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Edited by Kevin Cook
May 04, 1998
Priceless: The Tour hasn't gone this far into the season without a multiple winner since 1994, when Nick Price won his second tournament of the year at the Southwestern Bell Colonial.
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Priceless: The Tour hasn't gone this far into the season without a multiple winner since 1994, when Nick Price won his second tournament of the year at the Southwestern Bell Colonial.

Webbery: "When you're on a roll, even your bad golf is good," says Karrie Webb.

Turner Owns Atlanta: In the second round of the 1993 Atlanta Women's Championship, Sherri Turner finished with a deuce at the par-5 18th. Last Friday at the same tour stop, now called the Chick-fil-A, somebody finally made the second double eagle in tournament history. It was Turner again, on the same hole, sinking a 206-yard four-wood.

Foldo: Nick Faldo's best finish in the last six majors? A 48th at the '97 U.S. Open.

Low Ryder: Tom Lehman has fewer Ryder Cup points than Jack Nicklaus.

Good Hood: Want to be neighbors with Tiger Woods and Mark O'Meara? Toronto Raptors guard Dee Brown is selling his Isleworth house for $2.1 million.

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