Citations with the tag: KITE, Tom
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- Kite warms up when the weather gets cold.
Strege, John // Golf World; 3/17/2006, Vol. 59 Issue 30, p48
The article focuses on the performance of golfer Tom Kite under the cold climate in the Champions Tour and in the AT&T Classic in California. Kite played with a 29 on the back nine that gave him a tournament record-equaling score of eight-under 64 and a one-stroke lead over Andy Bean. Kite also...
Strege, John // Golf World; 5/12/2006, Vol. 59 Issue 38, p16
The article presents quotes from notable people in golf. Fifty six year-old Tom Kite comments on playing in the U.S. Open. Jan Prokopova describes the ultimate dream of his 11 year-old daughter Olivia who is the world's best female mini-golf player. Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour...
- Search for tomorrow.
Strege, John // Golf World; 3/8/2002, Vol. 55 Issue 32, p31
Presents information on the SBC Senior Classic in March 2002. Highlights of the golf tournament; Description of Tom Watson and Tom Kite's game performance during the tournament; Information on Kite.
- Tom Kite goes back to the PGA Tour to test the young guys (and himself).
Callahan, Tom // Golf Digest; May2005, Vol. 56 Issue 5, p82
Reports on the return of golfer, Tom Kite to the professional sport by competing in PGA Tour events in the U.S. Passion for the sport; Attempt to test the competitiveness of young professional golfers; Influence of age to the athletic performance of Kite.
Callahan, Tom // Golf World; 5/9/2008, Vol. 61 Issue 37, p15
The article presents quotes from golfers which include Phil Mickelson on why he switched from a 33.5-inch putter to a 35-inch model, Tom Kite on golfing event sponsorships, and Drew Weaver, the 2007 British Amateur champion, on his decision to defend his title rather than competing in the U.S. Open.
- Champions Tour/Boeing Classic: Kite Finally Returns To The Winner's Circle.
Strege, John // Golf World; 8/29/2008, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p46
The article reports on the victory of Tom Kite in the Boeing Classic at the TPC Snoqualmie, Washington held in August 2008. It notes that Kite scored the final round with 66 that gave him the 36-hole lead, including birdies on four of the final seven holes. Kite finished the game at 14-under...
- Holding Out Hope For Kite At FIC.
VanderVeen, Don // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 08/07/2000, Vol. 18 Issue 32, p26
Reports on the Foremost Insurance Championship to be held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on September 1-3, 2000. Possible participation of golfer Tom Kite and other Senior PGA Tour rookies; Defending champion; Kite's victories in the Senior PGA Tour.
- Ben and Tommy.
VanderVeen, Don // Golf Digest; Jul2000, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p216
Illustrates golfers, Tom Kite's efficient swing and Ben Crenshaw's fluid putting stroke.
- Loony tunes.
Van Sickle, Gary // Golf World; 2/9/96, Vol. 49 Issue 27, p39
Reports on the episode of the television program `The Simpsons' which guested golfer Tom Kite.
- Three for the money.
Arkush, Michael // Golf World; 01/28/2000, Vol. 53 Issue 26, p28
Talks about the impact of Tom Kite, Lanny Wadkins and Tom Watson in getting back the interest in the Senior Professional Golf Association Tour.
- Flying high.
Arkush, Michael // Golf World; 04/07/2000, Vol. 53 Issue 36, p14
Describes the performance of American golfers Tom Watson and Tom Kite at the 2000 Senior Professional Golfers' Association Tour and how their rivalry can help the tournament's television ratings.
- THE FRINGE...
Fields, Bill // Golf World; 5/3/2002, Vol. 55 Issue 40, p40
Highlights the performance of several senior golfers. Tom Weiskopf; Tom Kite; Dana Quigley.
- Tom and Homer.
Fields, Bill // Golf World; 2/16/96, Vol. 49 Issue 28, p8
Reports on golfer Tom Kite's appearance on the television show `The Simpsons.' Comments from Kite.
- Ole! Ole!
Reilly, Rick // Sports Illustrated; 10/06/97, Vol. 87 Issue 14, p32
Focuses on the 1997 Ryder Cup in Spain. How the European team led by captain Seve Ballesteros upset the United States team, led by Tom Kite; The performances of both teams; Ways the United States team can beat Seve's team in the future.
- Opposites attract.
Strange, Curtis // Golf Magazine; Apr98, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p44
Describes the attitude of Bruce Lietzke and Tom Kite about playing in golf tournaments in the United States. Description of Kite's devotion to the game; Tournaments won; Golf as a seasonal hobby for Lietzke; Reasons for playing golf.
- CUPP'S PRIDE.
Strange, Curtis // Fortune; 10/17/2005, Vol. 152 Issue 8, p102
Mentions Bob Cupp and Tom Kite who designed Liberty National golf course in New Jersey. Description of six holes, including Hole 17 where the Statute of Liberty appears to be walking along the rough; Comment from Cupp and from Kite about the waterfront course.
- TV REWIND.
Schneider, Stu // Golf World; 4/22/2005, Vol. 58 Issue 38, p7
Reports on the television broadcasting of professional golf in the U.S. Audience share in the CBS programming of the Masters tournament at the Augusta National Golf Course; Time element in the ESPN2 telecast of the LPGA Takefuji Classic; Failure of USA to mention the disqualification of Tom Kite...
- Twin tales of two captains.
Jenkins, Dan // Golf Digest; Oct97, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p116
Profiles golf team captains Seve Ballesteros and Tom Kite. Common characteristics; Game attitude; Career highlights.
- It's time that Tom Kite gets what he deserves: more credit.
Seitz, Nick // Golf Digest; Nov2004, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p72
Reports on the induction of golfer Tom Kite into the World Golf Hall of Fame in November 2004. Playing record of Kite in the Professional Golf Association Tour; Kite as the first professional to put a third wedge in his bag; Success in winning the 1992 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach; Attributes of...
- Trump International ready for P.R. Open.
COSTA, DENNIS // Caribbean Business; 7/18/2013, Vol. 41 Issue 27, p30
The article presents information on the preparation of the Trump International Golf Club in Rio Grande, Peurto Rico for hosting the 2014 Puerto Rico Open. Club manager John Wilson says that the preparation is limited to flattening some hillocks near Hole No. 18 of the Championship course to...
- THE FRINGE...
Shedloski, Dave // Golf World; 1/25/2002, Vol. 55 Issue 26, p60
Presents an update on several senior professional golfers as of January 25, 2002. Decision of Fuzzy Zoeller to compete in the Royal Caribbean Classic; Performance of Doug Tewell in the MasterCard Championship; Career earnings of Tom Kite.
- SENIOR TOUR STATS.
McCabe, Jim // Golf World; 8/2/2002, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p31
Presents the game statistics of senior golfers in the U.S. as of August 2002. Hale Irwin; Bob Gilder; Tom Kite.
- An emotional week for a hall-of-fame pair.
Clary, Gareth // Golf World; 5/7/2004, Vol. 57 Issue 41, p40
Reports on the different emotional state of golfers Tom Kite ad Tom Watson at the Bruno's Memorial Classic golf tournament. Election of Kite to the World Golf Hall of Fame; Grief of Watson from the death of friend and caddie Bruce Edwards; Athletic performance of the golfers.
- Front 9.
Russell, Geoff // Golf World; 8/13/2004, Vol. 58 Issue 8, p9
Reports developments related to professional golf as of August 2004. Victory of Tom Kite at 3M Championship; Decline in the ratings of "Battle at the Bridges"; Selection of Jack Nicklaus to oversee the renovation of the Scarlet Course at Ohio State University.
Johnson, E. Michael // Golf World; 8/13/2004, Vol. 58 Issue 8, p14
Reports developments related to golf equipment and supplies. Creativity in the design of golfers' footwear; Presence of future Titleist product introductions in the bags of Ernie Els and Davis Love III; Choice of sporting goods of Tom Kite.
- Stadler (T-9), three other seniors make cut.
Shedloski, Dave; McCabe, Jim // Golf World; 1/21/2005, Vol. 58 Issue 25, p34
The article reports that Tom Kite, who finished T-72 at the Sony Open, is committed to playing a healthy number of PGA Tour events this year, but three other Champions Tour players also made the cut at Waialae. Both Craig Stadler and Peter Jacobsen are exempt on the PGA Tour because of their...
- Cobra Baffler.
Shedloski, Dave; McCabe, Jim // Golf World; 3/4/2005, Vol. 58 Issue 31, p16
The article focuses on a golf club. Golfer Tom Kite is among the pros who use Cobras hybrid with a maraging- steel insert that allows for a thinner clubface than 17-4 stainless. A contoured sole helps the club ($150) prevent digging. Available in six lofts: 18, 20, 23, 26, 29 and 32 degrees. The...
- Can you teach an old pro some new tricks?
Fields, Bill // Golf World; 2/15/2008, Vol. 61 Issue 25, p60
The author reflects on the new schemes and techniques in golf for veteran golf professionals. He mentions the golf professionals including Jim Thorpe, Tom Kite, and Hale Erwin and he argues if these golf professionals are fit for modifications. He also mentions the determination of Bruce Lietzke...
- Pavin Led U.S. Team Wellï¿½Just Not To A Victory.
Fields, Bill // Golf World; 10/11/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 12, p64
The article provides information on the performance of Corey Pavin in the Ryder Cup of 2010 as a captain of U.S. golf team. It informs that Pavin is now in the company of other U.S. captains who came up short abroad since 1985 including Tom Kite, Curtis Strange, and Tom Lehman. It further...
Fields, Bill // Golf World; 3/17/2006, Vol. 59 Issue 30, p52
The article presents a list of golfers including data on the money and the total earnings they won in the Honda Classic and the AT&T Classic. The players in the list include Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Luke Donald, Geoff Ogilvy and Tom Kite. A world ranking and the points they have earned are also...
- A question of style.
Cook, Chuck // Golf Digest; Jun96, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p68
Compares the golfing strategies used by Payne Stewart, Tom Kite and Corey Pavin in the 1996 US Open Golf tournament. Description of Stewart's golf swing; Kite's neutral grip resulting in a medium-high finish; Pavin's comfortability in playing a fade due to his weak grip.
Kirshenbaum, Jerry // Sports Illustrated; 06/29/1984, Vol. 60 Issue 26, p17
The article discusses issues related to sports in the U.S. in June 1984. It says that U.S. President Ronald Reagan had trouble naming the country's athletic heroes like the former Boston Celtics greats like Dave Cowens and John Havlicek of the National Basketball Association (NBA). According to...
- A roundup of the week April 29-May 5.
BRANTLEY, DUNCAN // Sports Illustrated; 05/20/1985, Vol. 62 Issue 19, p115
This section offers news briefs on sports covering the week April 29 to May 5, 1985. In professional basketball, the Eastern Conference semifinal results revealed Philadelphia swept Milwaukee, while Detroit tied Boston. In boxing, Tony Tubbs won the World Boxing Association heavyweight title via...
- Pink Pad's dayï¿½almost.
McDermott, Barry // Sports Illustrated; 07/03/1972, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p46
The article compares the golf achievements and abilities of University of Texas golfers Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite who represented Texas in the 1972 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) golf championships in Cape Coral, Florida. Crenshaw won the NCAA title as a freshman in 1971 while...
- THE FRINGE...
Strege, John // Golf World; 3/8/2002, Vol. 55 Issue 32, p50
Presents an update on several senior golfers who are participating in the Senior Golf Tournament as of March 2002. Joe Inman; Tom Wargo; Ben Crenshaw; Tom Kite.
- DID YOU KNOW?
Fields, Bill; Finch, Peter; Herrington, Ryan; Huggan, John; McCleery, Peter; McDaniel, Pete; Sirak, Ron; Smith, Scott; Soltau, Mark; Caroline Stetler; Strege, John; Whitten, Ron // Golf Digest; Aug2004, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p94
Provides information related to golf. Choice of U.S. presidential candidate based on their handicap; Concept of physical fitness with the past photographs of golfers Tom Kite and Jack Nicklaus; Swing sequence of Muhammad Ali.
- SENIOR TOUR STATS.
Reinmuth, Gary; Rosaforte, Tim; Antonini, John // Golf World; 7/26/2002, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p61
Presents information on the earnings and scores of golf players in the 2002 SBC Senior Open. Hale Irwin; Doug Tewell; Tom Kite.
- Kite benefits from Fergus' meltdown.
Reinmuth, Gary; Rosaforte, Tim; Antonini, John // Golf World; 8/25/2006, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p81
This article reports on the Champions golf tournament during August of 2006. Tom Kite won the Boeing Greater Seattle Classic golf tournament after winning a playoff over golfer Keith Fergus. Kite and Fergus finished the tournament tied at a score of 201, fifteen shots under par, but Kite only...
- Front 9.
Russell, Geoff // Golf Digest; Jul2004, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p9
Comments on various issues related to golf in the U.S. Equal performance of Sergio Garcia, Padraig Harrington and Rory Sabbatini at Buick Classic; Reference of ShotLink web site prior to the planning of course strategy among tour caddies; Qualification of Tom Kite for U.S. Open.
- Time Capsule.
Russell, Geoff // Golf World; 10/19/2007, Vol. 61 Issue 15, p17
The author reports on various golf related events which occurred in September 1980. Golfer Tom Kite won the European Open golf tournament, beating golfers Lon Hinkle and Leonard Thompson by one stroke. Golfer Bill Rogers won the Suntory Open, beating golfer Graham Marsh by two strokes. Golfer...
- By the number.
Russell, Geoff // Golf World; 6/20/2008, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p83
The article presents statistics on the winners of the U.S. Open championship in the last 40 years after being outside the top 10 after two rounds, including scores of golfers, Larry Nelson, Tom Kite, and Corey Pavin.
- SENIOR TOUR STATS.
Wacker, Brian // Golf World; 3/22/2002, Vol. 55 Issue 34, p55
Presents several charts of the earnings of golfers for various tournaments in the U.S. as of March 2002. Hale Irwin; Tom Kite; Dana Quigley.
- PGA Tour.
Reinman, T.R. // Golf World; 1/26/96, Vol. 49 Issue 25, p82
Looks at how Ann Meyers-Drysdale and Mary Bell was the first women to play in the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Tom Kite's representation of the Chrysler Junior Golf Scholarship program; Announcement from commissioner Tim Finchem; Further information on other Professional Golf Association news.
- The wrong kind of birdies.
Reinman, T.R. // Golf World; 3/14/2008, Vol. 61 Issue 29, p13
The article offers information on several incidents involving golfers that resulted in cruelties on various kinds of birds. It states that golfer Harry Wagner, in December 2000, broke the neck of a black swan named Alex after feeling threatened by it. It mentions that golfer Tom Kite, while...
- Tough enough.
Reinman, T.R. // Golf Digest; Feb99, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p84
Presents an interview with Ben Crenshaw, the American Ryder Cup captain for 1999. Killer instinct; Views on benching players; Experiences in 1987 Ryder Cup; Relationship with former American captain Tom Kite; Lessons learned from Harvey Penick; Thyroid problem; Divorce with wife; Death of Penick.
- Waiting for the class of `99.
Hawkins, John // Golf World; 11/21/97, Vol. 51 Issue 21, p19
Discusses the career plans of United States senior golfers Tom Watson, Tom Kite and Lanny Wadkins when they turned 50 in 1999. Analysis on the schedule of Senior Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour until 1999; Views of Watson, Kite, and Wadkins on their career in golf in 1999.
- Old News.
Sirak, Ron; Rosafortte, Tim // Golf World; 01/14/2000, Vol. 53 Issue 24, p45
Announces that professional golfers Tom Kite and Lanny Wadkins will compete in the 2000 Senior Professional Golfers' Association Tour.
- After 30 events, Kite misses cut.
Verdi, Bob // Golf World; 5/24/2002, Vol. 55 Issue 43, p37
Reports on the performance of Tom Kite at the 2002 MasterCard Colonial golf tournament in Fort Worth, Texas. Career background of Kite; Rumors on the lowering of the age limit for the Senior Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) Tour; Effect of the expiration of Kite's PGA Tour exemption.
- The great debate over Ryder Cup rookies.
Verdi, Bob // Sports Illustrated; 08/04/97, Vol. 87 Issue 5, pG16
Focuses on the rookies who will playing in the 1997 Ryder Cup. Number of rookies expected in the Cup; How the two captains, Tom Kite and Seve Ballesteros, feel about rookies' participation in the Cup.
- Proving Ground.
Fields, Bill // Golf World; 4/27/2007, Vol. 60 Issue 35, p39
This article presents information about Jay Haas's victory in the Legends of Golf tournament played at the Savannah Harbor golf course in Savannah, Georgia. The tournament is one of the Champions Tour events for senior golfers and is the second 2007 event won by Haas. Haas came from behind with...