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March 23, 1998
March 23, 1998

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March 23, 1998

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Jack's Back: First the Masters announced plans to honor Nicklaus
this year; then the USGA caved and granted him an unprecedented
special exemption to the next three U.S. Opens. One question
remains: Which birdbath at Augusta will be dedicated to Jack?

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Ready, Tiger? No player has had four rounds in the 60s in the

Strange View: Curtis says Casey Martin "would make a marvelous
club professional, one of which the PGA of America would be

Pak Light? LPGA rookie Se Ri Pak, whose Samsung contract pays
more than $1 million a year, has averaged $3,185 in four events.

Heavy Lifting: "I find going to the golf course is hard work,"
says Greg Norman. And a real job isn't?

World-beater: Doral winner Michael Bradley ranks 11th on the
World Money List, ahead of Greg Norman (33rd), Craig Stadler
(60th) and Paul Azinger (123rd).

Calling Sal Geiberger: No LPGA player has shot 59. The mark for
lowest round in a women's tour event, held by five players, is 62.