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June 20, 2005
June 20, 2005

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June 20, 2005

Golf
  • Chris DiMarco has a Wisconsin judge to thank for devising the unorthodox grip that helped him overcome the yips and jump-start his career

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  • Can Lance Armstrong win an unprecedented seventh title in his final Tour de France? Challengers are coming at him from all sides, but the ultimate road warrior is intent on slicing up the opposition

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•SHOCK AND RORY Rory Sabbatini refused to wait for playing partner Ben Crane. Let a guy wear camo pants, and before long he's marching over everyone.

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•ZINGER ZINGS Appalled, announcer Paul Azinger interrupted Ian Baker-Finch to scold Sabbatini for his lack of decorum.

•SENIOR SCARE Tom Kite, 55, almost won the Booz Allen. If he's not careful, he may force Jack Nicklaus to unretire. Again.

•U.S. WINS The Palmer Cup, or as it could be called, the NCAAs, since all the members of both teams play for U.S. colleges.

•AGE LIMIT Karrie Webb, who's only 30, hit 10 years on tour, thus qualifying for the LPGA Hall of Fame. No wonder teenagers rule.

•YOU'RE HIRED The country's two top amateurs, Ryan Moore and Spencer Levin, will turn pro at Westchester. So much for backpacking across Europe.

•YOU'RE FIRED One week after being canned as the head pro at Trump International, Lee Rinker qualified for the U.S. Open, saying, "Take that, Donald."

COLOR PHOTONICK WASS/AP (SABBATINI)Sabbatini and Crane