A List

What golfers are talking about
July 31, 2005

•ABC YA
Early indications are that ABC/ESPN will not bid on future broadcast rights for PGA Tour events.

•MALE CALL?
Tim Finchem is interested in hiring former LPGA head Ty Votaw. Can These Guys Rock be far behind?

•TEEN QUEEN
With her Evian Masters W, Paula Creamer, 18, has done what her classmates, er, peers have not: win. Twice!

•JUNIOR TWAY
Bob Tway's son, Kevin, won the U.S. Junior on his 17th birthday. If he were a girl, we wouldn't be impressed.

•GOING SABBATINI
Never mind playing with the deliberate Ben Crane, speedy Tour vet Lanny Wadkins couldn't even watch him, finally barking on CBS, "Sometime today."

•STEPHENS DIES
Former Augusta National chairman Jack Stephens died last Saturday in Little Rock at age 81. During his tenure, 1991 to '98, Stephens limited practice-round tickets, banned CBS announcer Gary McCord and saw Tiger Woods set a scoring record.

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