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Sunday, Oct 11, 2009

Tiger and Team Capture Presidents Cup

Tiger and Team Capture Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods had a perfect week, and the Americans stayed unbeaten at home in the Presidents Cup.

Sunday, Oct 11, 2009

City's Homeless Feast on Food Fit for a Tiger

City's Homeless Feast on Food Fit for a Tiger

A mix-up over dates ended up sending 700 gourmet meals intended for the Presidents Cup to a San Francisco soup kitchen.

Sunday, Oct 11, 2009

Golf to Tee Off at 2016 Games

Golf to Tee Off at 2016 Games

Tiger Woods will get a chance at gold in Rio de Janeiro during the 2016 Olympics as golf has been added to the Summer Games.

Friday, Oct 9, 2009

Who's Crashing Obama's Tee Party?

Who's Crashing Obama's Tee Party?

Golf has its share of ugly outfits, but if Obama does show up, there will probably be some pretty in pink.

Friday, Oct 9, 2009

Tee Off for a Blue Angel Weekend

Tee Off for a Blue Angel Weekend

Blue Angels, President's Cup, 49ers and more highlight busy San Fran weekend.

Thursday, Oct 8, 2009

International Flair at Harding Park

International Flair at Harding Park

While the Presidents Cup course at Harding Park is distinctly San Francisco, there are pockets of international flair at every turn.

Wednesday, Oct 7, 2009

Presidents Cup Makes for Fun Celeb-Spotting

Presidents Cup Makes for Fun Celeb-Spotting

Was that Tiger Woods working out at LA Sports Club on Market Street? Or Bill Clinton hanging out with Michael Jordan?

Thursday, Oct 8, 2009

SF to Michael Jordan: Keep Your Stogies Off Our Links

SF to Michael Jordan: Keep Your Stogies Off Our Links

All he wants to do is come to the City by the Bay and play, but San Francisco's laws have officials telling an American icon to butt out.

Friday, Oct 9, 2009
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By Lori Preuitt

Meet the Presidents Cup American Team

San Francisco's Harding Park will be the center of the golf world this week.View gallery

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Tuesday, Oct 6, 2009
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By Lori Preuitt

Meet the Presidents Cup International Team

The Greg Norman dozen has lots of experience in the Presidents Cup.View gallery

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