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May 05, 1997
?TOM LEHMAN: He lasted seven days as No. 1 before Greg Norman reclaimed the crown with his second in Madrid.
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? TOM LEHMAN: He lasted seven days as No. 1 before Greg Norman reclaimed the crown with his second in Madrid.

? HALE IRWIN: On a roll with two straight wins, his 69.65 average is a half stroke less than that of the next best Senior, David Graham.

? SEVE BALLESTEROS: He finally admitted last week that he might pick himself for the Ryder Cup team.

? FUZZY ZOELLER: "I'm a jokester. I just didn't deliver the line well." No kidding.

?GOLF DIGEST'S TOP 100: The Ten Commandments change more frequently.

? DAVIS LOVE III: He breezed through two matches to win the U.S. title in the Andersen Championship while younger runner-up Phil Mickelson was dead on his feet.

?AROUND THE WORLD GOLF TRIP: 12 courses in 22 days, via the Concorde, all for just $49,000.

?TIGER'S TRAIL: He made tracks to his own Planet Hollywood.... Chose Canc´┐Żn over the Prez.... Hooked up with Michael Jordan and Oprah in Chicago.... Made the cover of FORTUNE and tabloid headlines in London.... Picked out a private jet.... Flew to Nike headquarters in Oregon to okay an all-red line of clothes.... Then hung out on the set with Kevin Costner. No wonder Fuzzy couldn't get ahold of him.

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