July 8-14

PGA
Quad City Classic, Oakwood Country Club, Coal Valley, Ill.
It's the Quad's final outing at Oakwood--in 1999 the event moves
to the TPC at Deere Run

LPGA
Jamie Farr Kroger Classic, Highland Meadows Golf Club, Sylvania,
Ohio
Scores are low at Highland, where '97 winner Kelly Robbins set a
four-round LPGA mark

Senior
Ford Senior Players Championship, TPC of Michigan (below),
Dearborn
The year's third Senior major revs players' motors with $2
million in prize money

Europe
Standard Life Loch Lomond, Loch Lomond Golf Club, Glasgow
It's a loch that top players will be looking ahead a week in
this tune-up for the British Open

PGA Tour
CASE FILE: CASEY VS. THE DAUNTING D.A.

The first name in Quad City golf is Donald Albert (D.A.)
Weibring. The five-time Tour winner, who went to Illinois State,
has collected three of his victories down in the road in Coal
Valley. Weibring may be the god of Quad, but he is hardly the
only player to take a liking to this tournament. The Quad City
Classic has had 12 first-time winners in its 26-year history,
including Weibring in 1979, Scott Hoch the following year and
Payne Stewart in '82. With most of the Tour's marquee names
populating the leader board at Loch Lomond, acclimatizing for
next week's British Open, sponsor's exemption beneficiary Casey
Martin might well sneak up on the leaders at the Quad.
GOLF CHANNEL, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 3 PM

LPGA
IT'S GOLF'S BEST TOURNAMENT BY FARR

The Jamie Farr Kroger Classic, a.k.a. the Klinger Kroger, always
attracts a mishmash of celebs to the Toledo area for a few days
of joking around, followed by 72 holes of serious golf. This
year Farr, who played the cross-dressing Klinger on TV's
M*A*S*H, was scheduled to cavort during Wednesday's pro-am with
Lee Meriwether of All My Children, Hill Street Blues alum Bruce
Weitz and Ron Masak of Murder, She Wrote. The real stars start
shining two days later when Se Ri Pak, Helen Alfredsson, Nancy
Lopez, Dottie Pepper and Karrie Webb go after the $120,000 first
prize.

Senior Tour
SENIOR PLAYERS LOVE THE SENIOR PLAYERS

Whoever wins in Dearborn will feel reborn, and with a silver
spoon in his mouth. With its $2 million purse including a
$300,000 check for the champion, the Ford Senior Players
Championship is one of the two most rewarding events on the
Senior schedule, along with November's Tour Championship.
Neither Hale Irwin nor Gil Morgan has won a Ford, but the smart
money says that one of those two will cruise into victory lane
on Sunday. The Senior Players has had 13 different winners in
its 15-year history.
ABC, SATURDAY, 1:30 AND 5 PM; SUNDAY, 5 PM

COLOR PHOTO: PGA TOUR [Dearborn's TPC of Michigan golf course]

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)