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  1. Steven Bowditch ready to start anew on PGA Tour

    Jason Sobel

    During his first stint on the PGA Tour in 2006, Steven Bowditch suffered through depression that nearly killed him. After getting the help he needed, the Australian is ready to give the game another chance at its highest level in 2011, Jason Sobel writes.

    Story | Conversation | January 11, 2011
  2. Despite odds, Fujikawa stands tall

    Jason Sobel

    Zach Johnson's win over Kate Hudson's rumored new beau and the Sony Open field were impressive, but not nearly as shocking as Tadd Fujikawa's charmed weekend in Hawaii, writes's Jason Sobel.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | January 18, 2009
  3. Fearsome Foursome: The Bob Hope Classic

    Jason Sobel

    Jason Sobel sets up his Bob Hope Classic foursome, while giving some good-sense advice on how not to let "MDF" bring you down.

    Story | Conversation | January 14, 2008
  4. Els makes major changes in hopes of big season

    Jason Sobel

    Long thought to be an underachiever who plays too much golf around the globe, Ernie Els will invoke some big changes to his schedule for the 2008 season in hope of some major hardware.

    Story | Conversation | January 14, 2008
  5. Fearsome Foursome: The Sony Open

    Jason Sobel

    Jason Sobel sets up his Sony Open foursome, taking advantage of the players who already have adjusted to Hawaii.

    Story | Conversation | January 08, 2008
  6. Why strong starts are necessary

    Jason Sobel

    Reader Michael Farrington e-mailed me a few weeks ago to get my thoughts on PGA Tour rookie Michael Putnam. Having just seen him play a little bit at the Sony Open -- though really I watched him on the range more than on the course -- I already knew ...

    Blog | Conversation | January 31, 2007
  7. Goydos' victory a long time in the making

    Jason Sobel

    It took 256 PGA Tour events, but journeyman Paul Goydos finally earned his second career win at the Sony Open.

    Story | Conversation | January 14, 2007
  8. Fujikawa keeps chugging along at Sony Open

    Jason Sobel

    Tied for eighth through three rounds at the Sony Open, Tadd Fujikawa, 16, was The Little Engine That Could, writes Jason Sobel.

    Story | Conversation | January 13, 2007
  9. Fujikawa steals Wie's spotlight

    Jason Sobel

    HONOLULU -- Take that, Michelle Wie. A Hawaiian teen made the cut at the Sony Open on Friday, but it wasn't the much-ballyhooed Wie, playing for the fourth time in her hometown event. Nope, instead it was local boy Tadd Fujikawa, 16, who became the ...

    Blog | Conversation | January 12, 2007
  10. Wie gets unintentionally heckled

    Jason Sobel

    HONOLULU -- It was one of those moments you'll never hear about on TV, never read about in the paper. But since this is an Insider blog and my job is to bring you inside the world of golf, here's a story from today's Sony Open that should provide a l...

    Blog | Conversation | January 11, 2007
  11. Wie hardly downcast after poor result

    Jason Sobel

    A first-round 78 left Michelle Wie 15 shots off the Sony Open lead, but she found the silver lining, writes Jason Sobel.

    Story | Conversation | January 11, 2007
  12. Why the players love The Players

    Jason Sobel

    Unlike at Augusta National, most tour professionals believe anyone can win The Players Championship. That's why, reports the Weekly 18, they love this event.

    Story | Conversation | March 19, 2006
  13. Toms steals Sony spotlight ... finally

    Jason Sobel

    During a week when Michelle Wie and David Duval owned the headlines, often overlooked David Toms stole the spotlight.

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2006
  14. Campbell, Toms play nicely together

    Jason Sobel

    David Toms (tournament-record 61) and Chad Campbell (62) played well together in the third round of the Sony Open. Wonder if Tom Lehman was watching.

    Story | Conversation | January 14, 2006
  15. Wie displays innocence and defiance at Sony

    Jason Sobel

    After an opening-round 79, Michelle Wie rebounded to shoot 68 on Friday -- and said she has no plans to stop competing against the men.

    Story | Conversation | January 13, 2006
  16. Some ideas are a Wie bit off

    Jason Sobel

    HONOLULU -- In case you hadn't heard, Michelle Wie missed the cut today at the Sony Open. It happens to the best of us, our expectations and ideas outdoing our performance. Even sportswriters. (Pause for gasps of shock from the audience.) In ho...

    Blog | Conversation | January 13, 2006