Up & Down
This is an article from the Dec. 12, 2005 issue
For the second year in a row Mickelson birdied the 72nd hole to win a major.
One of the few places on Earth where there is a boom in course construction, and in '06 it will become a serious player with its pro tour.
Short, tight, old-school courses
Merion was a monster for the U.S. Amateur, and Harbour Town and Westchester provided two of the Tour's sternest tests.
Nicklaus showed immeasurable class in emotional goodbyes at the Masters and the British Open and then rallied the troops at the Presidents Cup.
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It got into the ball game by signing the most coveted golfer in a generation, Michelle Wie.
Campbell's Sunday at the U.S. Open was one of the rounds of the year, and he maintained the intensity all season.
Goosen's aura of invincibility was shredded with a final-round 81 at the U.S. Open, the first of three Sunday meltdowns.
With Se Ri Pak and Grace Park in sharp decline and the influx of young American talent on the LPGA tour, Korea is no longer the nexus of women's golf.
Sure, it never hurts to be a bomber, but short-knocker Fred Funk won the Players Championship, and medium-length hitters Chris DiMarco and Jim Furyk were the heroes of the Presidents Cup.
After being outflanked at the Prez Cup, Player saw his captaincy criticized by Mark Hensby and his honor challenged in a nasty public spat with Nick Price.
The superagency created a firestorm with its pay-for-play memo, then lost a disgruntled Ernie Els.
Singh lost his putting stroke--again--and laid an egg at the Presidents Cup when he was supposed to be the team leader.