PGA.com has a few interesting stories. The summaries follow:
Phil Mickelson has decdied to skip the Mercedes Championships in Kapalua. He'll start his 2005 season closer to home, at the Buick Invitational near San Diego. Phil was not eligible to play in 2004 and skipped it in 2003.
Nick Price slipped to the 51st spot in the Official World Golf Rankings. He'd been in the top 50 for 17 consecutive years, dating back to 1987. Greg Norman held onto a top 50 spot for 15 years, and the longest active streak belongs to Davis Love III at 14 years. Love is currently ranked 7th.
Ian Baker-Finch may play some PGA Tour events to see how he's doing. My guess? Not so hot.
Nick Faldo says the PGA Tour doesn't need to have a policy against steroids. Why? "It's been clean forever, probably because we've proven there's nothing out there we can take to enhance our performance. So there's no point looking. Golf has a very good reputation and, fortunately, nothing in the wings is going to dent it."