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The Week Oct. 17-23
October 30, 2000
?Ryder LiteThe Presidents Cup has half the excitement, half the attention and half the competition.
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October 30, 2000

The Week Oct. 17-23

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UP and Down

Cink-Triplett

Els-Singh

Ryder Cup

Presidents Cup

John Cook

Arnold Palmer

Solid balls

Wound balls

Jim Thorpe

Clavin Peete

?Ryder Lite
The Presidents Cup has half the excitement, half the attention and half the competition.

?Gator Aid
John Huston has won six times on Tour, and his victory in Tampa is his fifth in Florida.

?Green Giant
Karrie Webb, the first rookie to earn $1 million, becomes the first woman to hit $2M in a year.

?Little Leeway
Hale Irwin would've broken Trevino's record long ago if the Seniors played in Hawaii every week.

?Pad and Pencil
Padraig Harrington, denied a win in May for not attesting his card, signs off on a W in Spain.

? PGA

The U.S.'s 11-point margin of victory at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in suburban Washington, D.C., was the largest in the history of men's and women's pro team events....

Huston, who lives in Palm Harbor and has played the city's West-in Innisbrook Resort course more man 100 times, closed with a 65 to win the inaugural Tampa Bay Classic by three shots over Carl Paulson....

David Gossett, the '99 U.S. Amateur champ, advanced to the second stage of Q school. Hank Kuehne, who won the Amateur in '98, did not.

? LPGA

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