed on," Kendall says. "Isn't that what life's all about?" He finished 17th to earn $33,000 in pin money.
Seeing Red: Nancy Lopez, on the last-place Cincinnati Reds: "I feel like writing them a letter and asking what the problem is now." Her husband, Ray Knight, was axed as the Reds' manager last year.
Teeny Error: Kelli Kuehne will miss this week's U.S. Open due to a rookie mistake. At a qualifier in Ann Arbor, Mich., the 21-year-old played a tee shot from outside the tee markers. She was hit with a two-stroke penalty and missed qualifying by one.