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Compiled by Gary B. Smith
April 27, 1998
Metal Woods: Hang on to those Franklin Mint medallions of Tiger Woods. They rose in value when a judge barred Franklin from using Woods's name or likeness.
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Metal Woods: Hang on to those Franklin Mint medallions of Tiger Woods. They rose in value when a judge barred Franklin from using Woods's name or likeness.

Metal Woods II: Callaway makes the pros' favorite fairway woods. Which firm comes in second? An outfit by the name of Orlimar, which makes the TriMetal.

Ratings: TV numbers for the Masters were down 33%. Still, the second round's 3.9 rating on USA made it the most watched tournament ever on cable.

Ratings II Hale Irwin recently called Gil Morgan the top senior. "That was then," said Irwin after winning last week.

Feeling Indigo: Doug Sanders on the three-footer he missed on the final hole at tile '70 British Open, which he lost to Jack Nicklaus: "There isn't a day when I don't think of that putt."

Ryder Cup Preview: Only three Europeans are ranked among the world's top 20.

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