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On a Bad Roll: Annika Sorenstam on Laura Davies: "She never
practices, so when she misses a few putts, she starts thinking,
'What am I doing wrong?' When you don't practice much, what do
you go back to? It's sad."

Streaking: Scott Simpson, on the Olympic Club, site of this
year's U.S. Open: "I birdied three of the last five holes on the
final day when I won there in 1987, so I'm hoping I can pick up
right where I left off."

Bionic Woman: Betsy King won $6,201 at the Standard Register
Ping to become the first LPGA player to surpass $6 mil in career

Cruise Control: The R&A still hasn't decided if it will allow
Casey Martin to ride in the British Open.

Payback: Surely there's a spot for the captain of the winning
Ryder Cup team, Seve Ballesteros, in the Players Championship,
right? "I asked for an invitation, and Tim Finchem told me to
wait and see," Seve says. "There was no invite, though, and no

Home Cooking: Jumbo Ozaki has won 106 tournaments--105 of them
in Japan.

What about Us? Hughes Norton, Tiger Woods's manager, says
there's a good reason that his client will appear on Wheaties
boxes: "He's eaten cereal all his life."