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Golf: The woman's Game
To finish off the golf talk for the week, Bill Littlefield looks back at the history of women and golf with Roger Vaughn, the author of "Golf: The Women's Game".
The Great Playoff Debate
Through the ages, sports fans have often wondered which June playoff series deserves their attention. Is it the NBA finals, or the Stanley Cup? Helene Elliott of the L.A. Times throws down the gauntlet for the NHL and Michael Holly of the Boston Globe picks up the cause of the NBA.
Casey Martin Rides Again
This week, the Supreme Court upheld Casey Martin's right to ride a golf cart in the PGA. "Only A Game" take a rather silly look at whether sports purists have anything to worry about.
The Woman's Open and The LPGA
As golf's greatest women meet in North Carolina for the U-S Women's Open, Bill Littlefield takes a look at the health of the LPGA.
Brenda Corrie Kuehn
As an amateur, Brenda Corrie Kuehn isn't used to getting a lot of attention at tournaments. But, this weekend, reporters are following her around the course. Why? Because, Kuehn is eight months pregnant. Bill Littlefield talks to Kuehn about her pregnancy and the attention it has received.
13-year-old Morgan Pressel is also getting a lot of attention at the Women's Open. But, she's not the first teen to make the tournament. In fact, a school in Florida is responsible for more than one young golf prodigy. Bobbie O'Brien visits the David Leadbetter golf academy in Brandenton, Florida.
Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Casey Martin and the Supreme Court, Shaq and Kobe's miraculous reconciliation, and Ty Cobb's teeth make the Hall.
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