July 29-Aug. 4

PGA
Federal Express St. Jude Classic, TPC at Southwind, Memphis
Ernie Els withdrew, leaving the limelight expressly to David
Duval and Justin Leonard

LPGA
Du Maurier Ltd. Classic, Essex Golf and Country Club (below),
Windsor, Ont.
Se Ri Pak and Annika Sorenstam square off in Canada at the
year's last major

Senior
Utah Showdown, Park Meadows Country Club, Park City
Hale who? Dave Stockton has broken par 15 times in 15 Senior
rounds at Park Meadows

Europe
Volvo Scandinavian Masters, European Tour Club, Stockholm
Colin Montgomerie, Jesper Parnevik and six other European Ryder
Cuppers set the pace

PGA Tour
WHEELS COME OFF FOR FEDEX MEN

Three recent FedEx winners are missing in transit. Defending
champ Greg Norman is on the shelf, rehabbing after shoulder
surgery. Jim Gallagher Jr., who looked as if he had the whole
package while winning here in 1995, has plummeted to 120th on
the money list. Dicky Pride, the '94 victor, has been bouncing
around the PGA and Nike tours, missing 13 cuts in 16 PGA Tour
starts and earning only $18,428 this year. If any former FedEx
king can rebound at Southwind, Nick Price is the man. The '93
champ, still smarting from a third-round 82 that canceled his
hopes at the British Open, flies to the FedEx determined to
deliver on Sunday.
CBS, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 4 PM

LPGA
SE RI'S THIRSTING FOR A MAJOR THREE-PAK

By winning four tournaments--including two majors--in two
months, Se Ri Pak has become the biggest star in golf. Now the
20-year-old rookie sets her sights on becoming the first woman
since Pat Bradley in 1986 to win three majors in a year. Betsy
King won two majors in 1990, but came up Canada dry at the du
Maurier. Meg Mallon had two majors under her belt as she headed
north in '91, but she went south at the du Maurier. A third
major title by Pak in her season of seasoning would make her
three times as major as Tiger Woods, if not nearly as rich.
ESPN, SATURDAY, 1:30 PM; SUNDAY, 2 PM

Senior Tour
STOCKTON SHOOTS FOR A TREY IN UTAH

Two-time champ Dave Stockton sports a spiffy 67.9 average in
five outings at Park Meadows, where he won in 1993 and '97. Last
year's Senior stop in Utah saw ZZ atop the leader board as
Kermit Zarley and Larry Ziegler made Zorro-like charges, but
Stockton got the check with the most zeros after he birdied
three of the last four holes to stretch to six his run of Senior
campaigns with at least one victory. Now the 1970 and '76 PGA
winner aims to break his '98 winless streak, set a new Park
benchmark and become the second most famous Stockton in Jazz
country.
ESPN, SATURDAY, 5:30 PM; SUNDAY, 6 PM

COLOR PHOTO: JOELLE STEER [Essex Golf and Country Club]
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)