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March 09, 1998
March 09, 1998

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March 9, 1998

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Compiled By Gary B. Smith Edited by Kevin Cook

SquireVision: Gene Sarazen's review of the Golf Channel:
"They've got a lot of fellows teaching you how to play, and you
don't want to watch that."

This is an article from the March 9, 1998 issue Original Layout

Foreign Legions: Nearly a third of the players invited to
April's Masters are non-Americans.

Love Bugged: Davis Love III, after making travel and hotel
arrangements to play in the Nissan Open but forgetting to sign
up for the tournament: "I'm just a dumb ----."

Tough Start: Two-time U.S. Amateur champion Kelli Kuehne, now an
LPGA tour rookie, has a stroke average of 77.17 and official
earnings of $0. Kuehne has yet to make a cut as a pro.

Friday's Vijay Day: Singh has made 49 consecutive cuts, the
sixth-best such streak ever.

Why Ti? "No credible clubmaker will tell you that titanium makes
the ball go farther," says Britt Lindsay, technical director at
Golfsmith.

Ely's New Suit: "If Spalding wants to promote a new product, it
should do so using its own name and reputation, not ours," says
Ely Callaway, who sued Spalding over its newly announced
"Callaway specific" ball.

Bullish on Tiger: In the 10 days after word got out that
Electronic Arts had made a Tiger Woods video game, EA's stock
jumped 10%.

Casey's Road Rally? Casey Martin has endorsement contracts with
Nike, Spalding, Karsten and Hartford Insurance but no video game
yet.