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JOHN DALY: He's out of rehab, out a sponsor and out of
fashion. Here's hoping he's back in control.

COREY PAVIN: No whining, no finger-pointing, no excuses--the
little fella's game might be down but he remains a stand-up guy.

PLAYERS OF THE MONTH: Hale Irwin and Tiger Woods. Get used to it.

BERNHARD LANGER: He says he wants to be paid for playing in the
Ryder Cup. Greedy? No, he just wants his expenses covered,
something that's done for U.S. players but not the Euros.

TERRY-JO MYERS: She ended a nine-year LPGA victory drought
earlier this year in L.A., and on Sunday proved it wasn't a
fluke by winning the Sara Lee Classic in Nashville.

NO GOLF FOR FOX: The Tour took one look at the irreverent
interloper and said, Sorry, we already have the Big Three.

MEDAL WOODS: You, too, can own a Tiger Woods medallion, but
you'd better hurry and call the Franklin Mint now, before
Woods's lawyers do.

DENT TOPS TREVINO: Who says life on the Senior tour ends at 57?
Jim Dent, Sunday's winner at the Home Depot Invitational in
Charlotte, and Lee Trevino, whom Dent beat in a playoff, have
115 years between them.

NICK PRICE: "I'm not going to name names, but some players have
a tendency to build courses suited to their games." (Hint:
Rhymes with Picklaus.)