Callaway. Earnings were down 84%, the workforce was cut by 24%, and Steelhead woods are smaller and cheaper.
Andy Garcia. He won the 1997 Pebble Beach Pro-Am with an 18 handicap, so officials lowered his number to 11 in '98.
Florida Marlins pitcher Livan Hemandez's high-priced wheels. Hernandez traded his Ferrari for a less expensive Mercedes because his golf clubs didn't fit in the Ferrari's trunk.
Nick Faldo's entourage. Faldo parted with David Leadbetter and girlfriend Brenna Cepelak, who reportedly used a nine-iron to leave a lasting impression on Nick's Porsche.
The Still Haven't Won a Major Club. Mark O'Meara's wins left David Duval, Phil Mickelson and Colin Montgomerie as the most notable members.
John Huston's career. Huston cut 2.16 strokes off his average score, moved from 141st to 10th in earnings and smashed a 43-year-old scoring record in one of his two wins.
Augusta National. The Lords of Augusta added 25 yards to the 2nd hole and a forest of trees to the 15th in an attempt to make the world's most expansive course a bigger challenge.
The fame of South Korea's Se Ri Pak. Pak went from potential star to superstar with four wins, two of them majors.
Lawyer's fees. The USGA's decision to limit the so-called trampoline effect of clubs could mean a legal war with equipment makers.